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Vivian J. Aberson


Mrs. Vivian J. Aberson, 79, of Folkston, GA and formerly of Fernandina Beach passed away Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Baptist Medical Center, South in Jacksonville.

She was born in Broxton, GA and was a daughter of the late Robert E. and Lula Ellis Moore.

She, along with her family moved from Broxton to Waycross, GA at an early age and she graduated from the public schools of Waycross. In 1960 she and her mother moved to Jacksonville. She met her husband, the late Charles G. Aberson, and they moved to Nassau County in 1964.

Among her many accomplishments, Mrs. Aberson was especially proud of obtaining her Master�s Degree in Psychology. She was also an ordained minister and served as a Christian counselor. She was, for many years, very active in Pro Life groups in Nassau County. She also loved fishing and gardening.

In addition to her husband and parents she was predeceased by all of her siblings, Robert Moore, Willard Moore, Colleen Gray and Jeanie Peeler.

She leaves behind her children, Rebecca McDaniel Sullivan and her husband, Dave of Folkston, GA, Thomas Charles Aberson and his wife, Natasha of Simpsonville, SC and Martha Ann Schaak and her husband, Cliff of Hilliard; her five grandsons, Elijah, Micah, Charlie, Grayson and Benji; a sister in law, Billie Moore of Jacksonville as well as several nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Aberson will be laid to rest in a graveside service Monday, June 29, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Bosque Bello Cemetery. Pastor Shannon Conner of the Macclenny Church of God will officiate.


DEBBIE June 26, 2020
So sorry to hear this. Thoughts and prayers for the family. She was the sweetest person and always had a smile on her face. One of my favorite customers in the pharmacy. She will be greatly missed.

GEMINI CONNER June 27, 2020
Rebecca, Dave, & family�.so sorry for your loss. Your mother�s distinguished accomplishments, admirable character, & cherished memory will always continue with you. You are in our continual prayers. Love you all.

Rebecca, Dave and family: I�m so sorry to hear about your mother, Vivian. She was my very best friend growing up in Jacksonville. I first met her in 6th grade (I knew her then as Janice). We walked home together daily after school. We became very close. I remember on Saturdays we would go to movies or shopping , even buying matching outfits! We contacted off and on through the years, though living in different places..I also had a daughter named Rebecca, who passed away July 20, 2019.. Vivian�s friendship was one that lasted a lifetime. She was greatly loved.

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