Longtime Trainer & Bills’ Wall of Fame Ed Abramoski Passed Away
We were recently informed that, unfortunately, the Bills’ head athletic trainer for most of the franchise’s history, Ed Abramoski passed away on June 24, 2022, at the age of 88.
May the legend sleep well. 🕊 Our team’s thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during the heartbreaking period.
Born on November 5, 1933, in Erie, Pennsylvania, Edward “Abe” Abramoski was an American athletic trainer, famous for working as the head Head Athletic Trainer for the Buffalo Bills in the American Football League and the NFL for about four decades.
He made such an influence on the Bills that when he retired from the team after years of serving there, he was named to the team’s Wall of Fame, a highly impressive honor for a trainer; also, the City of Buffalo was identified in 1999 with the inclusion of his name on the Wall of Fame at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
When ex-Bills guard Billy Shaw was placed into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he requested Abramoski to be his presenter, that was another unforgettable honor for a trainer.
The legend entered ti Purdue to play college football in the 1950s, though when a back injury finished his playing career, he decided to concentrate to keep other players healthy.
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Ed Abramoski Passed Away Due to An Illness
According to some unconfirmed sources, Ed Abramoski passed away due to a severe illness he was recently suffering from.
Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, but you can be sure that we are trying our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but, do not forget that family privacy should be respected.
Studying to become an athletic trainer, Ed Abramoski served at the University of Detroit, the Detroit Lions, and the US Military Academy. It happened a year before they played their first season in the American Football League and soon after the Bills hired him to be their head trainer.
Abramoski quit his career in 1996 and in 2002 he released a book, The Tale of the Tape: A History of the Buffalo Bills from the Inside, as an autography about his adventures with the team.
Abramoski was grown in Erie along with four sisters and tied the knot with his wife Patricia Abramoski in Louisville, Kentucky on June 18, 1960.
The couple shared five children together and multiple grandchildren. Beloved Ed turned to a member of the Buffalo Homing Pigeon Association in 1962 and had attended numerous national pigeon conventions.
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15 years ago, Abramoski was awarded the International Federation Person of the Year.
He donated his share of the proceeds from the book to the Shaken Baby Syndrome Program at Children’s Hospital of Buffalo in honor of an assumed grandson that suffered from the shaken baby syndrome.
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