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Edith Hansen Adams, July 29, 1927~August 23, 2015

Edith Hansen Adams, 88, of Winslow, passed into God’s eternal kingdom on August 23, 2015 in Fayetteville.  She was born in Elizabeth, N.J. on July 29, 1927 to Edith and Aage Hansen.  She was predeceased by her brother, Hans Hansen and, in 2005, by her husband of 57 years, Alexander.

Edith is survived by her sisters, Elsie Vernon and Margaret Lund; her sons, Warren and wife, Nancy, James and wife, Betty, Robert of Winslow, Carl and wife, Kathy of Roland, OK. and John and wife, Kim of Temple, TX.; her daughters, Kristine and husband, Bruce Paterson of Garwood, N.J., Elizabeth and husband, Robert Torbitt of Mountainburg, Ellen and husband, Tony Townsend of Pea Ridge and Kathryn and husband, Kevin Nease of Winslow; and by her many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Interment will be with her husband at the Fayetteville National Cemetery.

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    Elaine Adams Cidlowski » 27. Aug, 2015

    I was very sorry to hear about Aunt Edie. I only remember meeting her twice in my life as we lived early years overseas. I don’t know my many cousins but would like to extend my deepest sympathy to them. On behalf of my dad William Adams who is currently in the VA Hospital, he also expresses his condolences.

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    Salina and Chris Dornan » 27. Aug, 2015

    “A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds.” You will be forever remembered and missed grandma!

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    Gail Youngblood » 31. Aug, 2015

    Dear Family,

    We were so sorry to hear that Ede passed away last week. She was a very special and loving person and I was fortunate to be one of the older Adams cousins who knew her and Alex during their younger years when they were just beginning their family. Our Adams get-togethers are some of my favorite memories and they were always there to share in the fun. I know she will be greatly missed.

    Sending our deepest sympathy and prayers for comfort to each of you.

    Love, Gail and David Youngblood