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Kimberley Ann Adams, December 27, 1955~September 29, 2017

Adams2Kimberley Ann Adams, 61, of Greenland passed away Friday, September 29, 2017 in Fayetteville.  She was born December 27, 1955 in Joplin, MO. to Chester Ray and Freda Hosp Ryan.

She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Tim and Mike Ryan.

Kimberley worked at the V.A. Hospital for 30 years as a Clinical Application Coordinator.  She loved gardening and making crafts.  She was looking forward to being a grandmother.

She is survived by her husband, Ronnie Adams of the home; a son, Ryan Adams of Fayetteville; a daughter, Jessica Adams of Fayetteville; a sister, Sheila How of Springdale; and a brother, Pat Ryan of Joplin, MO.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at Beard’s Chapel with Reverend Jim Huffman officiating.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Funeral Chapel.

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    Pamela Skinner » 30. Sep, 2017

    Kim Adams was the first friend I made at VA and I shall miss her! Yesterday as word spread I heard comments like “She always treated me the same as she treated anyone else, even though I’m only a 5″, “She always helped me”, “She was beautiful inside and out”.

    What a lady! What a friend! We will all miss you, Kim!

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    Kathy Youngblood-Johnson » 01. Oct, 2017

    Ronnie and Family,
    I’m very saddened by the passing of Kim, I remember her with such fond memories from our study hall at GHS.

    With Condolences,
    Kathy Youngblood-Johnson (’74)

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    Cheryl McNeil » 01. Oct, 2017

    I worked with Kim for many years at the VA and she was one of the most incredible people that I have met in my life. She was kind and always had a smile for you , no matter what was happening. Her laugh was pure joy. Kim made an indelible imprint on my life. Please accept my condolences for she truly was a blessing here on this earth.

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    Name » 01. Oct, 2017

    I worked with Kim for years at the VA. SHE WAS A GREAT PERSON, hard worker and very proud of her children. It was a pleasure to call her my friend. So sorry for your loss. She will truly be missed!

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    Debbie Ingraham » 01. Oct, 2017

    I’m so sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. I worked with her for many years at the VA.
    She was funny and easy to be around.

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    Rebecca Jackson » 01. Oct, 2017

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Kim was a great and loving person as was loved by all. I will miss her. She put a smile on everyone’s face she came in contact with. She will be missed by all.

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    Becky zi,Co » 02. Oct, 2017

    Ronnie and family.
    I’m so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Kim at the VA. For awhile we would walk from the VA to Dixon street solving the problems of the world. I remember when she bought her first computer at Montgomery wards. She was a very smart and sweet woman. I was always mad at her for planning to retire before me because she was younger.I will truely miss her. But good to know we will have an angel watching over us.
    Becky O’Connell

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    Bonnie Baker » 02. Oct, 2017

    Sorry that i cannot attend the celebration of life. I had the pleasure of working with Kim for many years at the VA. She was bright, always friendly, always helpful. I always knew where to ask for help with the medical record. She was a delightful person and will definitely be missed

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    Deborah "Sam" White » 02. Oct, 2017

    I was so sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. She and I became good friends during my time at the CAVHS, and partnering as presenters at VA conferences. She was loving and funny, smart and savvy. Since my retirement, I have missed our telephone chats. Prayers of comfort and peace are being lifted for her family and friends.

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    Linda Nordsell Jones » 04. Oct, 2017

    I am so sorry for the loss of Kim Adams, she was a bright and shining star in the VA community
    and her work affected so many lives in a positive way, she is gone from us but not forgotten.

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    Jan Lefler » 04. Oct, 2017

    To All Family and Friends of Kim;
    She was truly a joy to be around. Her helpfulness and willingness to “go the extra mile” was part of her charm. We worked together at the VA for many years and I’m sure all her co-workers and r friends feel the same way. May you have some comfort in knowing she is truly loved and will be missed by many.