Late officer’s family grateful

by Christian Mower on February 10, 2014

The family of a popular veteran New Hampshire Fish and Game officer who was killed in an off-duty motorcycle crash in Wolfeboro in the summer of 2013 is expressing its thanks for the support it has gotten.

Conservation Officer Sgt. Brian Abrams – who lived with his family in Conway – died in early August of injuries he sustained after he was ejected from the motorcycle he was riding as he was leaving a horse event one of his daughters was participating in. He was 49.

New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan was one of many dignitaries, conservation officers, other law enforcement officers, teachers and civilians who attended Brian’s funeral service in North Conway.

Mary Ann Abrams – the mother of Brian’s two daughters – says she is thankful for and appreciates the many cards, flowers and donations her family received after Brian died. She says it was a comfort to know Brian touched so many lives and she would like to thank everyone for their loving support and kindness throughout this difficult time for her family.

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