Mrs Adams, you were a strong woman! Such an encouragement to me! I love you! You will be missed!
Debbie, Your sweet spirit will be greatly missed! You were such a blessing to everyone around you. I will never forget how you were such an example of God's love! Give Jesus a big hug for us. Love, Brenda Taylor
I will miss you always saying " hey son" whenever you saw me and always treating me like one of your kids! Love you and miss you!
Thanks Debbie for your faithful and loyal service to The Lord. You touched many lives as a teacher, Special days at Calvary Christian Academy!
When I was in her English class in the 8th grade, I loved listening to her stories. I remember she had a container of cards she kept from her previous students that had their names, hobbies, and prayer requests from years ago. She told us that she still pulled a card every day and prayed for them. I also filled one out for her and I really believe she prayed for me.
Another story that I haven't yet forgotten was her "rotten chicken" story. I can't remember the exact story but I remember that whenever we used incorrect grammar like double negatives or southern slang she would call us out and say "Rotten chicken." That still comes to my mind from time to time whenever I hear someone use grammar incorrectly.