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Lettie T. Adams

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Dear Carolyn and Betty….I surely do know the sadness you and your extended families are going through at this time…your Mother was so special to our family, being a dear friend and neighbor and such a lovely person….we always remember such fun and happy times together on Cherry Lane…She and my mother were such dear friends and I think it is amazing that God chose to take them both to live with Him in the same year and exactly four months apart to the day….who would have ever dreamed that the...

I have so many fond memories of Mrs. Adams. She lived beside my grandparents, and many of my memories of visiting my grandparents are linked with times spent with Mrs. Adams, too. I always looked forward to seeing her. I can still see and hear her in her driveway greeting us or telling us goodbye. I also vividly remember her inviting us to come sit on her patio, walking between her yard and my grandparents' stopping to chat, and sitting out on my grandparents' patio chatting with us. She...

Lettie Adams was one of the most special people we knew. She lit up Cherry Lane with her beauty and her smile. She lives on in our household in many ways, especially with the recipe she gave us for cream cheese pound cake and her special instructions for canning tomatoes. She was a gracious lady and we loved her. May God's special peace and comfort be with each family member and friend. Hold to your many memories in the coming days.

So sorry to hear about your mom.


Lettie's Obituaries

Lettie T. Adams, 102, of Roanoke, formerly of Christiansburg, died Saturday, May 4, 2013.She was the widow of Harry G. Adams and is survived by her daughters, Carolyn Klop and husband, Gary, and Betty Spraker; grandchildren, Mark Chrisman and wife, Kelly, Gregory Chrisman, Benjamin Spraker, John...

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