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Roberta Cecile "Bobbi" Adams
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Birth: Mar. 22, 1935
Death: Dec. 24, 2005

Roberta Cecile "Bobbi" Adams, 70, born March 22, 1935 and peacefully passed away Saturday, December 24, 2005 at Chesapeake General Hospital. Ms. Adams was born in Neenah, WI and was a retired Registered Nurse and a professional artist. She graduated from Wayland Academy in Appleton, WI. At the age of 50, she went to Mattatuck Community College where she graduated with honors and became a Registered Nurse.
She worked at Fairfield Hills Hospital in Newtown, CT, New Milford Hospital and New Milford Nursing Home in New Milford, CT and Britthaven of Outer Banks in Nags Head. Ms. Adams was the daughter of the late Robert and Cecilia Capaul Rogers.

Upon her retirement, she was more able to devote her full time and energy to her true love, ART. She was a talented artist in many areas-sculpture, painting, watercolors, collage, and wire-wrapped shells. She won the Frank Stick Art Award and had an art show opening at Ghost Fleet Gallery on the Outer Banks. She was a member of the Dare Arts Council and The Outer Banks Pain Support Group. She loved the Outer Banks, animals, decorating, and art. She was especially proud of her grandchildren.

She is survived by two sons; Robert Karpowicz of Fort Lauderdale, FL and Kevin Karpowicz and wife Deanna of Clyde, NC; two grandchildren, Jennifer Karpowicz of Virginia Beach, VA and Christopher Karpowicz of Greenville, NC; her partner of 25 years, Sandra C. Anderson of Kill Devil Hills and her feline companion, Missy.

Source: Twiford Funeral Home 
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Maintained by: Rick O
Originally Created by: terrirn143
Record added: Sep 08, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21439286
 

As your sister in the nursing profession, thank you for the hours of selfless perspiration, the caring, the long vigils at the bedside, the constant prayers for the patient and the family, the endless hours of no gratitude from others while you gave all o...(Read more)
- terrirn143
 Added: Sep. 8, 2007
 
 
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