(March 14, 1923-May 29, 2017)
Our Dearest Abbott passed away on May 29th
The Greenfield Recorder Gazette notice [May 30] reads:
"Abbott Cummings, South Deerfield, 94, of Hillside Road died Monday (5/29/2017) in Elaine Center in Hadley. Arrangements under direction with the Wrisley Funeral Home, South Deerfield."
There will be a memorial service for Abbott on Saturday, July 8,2017 at 2:00PM
The First Church of Deerfield
71 Old Main Street
The Comins Family's "Master Genealogist"
While searching online for more of those seemingly never-ending links to our ancestors, I came upon a warm and perceptive article about our dear Abbott.
Abbott L. Cummings was a very humble person... You'd hardly ever hear him say much about himself... He was much more interested in listening to the person, or persons, he was speaking with!
It is so good to know more about this charming man, and this piece gives us a look into Abbott's life that we don't hear about... It brings the reader into Abbott's personal life and confirms what a special person he was, in more areas than we knew about... In reading this piece, you will also learn more of the man who loved historical buildings and their lineage...
I asked the publisher [of this article] if we could have his permission to put it on the Family website... I wanted all of the Family to be able to enjoy this story! The publisher very kindly said yes, as long as it was presented in the same format as it is on their website! I then asked Abbott if he would mind if I put the article online and he gave me his consent...
The article is in PDF form and you may open and/or download the file here:
- just click the star!
This insightful piece was published by ANTIQUES And The Arts Online - "The nations leading source of information on antiques and the arts"
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Monday June 05, 2017