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Candy Lynn Abram

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Candy Lynn Abram, 49, of Camp Hill passed away on Thursday, October 19th, 2023. Born on October 9th, 1974 in Dunkirk NY, she was the daughter to Darlene Covert and the late Richard Covert Jr.
She was the beloved Sales Manager at Faulkner Cadillac in Mechanicsburg. Candy made a positive impact on everybody she met and brought joy to so many people. Her hobbies included restoring her farmhouse, antique shopping, and spending time with friends and family. She enjoyed taking walks along the river and taking photos of life’s moments and things she found beautiful.
She lived her life with compassion and selflessness, always making sure the people around her were happy and taken care of. She never thought twice about sharing or lending a helping hand whenever the opportunity arose.
Candy is survived by her daughters Katelyn Fox and Kimberly Fox, her grandson Aiden Domonkos; her siblings Brandy Lindstrom (Ed), Scott Covert, and Richard Covert (Sharon); Dennis Abram, Jason Abram (Jamie), Nicole Hixson, Daniel Hixson; several nieces and nephews, and an abundance of friends she made along her life’s journey.
Her memory will be carried on in the hearts and minds of everybody she touched with her spark for life and positivity.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Abram family.

5 comments on “Candy Lynn Abram”

  1. Candy, I can’t believe you’re gone. You’ve been the sweetest person that I’ve ever known, You and DJ both. Life has its ups and downs but you still remained kind. You will be with the angels smiling down knowing that the pain you had is no longer with you. While you’re at it, say hello to Juan for me. 💔🥲

  2. Candy, there are just no words my girl….. you will surely be missed.
    ❤️ You
    “ Uncle Ron “ and Ang

  3. Many prayers to the family !
    Candy was amazing she helped me through so much , when my dad passed when my granddaughter passed , she had a heart of gold and always checked in with me ! She was a true friend and actually cared , there are no words to say , I know she’s greeted in heaven with open arms from Malaya and they are giving each other sass 😂
    She will definitely be missed by many , she touched so many people , I remember the first time we met and we connected right away she became one of my family members, it’s like a bad dream , she was determined and she was strong she was beautiful and had a beautiful soul ! Thank you Candy for all the laughs and all those hugs and all the check in from you , you will always hold a special place in my heart , I will always consider you as an amazing friend and a True one at that !!!! Many prayers to her family and friends ! There are no words , but I’m sending hugs and many prayers 😞

  4. I remember being so excited to show my wedding dress to Candy first because she was such an important person to me, i told her everything happening as she was the one person who was always excited to listen. I remember her always singing and dancing around work and always smiling. She was the most beautiful, wholesome woman I knew, and I wish I could of told her just one last thing time

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