In Loving Memory of Lovie Lee Adams-Wilson
Home going services held
Saturday, December 30, 2017
Washington Memorial COGIC
211 N. Knox St
Dermott, AR 71638
Superintendent Edward Gaston, Pastor/Officiating Pastors Ezell and Mollie Branch, Ministers of Ceremony
Lovie Lee Adams-Wilson was born August 27, 1935 in Sunshine, Arkansas from the union of Murray Adams and Reola Johnson-Adams. She was called to be with the Lord on December 24, 2017, at Dermott City Nursing Home in Dermott Arkansas. She attended school at Pillis High in Portland, Arkansas. Lovie’s occupation was in domestic care. lovie received Christ at an early age accepted Christ and was a member of Washington Memorial COGIC where she served as a Church Mother under the leadership of Elder Alton Thomas and Superintendent Edward Gaston until her health declined.
Lovie lived a peaceful life and was known and loved by all whom she encountered. She believed in the power of prayer. She prayed without ceasing. She greeted you with a smile. She loved children and was a devoted caregiver to many children. She loved to cook and study the scriptures. She was a woman of wisdom. Her prayer for for her family was to stay together and love one another. Her final words were “Take care and stay with Jesus”.
She is preceded in death by her parents: Murray and Reola Adams; a son, A;ton C. Eason, Jr.; and two siblings, Eugene Adams and Charlestine Adams. She is survived by two (2) sons, Leroy Eason and Cleveland (Ali) Eason; four (4) daughters, Anneliese Eason, rosie Eason, Gloria Eason and Elizabeth (Alvin) Watson; two (2) brothers, Leanell (Pearline) Adams and Murray “MD” (Brenda) Adams, five (5) sisters, Osielean (Walter) Findley-Adams, Gloria Dean (Jessie) Jones, Martha (Oren) Jones, Ester Maxwell and Cynthia Adams; a devoted brother-in-law, Jessie Eason; a dear friend, Joann Brown, 17 grandchildren and great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.