Dorothea-Adams-Obituary

Dorothea L. Adams

Columbus, Ohio

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Adams Dorothea L. "Dodie" Adams, age 95, fondly known as Grandma, passed away December 29, 2013 at Mt. Carmel East. Born in Newark, and grew up in Frazeyburg, OH. She was an accomplished actress and dancer, performing and teaching over the years, including a performance with Red Skelton...

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Tonight I light a candle in loving memory of Dodie Adams, who left us one year ago today. Love you so much!

Dodie was so loving and accepting and encouraging of others! My heart is grateful for the precious times she and Snuff welcomed me into their home and for the ways she kept in contact with me through the years.

I will always remember her dancing at our wedding, a promise she made to Dan and kept at the age of 80 by coming out of a cake and doing a split as part of her dance for us.

She was so loved here and is now in the arms of our Heavenly Father.

What a great lady, so happy I was able to know her. (Alpha A.C,)

Celebrating the life of one who brought the gifts of laughter and friendship to any willing audience. We learned so much from Grandma Dodie; her love, friendship and laughter will be missed but never forgotten!

Dodie will be missed in the Gahanna Kitchen Band. She always gave us a laugh.
we would pass the music sheets and when we got to Dodie she would say I don't need one I will just sit on it. When we went out to entertain she always got the people laughing. Thank you Dodie

Grandma Dodie was such a blessing and I loved her so much! She would come visit, and she would bring joy and laughter with her. We loved sharing our Skittles. I will miss her so much, and I cannot wait to see her again in Heaven.

What an AMAZING woman of God! I loved Grandma Dodie so much! She will always be in my heart!

I'm glad you were in my life. Rest in peace. Say hi to Snuff for me.

Dodie was one of our best friends! We really loved her very much! She was the only one in our church who visited Andy in his time of need. He loved her and called her on a weekly basis to talk. She will be truly missed by all of our family.