Saramma Abraham was born on November 3, 1943, in Kallissery, India, to Parayil Kurian and Mariamma Mammen (Parayil Cheruvallathu). She was the youngest of six children, one brother and five sisters.
Saramma started her Nursing Education at Krishna Rajendra Hospital School of Nursing in Mysore, India. After completing her nursing course, she worked as a staff nurse at Government TB Sanatorium in Ballari, Karnataka State.
Saramma married George Abraham (Arikinethu) from Chethackal, Ranni in India on April 4, 1968. After her marriage, she moved to new Delhi and worked as a staff nurse at All India Institute of Medical Hospital.
In September 1971, Saramma immigrated to the United States and worked as a Registered nurse in Cumberland Hospital in Brooklyn. In 1975, she moved to Staten Island, where she started working at Staten Island University Hospital as an Assistant Head Nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. In 1992, Saramma was awarded Employee of the Month for SIUH. She worked 35 years in the US as a Registered nurse and retired in December of 2005.
Saramma accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized at Indian Pentecostal Church in Kallissery. Upon moving to the United States, she worshipped with India Gospel Assembly and subsequently, became a faithful member of the New York Believers Assembly.
Saramma was known for being a strong woman of faith, having a great sense of humor and quick wit, a warm smile, as well as, having love and devotion to her husband and children. She was called home to be with her Lord and Savior on October 2, 2022, at the age of 78.
Saramma is survived by her loving husband of 54 years, George Abraham, daughters, Shifi Abraham-Mathew, with husband, Jigi Mathew, Sheri Abraham, and son, Dr. Shaun Abraham.
She will be deeply missed, and forever remembered