Abagail C. Fitzgerald

Abagail C. Fitzgerald 78, passed away on Thursday, July 16, 2020. She was born in Schenectady, NY on February 1, 1942 to Edward and Catherine Leger.

Abagail was a CNA at Maplewood Manor in Ballston Spa for many years. After her retirement, she continued to work in the Gift Shop at Maplewood Manor with her best friend Pat Foster. She enjoyed cooking, gardening and watching the birds in her backyard. She loved her pets Ebony, Boots, Marbles, Ivory, and Ruffles.

She was predeceased by her husband Charles Fitzgerald, infant daughter Shannon, grandson Warren Fitzgerald, and siblings Edward, Frederick and Yvonne. Abagail is survived by her children LeRoy Fitzgerald (Marie), Robert Fitzgerald and Shawn Fitzgerald; grandchildren Hunter, Colin, Bobbi Bea, Adam, Amber and Charles; great granddaughters Amaya, Anna, and Isabella; siblings Leonard Leger (Lorraine), Linda Fierro and Celeste Leone (Tony); and several nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Tuesday, July 21 from 4pm to 6pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Social distancing and facemasks will be required as per CDC guidelines. A graveside service will be held 10am Wednesday, July 22 at Middle Grove Cemetery, Middle Grove.

Memorial contributions in memory of Abagail may be made to your local ASPCA.

Guest Book

Roxanne Howe

Abby it was a pleasure to know you you were the first person I ever worked with at Maplewood Manor your family and my family grew up together you sure will be missed you were a caring and loving person ❤ RIP

Crystal Palmateer

I worked with Abigail for years and she was the kindest person always happy I'm so sorry to hear about her passing God bless

Lori Barnes

RIP Abby, you will be missed

Karen Bridger

What a precious soul was Gail
Always helpful and friendly and funny
God’s got some great company in her
Peace and love and comfort to the family from NutNHunny

Jan Harris

Abby was such a caring, thoughtful person to everyone she encountered. Worked with her at Maplewood Manor for many years, RIP beautiful Lady