Mary Frances Adams

mary adams

December 15, 1921 ~ March 12, 2012

Born in: Elberton, Georgia
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Frances Adams, age 90, of Stone Mountain, GA passed away Monday, March 12, 2012. She was preceded in death by her husband, Omer Adams; sons, Sammy Adams, Byron Adams, and daughter, Karen Mica. She is survived by daughter, Mary Beam of Griffin, GA; son, Dennis Adams and wife Vickie of Snellville, GA; 15 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren; sisters, Sue Bowers and husband Tommy Conyers, GA, Peggy Gaines of Arlington, VA, Cathy Cook of Decatur, GA, and Betty Brawner, Anderson, SC. Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel. Interment will follow at Melwood Cemetery, Stone Mountain, GA. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 2:00 until 7:00 P.M. at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 770 469-9811. Express condolences at

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  1. Aunt Frances was a very sweet lady that we will greatly miss. We always enjoyed spending time with her.

  2. My sister, my 2nd mother, my friend, thank you for the summers I spent with you, and showing me a different world. You helped me become the person I am today. Peggy

  3. Mary-
    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Please accept my most heart felt sympathies for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  4. I will never forget the summer visits and going to Stone Mountain. David remembers visiting Aunt Frances at her house and playing with her cat :

  5. Mary, I am so sorry for your loss, I pray that our Wonderful Savior will hold you to his breast and comfort you in your time of sorrow.

    If there is anything I can do please, please call on me. Rosie

  6. Vickie, all of your friends here at Swett & Crawford are thinking about you all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  7. My deepest sympathy to Mary and Dennis. Your Mother was a very sweet and caring person. I often call upon my memories of the old Shady Grove, where everyone knew and cared about each other. Even though those days are gone, it is very good to have rememberances of them. With warmest regards to you. Willis Street

  8. I have such wonderful childhood memories of the great jelly biscuits that were always there when we came to visit.
    I Love You , Connie

  9. She was our older sister. We called her “Sis”. She had a heart so big for everyone. I’ll never forget her opening her home to me & my husband when we first married. She will always be my wonderful sister. We will forever miss you .
    Love always Sister Sue

  10. Sweet,sweet Aunt Frances. You were such a blessing in our lives. We are so grateful for the love & kindness you gave us.
    Much love , Glenn & Theresa

  11. Our thoughts and prays are with all the family at this time of loss. Ms. Adams was a sweet person. She always welcomed us with open arms. We have wonderful memories of the great egg hunt at Easter. That was always a great time and great food. I want to thank Ms. Adams and all the Adams’ families for including us as part of their family. All the stars above just got alittle brighter with the light that shines from her heart.

    Love, Cindy, Mike, Jeremy, Zack and Cameron

  12. My sympathies to the family of a woman I knew as “Granny”. I was blessed to have met her and see the love she bestowed upon her family. May her spirit always be remembered in all the lives she touched.

  13. Aunt Frances was such a sweet lady. Always opened her arms out to everyone she met. She was my Daddy’s oldest sister. She will be VERY much missed. Always so glad to see her smiling face at the renuions. We love you Aunt Frances, thank you for all the memories you left behind for us to remember you with. We love you!!!
    Love, Shannon,Steven,Amanda,Dillion

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