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He was educated at Beaver Bluff School and, except for a short stint in the army, spent most of his life on the family farm 2.5 miles southeast of Preeceville.
He spent the last a10 years living with his nephew, Raymond Abrahamson, in Preeceville.
Predeceased by his parents, Eric and Karen, four brothers, Clarence, Albert, Einar and Otto and two sisters, Hattie Iverson and Helen Scharfenberg, he is survived by his wife, Ruth; a son Robert (Bonnie); two brothers, Walter (Ann) of Creighton and Harold of Preeceville; a sister, Elsie Gray of Medicine Hat, and two grandchildren.
ABRAHAMSON Einer Abrahamson, 74 of Preeceville, passed away on June 1, 1982, at his home.
Alma married Camiel (Corn) Admiraal, a schoolteacher, on December 27, 1938 in Preeceville.
After completing his education he farmed in the summer and worked in winter at a sawmill north of Preeceville, until 1941 when he moved to Flin Flon, where he was employed by Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co.
He retired in 1974 and returned to Preeceville the following year.
Ruth married Edwin Abrahamson, a hometown boy who had just returned from his service with the Navy in WWII, and they began their life together in Flin Flon, MB. A funeral service will be held at Regina Funeral Home, Hwy #1 East, Regina, SK. Interment will take place the following day at the Preeceville Cemetery.
ADMIRAAL Alma Olene (nee Johnson) Admiraal was born on July 10, 1913, on a farm south of Preeceville.
ABRAHAMSON Otto was the son of Eric and Karin Abrahamson. He served as a barber in Preeceville after his discharge from the army.