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In Memoriam: Chrysler Fleet Sales Specialist Abratowski

April 06, 2017, by Paul Clinton - Also by this author

Abratowski
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Ed Abratowski, a fleet account specialist who worked for Chrysler for more than four decades, passed away at his Sterling Heights, Mich. home on March 18. He was 80.

Abratowski retired from Chrysler on June 30, 2000, from the role of fleet account specialist in sales, marketing, and minivan operations. His Chrysler tenure had lasted for more than 44 years.

Abratowski is survived by his wife Christine, son Edward, daughter Laura (Thomas) Calcutta, grandson Benjamin Calcutta, brother Robert (Ann), and sisters Barbara (Robert) Shaner and Geri Till. He had a passion for golf, according to the Macomb Daily.

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  1. 1. Lew Anderson [ April 07, 2017 @ 10:30AM ]

    Eddie was member of 8 person group that traveled for 12 straight years to upper lower Michigan for fellowship, golf and toddies. It would hard to find a more friendly and respectful person. I also worked with Eddie in leasing Chrysler vehicles in a company fleet I was responsible. A few years ago I had the pleasure of playing golf with him, his brother and a friend at Northville Golf Club. A wonderful time was had by all..My respectful wishes and condolences to the family and friends of this great man. He will remain in my memory forever. Lew Anderson

 

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