Susan-Adkins-Obituary

Susan Adkins

Modesto, California

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Susan Elizabeth Adkins May 31, 1959 - October 9, 2016 Sue was born and lived her entire life in Modesto. She was the daughter of Stan & Fran Adkins. She grew up in a loving home with her brother, Steve. She attended Hart Ransom Elementary and Modesto High School. Sue taught 9 years at...

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When people ask me who was your favorite teacher growing up, I always said Ms. Adkins. She always encouraged me to do my best! I remember her having a drawer in her desk full of cinnamon candies and would hand them out as a reward. And till this day whenever I see that candy I always remember her. RIP Ms. Adkins you were the best teacher I every had!!

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Sue was one of my best friends in grammar school...we had so many good times together.
I'm so sorry to hear of her passing.
I remember riding horses through orchards, staying the night at each others houses, her playing the guitar, camping with her family and laughing and sharing secrets.
I loved her family too.....many, many good times and wonderful memories..so happy she was a part of my growing up years.
My deepest condolences to Fran and Susan's loved ones.
Rest...

Susan was my son's 2nd grade teacher and I was fortunate enough to get to know her pretty well, as I helped in her classroom the entire year. She was a great teacher that genuinely cared about the kids and building their self-esteem. She enjoyed playing the the guitar and I remember taking her class around the school to Christmas carol! She will be missed by both my son and I, and I will never forget the impact she made on my son at such a young age. She will be missed by the both of us, but...

I was blessed to be part of Susie life she was about 11 when I met her I can still see her long hair and her bib overalls either riding her horse star or having a guitar in her hands. She had a beautiful heart and a wonderful smile I know she was loved dearly and will be missed so very much I always felt she was a little sister I never had my thoughts and prayers to all of us that loved her and that will miss her dearly

I was blessed to be part of Susie life she was about 11 when I met her I can still see her long hair and her bib overalls either riding her horse star or having a guitar in her hands. She had a beautiful heart and a wonderful smile I know she was loved dearly and will be missed so very much I always felt she was a little sister I never had my thoughts and prayers to all of us that loved her and that will miss her dearly

SUSAN, THANK YOU FOR ALL THE LAUGHS AT MODESTO HIGH SCHOOL !!, YOU WERE SUCH A FUN GAL TO KNOW...HAVE A GREAT TIME IN HEAVEN..
ALWAYS, DEE ANN HENRY KINCH STEIN*

Sue was a lovely soul and brave woman. Gone way too soon.

I knew Sue as my grandaughter's 1st and 2nd grade teacher. I also worked part time as a classroom aide. She was a wonderful teacher and person. She wil be missed by everyone who came in contact with her. My condolences to her family are heartfelt.