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Freeda Adams

Longtime Houston resident Freeda Adams was swept into the arms of angels on March 17, 2010, at the age of 48 due to complications from Multiple Sclerosis.

She was born on Aug. 21, 1961, in Fayetteville, N.C.

Freeda had a strong will and a big heart. She had a unique spice for life and a very competitive nature. Some of her favorite things were watching her husband rodeo, a boat trip down the Little Su, old Western movies, playing with her dogs (especially dalmatians), vacations to Las Vegas, all types of athletics (especially softball) and shopping of any kind.

Freeda will be forever remembered for her infectious laugh, sharp wit and sarcastic humor. To know Freeda was to love her.

Freeda is survived by her husband, Jay Adams; her mother and father, Freelon and Elloyse Stanberry; her brothers and their wives, Alan and Dawn Stanberry and David and Kathy Stanberry; brothers-in-law, Anthony and Richard Adams, Lance Vallo; sister-in-law, June Hatten; nieces and nephews, Devon Thomas, David “Bo” Stanberry, Kevin Stanberry, Megan Adams, Cory Adams, Carol Hatten, Wayne Hatten, Jacob Adams, Alyssa Adams, and Alexandria Adams; and her beloved caregiver and best friend, Henrietta Provost.

A memorial service will be held at Church on the Rock, 3571 Machen Road, in Wasilla on Friday at 2 p.m. A Celebration of Life will follow at the Houston Lodge, 16966 W. Parks Hwy., in Houston. An open mic will be available for the sharing of stories about Freeda. All are invited to attend.

The family welcomes cards. In lieu of sending flowers, the family requests that you make a donation in Freeda’s honor to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 511 W. 41st Ave. No. 101, Anchorage, AK 99503-6643.

Source: Frontiersman, 22 March 2010



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