|Birth: ||Jan. 23, 1908|
|Death: ||May 28, 1998|
Max C. Abrams, 90, of 131 Sumner Ave., a 52-year city attorney, died Thursday at Baystate Medical Center.
He was an associate of the Cooley, Abrams & Cooley law firm from 1931 to 1983.
A lifelong resident, he was a 1928 graduate of Yale University, and a 1931 graduate of its Law School.
He was a past president of B'nai B'rith, and belonged to the Knights of Pythias and the Springfield Tennis Club. He was the club treasurer.
He wrote a weekly column for the Jewish Weekly News, and belonged to the Massachusetts, Hampden County, and Federal Bar Associations, and the Springfield Bridge Club.
He and his brother, Sam, also of Springfield, were ranked New England doubles tennis players.
Besides his brother, he leaves a nephew, Ralph Kaslick of New York City, and cousins.
The funeral was Friday afternoon at Harold R. Ascher & Son Memorial Chapel, and the burial was in City of Homes Cemetery .
The memorial observance will be on Tuesday evening at the 74 Park Drive home of Dr. Melvin Hunter.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Youth Leadership Circle, in care of Dr. Stephen Armstrong, 130 Maple St., Springfield, 01103, or the Children's Miracle Network, BMC, 759 Chestnut St., Springfield, 01107.
City of Homes Cemetery
Plot: V 60
Created by: Angie Robinson
Record added: Sep 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58380626