BUFFALO, N.Y. — Invacare Corp. lost a member of its
team Feb. 12 in the crash of Flight 3407.
Mary Abraham, a regional trainer for the Elyria, Ohio-based
manufcturer, was killed in the Continental Airlines crash, which
took the lives of all 49 aboard and one person on the ground. The
44-year-old Abraham, a respiratory therapist, had worked at
Invacare for 10 years as a product manager and trainer, most
recently in the Maine to New Jersey region. She is survived by
parents George K. and Damasa Abraham, siblings, nieces and
Among many interests, Abraham, a retired First Sergeant of the
U.S. Army Reserve, was active in greyhound rescue.
Invacare is coordinating the collection of condolence cards for
the family and donations in Abraham's name to a greyhound rescue
program through Carolyn Paris, c/o Invacare, One Invacare Way,
Elyria, Ohio 44036.