Kilgroe Funeral Home

1750 Ashville Rd, Leeds, AL


Patsy J. Adams

August 13, 1943June 24, 2020

Patsy J. Adams, age 76, of Leeds passed away June 24, 2020. She is survived by her daughter Loretta Barks, sisters; Peggy Blankenship and Tammy Parker, grandchildren; Jessica Barks, Madison Danielle Barks, Christopher Parker, Brandon Parker; great grandchildren, Kason Rattan, Ashton Brasher and Kyler Brasher. Funeral services will be Sunday June 28, 2020 at 2:00 PM at Kilgroe Funeral Home - Leeds with burial at Kendrick cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday June 28, 2020 from 12:30-2 at KIlgroe Funeral Home - Leeds.



  • Visitation at Kilgroe Funeral Home

    Sunday, June 28, 2020

  • Funeral Service at Kilgroe Funeral Home

    Sunday, June 28, 2020


  • Burial Kendrick Cemetery


Patsy J. Adams

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Charlotte Adams-Joncich

July 1, 2020

I have not seen my Aunt Patsy since 1987 but she always filled my heart with love and kindness. She always took the best care of me when visiting from California. She didn't get to mad when my cousin Ginger and I stole her car and drove it down Adams Rd. She always made me feel welcome and loved and I will miss her terribly. My mom Joyce Adams also sends her love, prayers and condolences for the families loss as do I. Love to all and stay strong just like Pat Adams.

Edna Langston

June 28, 2020

My name is Edna Langston I married into this family with my ex-husband (Glen Langston). I can honestly say that they took me in as family. And after nearly 34 years later they still treat me as family. I always thought the world of Pat's Mother (Norbell). She was always the ringleader of all the Langston Reunions and she always brought good food. But my biggest memory with Pat was when I was pregnant with (Vicki) me, Peggy Pat would walk a mile to the store to buy one Coke because that was all the money we had! We would split it and have to walk all the way back home. Pat was an outgoing person always smiling and cutting up! Never knew what she was thinking but with the smile on her face you knew to watch out! Now her battle is over! And she is free from pain & suffering and I feel quite sure that she is with us today and still smiling!

Shelby Adams

June 26, 2020

Pat & I were cousins but we were more like sisters it seemed. We were very close. We did a lot together with Pat and Peg & Jody & I. After we moved to MI we always tried to meet up and see each other before we came home. The Langston reunions was always a great way to share so many memories during our lifetime . We still managed to call each other regularly. I will miss her so much but she will no longer be in pain. God only takes the best. Love you!! Shelby


June 25, 2020

My name is Vicki Langston Anthony. Pat is a cousin to me on my Dad's (Glen Langston)
Side of the family. She was an outgoing person full of life. I can remember all the family reunions we use to have lots of memories to share and all the good food. My Dad thought the world of her. He would always aggravate her about her Banana Pudding telling her it was not as good as her Mom's. Then he would tell her to make another one next year so he can try it out! She was all the time trying to get something on him. She was just an all around loveable women who always had a smile on her face. She will be missed and remembered by many. RIP my sweet lady. I know God has given you a beautiful set of wing's. Fly high lady fly high.