Don and family, sorry to hear that your mother passed. I remember her as a strong and intelligent woman and I was a little intimidated as a kid by the fact she was a judge. But she was always nice. God bless you and your family
I had long ago lost track of your family, but growing up in Idaho Falls, I always thought your mother was exceptional. She was smart and independent and stylish and a great role model for what a woman could be. Knowing her certainly mattered in my life. I'm glad she is "reunited" with your father.
Doug, I haven't seen you since high school, but I saw your mother's obituary in the paper, today, and just wanted to extend my condolences. I pray that in the coming days and weeks that you will be blessed with peace and comfort. Best wishes.
Mary Adams was Judge Adams to us; she is the one who processed the adoptions of two of our children and we are eternally grateful. We also knew her and Maurice through Trinity United Methodist Church in Idaho Falls and do truly cherish our memories of her and the family....who were quite young then. Marilyn and Don Taylor
Doug we are so sorry for your loss. Pleas know that you are all in our thoughts as you go through this difficult period. Doug we know your mother must have been so proud of the wonderful husband, father and man you are. I am sure she was comforted by all the love with which her family surrounded her.
Karen and Jim Farrell
Dear Maurice, Don and Doug, I'm sad to her about your mom but pray that you all will find great comfort and peace knowing that she lived a full and complete life. I hope that your memories of her will always bring joy to your hearts. I pray that you and your families are all well and that as you gather on Monday the Lord will bless your time. God bless you all! Rick
I have so many childhood memories of Aunt Mary. Her Arkansas accent, her radiant smile, her kind remarks, and the great family gatherings where she would bustle around with Aunt Letha and my mom in the kitchen getting things done. Maurice, Donald, and Doug - My sympathies are with you and your families. God bless you with wonderful memories always.
I sure will miss Mary coming into the dental office. Over the past few years, as her hair began to thin, she would arrive for her appointments with the cutest hat on. I always told her how much I liked each one & could she leave them to me in her will. Her reply was always, "Oh, Angie, I'll out live you!" She was one of my favorites! Always spunky & asking about my little girl too. She was a great lady! Our office just won't be the same without our Mary. Thanks for letting her stay in Ft. Smith so long. Praying for your family.