Christopher Abram

Obituary of Christopher Todd Abram

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It is with profound sadness that the family of Christopher Todd Abram of Oneida Nation announce his sudden passing on Sunday, October 9th, 2022, in his 57th year. 

Chris will forever remain cherished as a loving father to his children Brian (Charlie) and Kristy (Damion), and a proud Papa to his granddaughter Maliya.  Chris will be remembered by his siblings Trudy, Mike (Kerri), and Marilyn.  Chris was predeceased by his beautiful mother Marlene and his father Emmerson as well as his brother Allan.  He is survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. 

Chris adored spending time with his children and granddaughter.  He was always on the go, whether he was working on cars with his son, or finding another adventure out of town to explore with his daughter.  He absolutely loved to go fishing, hunting, and more specifically he loved to out on the canoe enjoying the tranquility of being outdoors.  Chris was a truly admirable man with a wonderful sense of humour and no shortage of laughter, stories, and memories he held closely to his heart of times shared with friends and family. 

Family will receive friends at Chris’s residence, 462 Oneida Road, on Wednesday, October 12th after 12 noon, where the Celebration of Chris’s life will be held Thursday commencing at 11am.  Interment Oneida Zion Anglican Cemetery.  Elliott-Madill Funeral Home Entrusted with arrangements.  www.elliottmadill.com

A Memorial Tree was planted for Christopher
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Elliott-Madill Funeral Home Ltd.
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Christopher Abram

1966 - 2022

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