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 Sharon Ann Adams

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Sharon Ann Adams

Birth
Colfax, Fleming County, Kentucky, USA
Death
16 Jan 2012 (aged 61)
Colfax, Fleming County, Kentucky, USA
Burial
Grange City, Fleming County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID
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Obit:Sharon Adams 1951 – 2012
Sharon Ann Adams, 61, of Adams Way, Hillsboro, passed away Monday, January 16, 2012, at her residence. Born January 3, 1951, in Fleming County, she is the daughter of Sarah Ellen Reeves Adams of Hillsboro and the late Thomas Andrew Adams. Besides her father, she was preceded in death by a special friend, Carlos "Curley" Ratliff. Sharon is survived by her mother; one brother, John William "Bill" Adams; one nephew, Billy Joe Adams and one niece, Penny Ann Adams Perez, all of Hillsboro, Kentucky, and six great nieces and nephews. Sharon graduated from Fleming County High School and was a member of Johnson First Church of God. Funeral services were conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, January 19, at Hutton Funeral Home with Brother Billie Wagoner and Reverend Randy Hawkins officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Billy Joe Adams, Jose Perez, Carmen Perez, L. D. Pettit, Brad Pettit, Herman Shelley, Nicholas Shelley and Christian Arredondo. Visitation was after 6 p.m. Wednesday, January 18, at Hutton Funeral Home in Hillsboro, Kentucky.

Sharon contracted polio when she was 3 years old and was confined to a wheelchair shortly after. She never let her disability affect her kindness to others and her outlook on life. Sharon would babysit Billy Joe Adams and Penny Ann Adams Perez while the "grownups" were stripping tobacco. She taught Billy Joe how to play board games and card games and she taught Penny how to cook. Sharon loved her pets and had a very special Jack Russell named Rocky. Rocky was beside Sharon everywhere she went. He would sleep while laying across her feet on the wheelchair and she would roll around like he wasn't even there. In the mid-late 1970's, Sharon had a dog named Buffy. She would tie notes to Buffy's collar and Buffy would run up to the tobacco barn. This was our form of communication before cell phones and cb radio's to let the people stripping tobacco know Sharon and the kids were ok.

Sharon will be missed by all in our small family.
Billy Joe Adams

Obit:Sharon Adams 1951 – 2012
Sharon Ann Adams, 61, of Adams Way, Hillsboro, passed away Monday, January 16, 2012, at her residence. Born January 3, 1951, in Fleming County, she is the daughter of Sarah Ellen Reeves Adams of Hillsboro and the late Thomas Andrew Adams. Besides her father, she was preceded in death by a special friend, Carlos "Curley" Ratliff. Sharon is survived by her mother; one brother, John William "Bill" Adams; one nephew, Billy Joe Adams and one niece, Penny Ann Adams Perez, all of Hillsboro, Kentucky, and six great nieces and nephews. Sharon graduated from Fleming County High School and was a member of Johnson First Church of God. Funeral services were conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, January 19, at Hutton Funeral Home with Brother Billie Wagoner and Reverend Randy Hawkins officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Billy Joe Adams, Jose Perez, Carmen Perez, L. D. Pettit, Brad Pettit, Herman Shelley, Nicholas Shelley and Christian Arredondo. Visitation was after 6 p.m. Wednesday, January 18, at Hutton Funeral Home in Hillsboro, Kentucky.

Sharon contracted polio when she was 3 years old and was confined to a wheelchair shortly after. She never let her disability affect her kindness to others and her outlook on life. Sharon would babysit Billy Joe Adams and Penny Ann Adams Perez while the "grownups" were stripping tobacco. She taught Billy Joe how to play board games and card games and she taught Penny how to cook. Sharon loved her pets and had a very special Jack Russell named Rocky. Rocky was beside Sharon everywhere she went. He would sleep while laying across her feet on the wheelchair and she would roll around like he wasn't even there. In the mid-late 1970's, Sharon had a dog named Buffy. She would tie notes to Buffy's collar and Buffy would run up to the tobacco barn. This was our form of communication before cell phones and cb radio's to let the people stripping tobacco know Sharon and the kids were ok.

Sharon will be missed by all in our small family.
Billy Joe Adams


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