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Annie Lou (Sue) Adams 1921 - 2012

Annie Lou (Sue) Adams

January 12, 2012
Hey I just wanted to say to Ms. Sue's family that I am praying for your family...Had the pleasure of meeting this Grand, Well put together Lady...and she managed to touch my heart....Even though our friendship was short lived....I believe Ms. Sue would say she never met a stranger...and How she lived her life reflects that... I too, will miss her but I'm also glad to have met such a fine woman... To the Family...it is a blessing for you to have had Her in your life...Take comfort in knowing that she touched so many lives and will not be forgotten... Reflections of A GOOD Woman... Thank You Ms. Sue for touching so many Lives
In Loving Memory
January 12, 2012
I wonderful lady! She will be missed!
January 12, 2012
I loved my Aunt Sue so much!
I've always thought she was just perfect! She was a Beautiful,Smart,Sweet,Loving,Fun,Strong woman.She could do no wrong in my eyes! I will always remember going to spend the night with her and Uncle A. It was so much fun,she let us do whatever we wanted. I remember playing with the intercoms and laundry shoots at her house, I thought that was so cool.I always liked to go in the basement and look at the big map they had on the wall,they marked each place they visited with a pin.I always loved going to her beauty shop too. I have so many fond memories that I will always cherish and be so thankful for. I'll never forget you Aunt Sue you were one of a kind.
January 11, 2012
Aunt Sue was a true gem. You could always count on her for words of encouragement and a wonderful smile. She hugged you hello and good-bye with several firm pats on the back. You know she loved you if you got a good pat! I've always admired her strong will and determination. She never let anything stop her from doing what she wanted. We will miss you Aunt Sue.
January 11, 2012
Aunt Sue was like magic. She and Uncle A lived in Nashville and we lived in Clarksville. When I was a young child, my mom, dad, and me would go to Nashville and see them. We would visit her huge beauty shop and then go on to their house and spend the night. Their house was beautiful! We would go shopping the next day and have a great time. Later on, when she was in her condo, I worked in the area and would go and have lunch with her and we would talk and laugh about everything. She would visit us in Clarksville and stay at my aunts (Nell and Margie) houses for a few days. We would visit the family in Clarksville, shop and eat out. She always had a smile on her face and said she was fine no matter how she felt. She was always very determined to overcome anything she had to. I will always have great memories of our times together and hope I am as strong as she was. I loved her with all my heart.

Cindy Crick Butts
Ashland City, TN
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