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Lena Turner Adams
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Birth: Feb. 2, 1932
West Virginia, USA
Death: Nov. 25, 1995
Martinsville City
Virginia, USA

Daughter of the Alfonso "A. P." Turner and Mary Hodges
First married to William "Junior" Wray and second to Alton Carl Adams

THE ENTERPRISE
Stuart VA
Nov. 29, 1995

LENA W. ADAMS

Lena Wray Adams, 63, of Martinsville, died Saturday, November 25, 1995, at Memorial Hospital of Martinsville and Henry County.

She was born February 2, 1932, and was a native of West Virginia. She was a daughter of the late Alfonso "A. P." Turner and Mary Hodges Turner. She was preceded in death by her first husband, William "Junior" Wray, and a brother, Elwood Turner.

Sh was a member of Stanleytown Baptist Church, and was a retired nurse's aide at the Martinsville Convalescent Center.

Surviving are her husband, Alton Carl Adams of the home; two sons, Ronnie L. Wray of Fieldale and Lynwood Wray of Patrick Springs; one sister, Louise West of Bassett; one brother, Herbert L. Turner of Bassett; and four grandsons.

The funeral was held Monday at Stanleytown Baptist Church with the Rev. Edwin Moore officiating. Burial was in Roselawn Burial Park.

Pallbearers were Jeff Wray, Eric Wray, Ronnie Wray Jr., Glen Wray, Gene West, and Dee West.

Arrangements were by Tomlinson Funeral Home.
 
 
Burial:
Roselawn Burial Park
Martinsville
Martinsville City
Virginia, USA
Plot: 9-4
 
Created by: Sam Eanes
Record added: May 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90276397
Lena <i>Turner</i> Adams
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