Patti Jean Adams

Fort Walton Beach, Florida



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Patti Jean (King) Adams, age 76, went to Heaven on Monday, June 15, 2009. She was born in San Angelo, Texas, on Oct. 1, 1932, to the late Raymond King and Geraldine Choate King. Patti later moved to Wichita, Kan. and retired in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. as a private duty Registered Nurse. She was a...

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I fell in love with Patti before I met her. When Patti chose to move to the Hawthorn House I could not wait to meet her. She was so spunky, full of life, laughter, and charisma. She had a heart of gold, and enjoyed helping others. I will never forget that sly smile, those white pumps, and pink hats she made for those not quite mature enough to wear the coveted red ones. Not a conversation passed when I didn't walk away thinking, "I want to be like her when I grow up!" She is a...

When I think of Patti, I smile. I did not know her that long, several years at best, but what I did know I loved and adored. She was as fun as a firecracker and she compliments my life and memories. I remember one time, while working on her computer remotely. She thought I was a computer virus, and I had to explain to her that I was not a pc virus. She made me laugh that day as she had on most occasions. Her stories of life, marriage, motherhood, and the crazy things her kids did are...

It is difficult to think of life without Patti Jean King Brooks Adams. Therefore, let's not think about it, but KNOW that all the wonderful qualities she expressed are still with us and always will be. Why? Because the good in a person is the only real truth about them. I remember her great laughter at little things. Her great zeal for life and all things beautiful. She was thoughtful, kind, and compassionate. When I visited her in both Kansas and Florida she was the perfect hostess,...


You are in my prayers....I am so sorry for your loss.

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Patti about 15 years ago. She was truly a fantastic woman. I feel as though I knew all of her family through her terrific stories. We spent much time together professionaly and personally. I will always remember her and am blessed to have called her a friend. My sincere condolances to her beloved family.
Judy Altilio, Valparaiso, Florida

Tracy, I am so sorry for your loss. I know that you loved your mom very much as she did you. May God bless and watch over you and your siblings and may your mother walk with the angels.

Tracy, sorry for your loss............john a

Tracy, I am sorry for the loss of your mom. Your dedication and love of her could never be questioned. She will be missed. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of both of your lives.

Tracy, I am so sorry for you loss.. I know how much you loved and adored your mother and will miss her greatly. She was truly blessed to have you as her son. May she rest in peace...