Richard R. Abram, age 65, of Shaler Township. Monday October 18th was a dark day for the bartenders in Shaler as Party Legend, Rich Abram passed away. Rich didn't party like a rockstar, rockstars partied like Rich. Always quick with a drink, a smoke and a joke, or anything in between. It was impossible to hear a Rich story not followed by laughter, like the time he took his three-month-old son to Primanti's at 3 in the morning only to get "busted" by the photographer of the local newspaper. While his party habits may have put Motley Crue to shame, thats not what defined him, it was his heart. He always wanted the best for everyone and consistently put the needs of others above himself. He shall be missed by all that knew him. Gerry and Bob passed the party genes on to Rich, however, not to his brother, Bruce, lucky for Nancy, his wife. His son, Darryl, has no chance of repeating the partying feats of his father, considering he apologizes way too much when the cops are called. Andrea, Darryl's wife, would never let him get away with it anyway. His son, Carson, however, may be looking to follow in that big hearted guys footsteps. Nephews, Steve, Mike and Kevin will miss him, but not the hangovers he could inflict. Great-nephew, Drew, was his best buddy during his time in Delaware. There will be no viewing as that money would be better spent at a bar, and we don't want Rich to haunt us.
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