Mrs. Agnes E. Abraham, 92 of Minden City, passed away Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at the Deckerville Community Hospital. Agnes was born on September 28, 1919 in Minden City to the late Peter and Susan (Sofka) Lemanski. She married August Abraham on June 15, 1946 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Parisville. Agnes attended the Minden City School and received her religious education from St. Mary’s in Parisville. She worked in the creamery in Ruth as a bookkeeper and a butter maker. She was a lifelong parishioner at St. Mary Catholic Church and was a member of the St. Mary Rosary Sodality. She farmed, milked cows and drove cattle trucks. She and August ran two milk routes. Agnes was a carpenter and enjoyed building fences. She also enjoyed planting flowers, puzzles, gardening, canning. Agnes truly enjoyed entertaining, especially having “lunches” and making delectable food for all attending. Agnes is survived by her husband of 65 years, August; two daughters, Mary Anna Thompson of Deckerville and Theresa Kirsch of Ruth; two grandsons, Adam Thompson and his wife, Brandy of Potterville, Jason Thompson of Mancelona; two granddaughters, Jessica Kirsch and Rebecca Kirsch, both of Ruth; two great granddaughter, Phoebe and Olivia; three sisters-in-law, Stella Booms, Matilda Depcinski and Rita Shaw; many nieces and nephews. Agnes was preceded in death by her brothers and sisters, Stanley Lemanski and his wife Theresa, Adolph Lemanski and his wife, Helen, Lucy Oparka and her husband, Floyd, Clara Block and her husband William, Leo Lemanski, one son-in-law, Kevin Thompson. Mass of Christian burial will be 11 am Monday, March 5, 2012 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Parisville. Rev. Peter Nwokoye, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation will be at the Smigielski Funeral Home on Cass Ave. in Minden City on Sunday from 2:00-9:00 pm and on Monday from 10:00-11:00 am at St. Mary Church only. There will be a rosary on Sunday at 4:00 pm by the St. Mary Rosary Sodality and a parish vigil service at 7:00 pm. Both services will be at the funeral home. Memorials are requested to St. Mary Catholic Church or Deckerville Community Hospital.