Jacque Abrams

Jacque Rose Abrams

April 22nd, 1924 - February 22nd, 2021
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Jacque Rose Abrams, 96, of Farmville, VA, passed away on Monday, February 22, 2021.

Jacque was born on April 22, 1924 in Memphis, Hall County, TX to Charles H. Basham and Willie A. Fennell, both of East Texas. She was the oldest of five surviving children and was raised on a ranch in the Texas panhandle. Though she spent much of her adult life in Virginia Jacque was always a proud Texan. In her later teenage years she went to live with her Aunt Sally Constantine in Dallas, TX to finish school and then attend business college. It was there, in 1943, that she married Charles Lannie Line, with whom she would later live in El Paso, TX until his death. Following this loss Jacque returned to live with her Aunt Sally in Dallas and worked for Braniff Airlines at Love Field. She was blessed to eventually find love again, and married Major Bernard B. Abrams, known as “B.B.,” in 1950 at Camp Mabry in Austin, TX where he was stationed with the Texas National Guard. Jacque led the life of an “Army Officer’s Wife,” moving to Washington, D.C. in 1951 and moving frequently thereafter. She and B.B. retired to Burkes Old Tavern, VA in 1970, and she later relocated to Farmville, VA in 1995.

Remaining to cherish the many fond memories of Jacque is her beloved family: sister, Patricia A. Yates of Harbor City, CA; sons, Charles K. Line (Donna Line) of Huddleston, VA and Bradson R. Abrams (Robbi Farrow) of Jackson, WY; grandchildren, Amity E. Hill (Bryan Hill), Dr. Charles G. Line (Emilie Connolly), Sean M. Abrams (Cherri Abrams), Preston T. Line, Harrison L. Line, Katherine D. Line, Emalynn D. Farrow-German, Marsha J. Cox (1st Lt. Nickolaus Cox), and Alexander B. Line; great-grandchildren, Caitlyn Hill, Smith Abrams, and Walter Abrams.

Jacque will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery to be joined with her late husband, Col. B.B. Abrams. The Episcopal graveside service will be held at a date to be determined by Arlington National Cemetery. May God grant Jacque eternal and loving Peace.
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