My Aunt Viv was the sweatest person on earth, she was one of Gods chosen and enriched everyone she came in contact with. My family would visit every Thansgiving and my mom Betty (her sister) would stay up to all hours at night talking like they were kids again. She meant so much to so many and will be sadly missed. I love you Aunt Vivian.
Mrs. Adams was my brother-in-law, Stan's, mother. I feel richer for having known her. She was always smiling and cheerful, and it made you feel good to be around her. She was generous with her hospitality, and a good listener. Oftentimes, when you said something to her, she would reply, "Weeeeeell." I've found myself doing this quite a bit this last year, and it always makes me smile and think of her.
Giggles brightened every one of our days her at The Place At Merritt Island. Giggles will be missed trmendously! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. XOXO
I was fortunate to have spent a period of time living in Florida, where I was able visit my Grandmother, Vivian. Our routine was to get a soda and sit in her sun room where we had long conversations about whatever came to mind. More often than not we ended up laughing.
All my memories of 'Grammie Adams'are treasures. She was everything a Grandmother should be... and MORE!
Dee & Mike Waring offer condolences.
Vivian is a special person in our heart as she helped with our son's day care class at Faith Lutheran Church, Merritt Island. Our son, now 38 yrs old has fond memories of Vivian as a soft spoken lady that used to hold him on her lap. The harps are playing!