OBITUARY

Barbara F. Adams

June 23, 1922April 24, 2021

Adams, Barbara F. (Graham) 98 of Pocasset, Ma passed away on April 24, 2021. Barbara was born in Monticello Maine. She met the love of her life, soon to be husband, William "Bill" Adams, at a dance in the fire station in Canton Mass. They raised their family, Joan, Barbara and Linda, in Quincy Mass and moved to Bourne Mass after Bill's retirement. They spent winters in Lecanto Florida and often entertained family visiting.

They enjoyed going out dancing and socializing with friends. Barbara always could be seen with lipstick on, and a fabulous outfit with accessories. She loved to cook and entertain. She was a great cook, "soup to nuts" and served her meals piping hot. Always had a sit down meal prepared where lots of funny stories were told. Many great laughs at the dinner table.

Barbara is predeceased by her loving husband Bill Adams, daughter Joan and her husband Paul. She is survived by her daughters; Barbara Shevory and husband Richard of Bourne Ma, Linda Shay and her husband Gerry of Marshfield Ma. Barbara's beloved 9 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. She is also, survived by her sister Patricia Borden of NH and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers please donate in Barbara's name to; Parkinson's Foundation 200 SE 1st Street Suite 800 Miami, FL 33131

Due to Covid restrictions the services will be private.

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Dana Graham

May 4, 2021

Aunt Barbara was a special person to my family. As a kid I often visited and went to Red Sox games with Uncle Bill and then came back for a hot meal. Our condolences to all the family. Aunt Barbara will be greatly missed but I have many fond memories
Dana and Deb Graham

Mike LeBrun

April 30, 2021

On behalf of all of your friends at Cape Cod Senior Residences, I'd like to offer my sincere condolences for you loss. May many happy memories with Barbara help you through this difficult time.

In sympathy,
Mike

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