Carla A. Abbott, 68

FULTON, NY – Carla A. Abbott, 68, of Fulton, passed away Tuesday May 17, 2016, at her home surrounded by her family.

Carla A. Abbott
Carla A. Abbott

Carla was born in Fulton, to the late Carl and Virginia (Cook) Taylor.

Mrs. Abbott was previously employed with NY-Telephone and later retired from Nestles Co., Fulton, after 20 years of service.

In retirement, Mrs. Abbott retrained as a dental assistant and also a home health aid.

Carla took a job at Bishop Commons, Oswego, where she enjoyed working until she decided to truly retire.

Mrs. Abbott was an avid reader, decorator and shopper.

She enjoyed completing crossword puzzles.

She was an active grandmother and enjoyed spending time with her family.

Mrs. Abbott is survived by her children: Stephen (Amy) Otis of Rochester, Stephanie Congdon and fiancée Patrick Dillingham of Fulton and Kearsten (Donald) Blake of Fulton; her sister: Nancy (Brian) McKiernan of Oswego; eight grandchildren:  Shelby, Stephen, Brittany, Andrew, Kylee, Evan, Maddison and Nathan, two great-grandchildren: Jade and a baby boy due in July; and several nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Abbott was predeceased by her brother: Michael Taylor.

Funeral services will be held Friday 9 a.m. at the Sugar Funeral Home, with Rev. Greg Kreinheder officiating.

Burial will be held in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton.

Calling hours will be held Thursday from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.

12 Comments

  1. Words can not express how much I will miss you, Carla. Sweet dreams little Carla….Love, Donna Do…. and why you started calling me that, I have no idea. Maybe it was Donna do this or Donna do that. Love you dear friend.

  2. Nancy, Brian and family,
    So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Don and Mary Cole

  3. I love you forever my Dear friend – you’re an angel now . Thank you for being you. RIP you’ll never be forgotten

  4. Worked with Carla at Nestlé’s! What a charming lady and a sweetheart! Always a smile! Prayers to her family on this lovely lady

  5. My Dear Sweet Carla – What do you say to a very best friend of 63 years? We have been through it all together – happy times and sad times but it was always “OK” cuz we had each other. We had such a special friendship that not many people are lucky enough to have. Thank you for being that special someone! I will always cherish you. What ever happened in my life good or bad I would always say “I’ve gotta call “Car”. We made it through everything because we had each other. Don’t know how I can go on without you – I will miss you soooo much Car – You will be in my heart FOREVER. I love you so! Con

  6. I love you Carla. You were my best friend during the best part of my life and also during the worst. It was you and only you that walked through my door when tragedy struck my life. I’ll never forget those things and the sweet soul that you were. I have cried a million tears for you but find solace that you are finally free from pain and that you’re with God as it was Him that sent you here to us as an angel who touched so many lives. I will love you always. -Theresa

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