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Diana Adams

Diana G. "Gail" Adams

February 7, 1944 - May 22, 2020
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Diana G. Adams, “Gail”, 76, a lifelong resident of the Annapolis area, passed away on Friday, May, 22, 2020 in Gambrills, MD.

Gail was born on February 7, 1944 in Annapolis, MD to the late Curtis and Alice Dye. She was a 1962 graduate of Annapolis High School. Gail worked for over 20 years at LithoPress in Edgewater. She also worked for Edgewater Supply Hardware Store and for her father’s bus company, Dye Brothers, as a driver.

She was a member of Mayo United Methodist Church. Her interests included playing BINGO and pinochle, collecting cookbooks, going to yard sales and taking trips to Ocean City. She was also an avid reader. Her passion though was spending time with her grandchildren.

Gail is survived by her loving husband of 51 years, Thomas V. Adams; her children, Diana Adams-Nunan and her husband, Patrick of Mayo, MD and Kenneth Dale Adams and his wife, Jennifer of Edgewater, MD, and one sister, Patricia Miller of Glen Burnie, MD. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Heather Nunan, Shawn Nunan, Ashlynn Adams and Brittany Adams.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. Please contact the family for further information. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Gail’s memory to Mayo UM Church, 1005 Old Turkey Point Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037. Online condolences may be made at KalasFuneralHomes.com


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    Lakemont Memorial Gardens
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    900 W. Central Avenue
    DAVIDSONVILLE, MD 21035
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Posted at 04:28pm
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Debbie and Joan

Posted at 09:38am
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Tim Feerrar

Posted at 07:30pm
First of all I would like to express my condolences to Tommy, Diana, Kenny and the entire family.
I was fortunate to have spent so much time around the Adams growing up and I have so many happy and fun memories that I will never forget. I was only about 3 when my Mom met Gail and over the years our families grew very close. We spent summer vacations in Wildwood NJ, camping trips and weekends in OC. One of my youngest memories of Gail was my mom hosting the ladies card group. There were several playing (Patricia, Rea, Carol) and I have never heard such a louder group of woman who smoked like chimney’s and laughed the entire 3 hours. Intimidating for a little boy trying to get a bowl of ice cream and was heckled on my way in and on my way out of the kitchen…All in good fun of course.
Growing up my parents would get together with Tommy and Gail about every other weekend to play cards and they were family. As goofy young teenagers, Kenny and I would pester them all. The one thing I will always remember and miss about Gail is her sense of humor and ability to crack up at everything, never taking life too serious. The more you pestered Tommy the harder she would laugh…a laugh that you could not mistake for anyone else. Hearing her laugh would always put a smile on my face. She was full of life, happy and so fun to be around.
Over the years Gale and Tommy attended my Rec. Football games and later high school. If you didn’t know any better you would have mistaken Gail for my Mom since she cheered and screamed for me like no other. She was such a sweet and caring person to everyone she was around. I was fortunate enough to spend time with Gail during my parents 50th Anniversary party a few years ago and it meant the world to our family that her, Tommy and Kenny were able to make it. Heaven is lucky to have you. Love and miss you Gail.
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Melissa Crowe

Posted at 03:41pm
Gail,

I never had the pleasure of meeting you personally but I work with Pat and I know the love she has for you is unconditional and so strong that your bond could never be broken. You were everything to her, please keep a watch over her and the rest of your family since you are an angel now. Ms. Pat, I am so sorry for your loss and I know that no words can ease your heartbreak at this time but please know that I am here for you if you need me. Keep all of those great memories and hold them close to your heart. Love you....Melissa
 
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Genevieve Kirby Hrina Posted at 04:50pm

I was sorry to hear of the passing of Gail. We attended Edgewater Elementary, Annapolis Jr. High and Annapolis Sr. High and graduated together in 1962. I grew up with Tommy living on the same street and later in life he & Gail built their home across the street from me. Both the Dye & Adams family were great people loved by all that knew them. Much of my time growing up was spent in the Adams yard. My God bless you Tommy and give you peace of mind and my Gail RIP
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