Mary Jane Adair

Tuscumbia, Alabama

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Mary Lynne,
I was out of town upon hearing of the death of your sweet mom. Know that I am praying for you daily. I know that you were very close to her, but the your time apart is only temporary and we will leave to spend eternity together. I love you and I am praying for you.

Kim Wallace

My thoughts and prayers are with the Adair family.

Hey Mary Lynne: I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know it's hard but just try and remember the good times, they always out weight the bad. Janet and Pat, my heart goes out to ya'll too and your families. I lost both of my parents four months apart in 2002 and I cannot tell you it's ok, I can say to pray a lot and things will be ok cause through God, we can get through anything. Love you all,
Tammy (McDonald) McCluskey

Pat, Jerry, Jonathan, and Bradley, I am very sorry for your loss at this time. Granny was a special lady and was near and dear to my heart as you all are. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

When I read about Mrs. Adair's homegoing to the Lord in Heaven I thought of a lot of childhood memories. I knew her and the three girls from FBC, Florence and children's choir leader. I recall her smile and quick wit. I remember her always caring about others. I recall many a youth gathering at her home in Sheffield. I remember the lives of three children and as I recall them growing up they followed the strength of their mother and became strong individuals. I unfortuntely don't know...

I love you Aunt Pat... I'm so very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you..

Dear Mrs.Frederick,I remember many years ago a young beautiful teacher sitting beside a scared student at a funeral home after the loss of her father.I never knew a teacher could care so much more for students outside a classroom as well as in.I've often thought of those days in your classroom and how very special you always tried to make your students realize their abilities.One thing was certain if we walked out of your classroom and didn't understand what you had just taught us we really...

Mrs.Adair was a fine teacher. she will be greatly missed.

Pat, we're so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this time.


Mary's Obituary

Mary Adair passed away in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Funeral Home Services for Mary are being provided by Morrison Funeral Home - Tuscumbia. The obituary was featured in Florence Times Daily on April 14, 2008.