November 24, 1930 – December 20, 2020
Groton — Margaret N. Adams, of Brandegee Avenue, died Sunday Dec. 20, 2020, at Fairview Odd Fellows Home in Groton. Mrs. Adams was born Nov. 24, 1930, in Westerly, the daughter of Antonio and Frances DiPietro. She is predeceased by her husband David Adams in 1989. She is survived by her four children: Wendell Thomas and his wife Irene of Pawcatuck, Debbie Apicelli and her husband Gary of Groton, David Adams of New London and Sherry Adams of East Lyme; her grandchildren: Gary Apicelli, Kristine Pelletier and her husband Mike, Cheryl Lynn, Paige and Alyssa Hancock; and three great-grandchildren, Kinslie, Kambrie and Kohlbie Pelletier. She will be laid to rest in St. Sebastian Cemetery, Westerly, in a private family service. Fulton-Theroux Funeral Home, New London, is handling the arrangements. Please sign the online guestbook by leaving a tribute at www.fultontherouxnewlondon.com. Donations may be made in her memory to the Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center, 230 Waterford Pkwy. S., Waterford, CT.
January 5, 2021
For your mom, who was such a lovey person it’s such a great loss . She loved all the kids and grandkids . Thinking about all of you at this time . Love , Linda , Jeff and Angela
December 30, 2020
I will forever miss and remember my dearest friend, Margie. She use to come to Las Vegas back in the 80's and listen to Al & I sing in the lounges throughout the city. Her and Rose loved to gamble but Margie just loved to listen to our music. We became friends instantly! She always had the most beautiful sweaters on, her hair was perfectly in place and that smile lit up the room. Who knew we would remain friends all these years through mail and phone calls. I loved your mom dearly and am grateful to have been able to talk to her one last time a few days before her passing. She always talked about her grown children and their kids. She and I had the same political views so I know she loved talking to me about that because you couldn't just do that with anyone. Hahaha... She was so proud of her children. How Debbie was at Mohegan Sun as an executive and Sherry made her own cookies and they are really popular and she's doing so great. I know there were lots of stories of everyone, my memory is not so great now, but we laughed and loved each other. It didn't matter how many years had gone by, she loved reminiscing about the past in her Vegas days. She had been sick for many years and was tired and ready to go for a long time. I know she is finally at peace and will always be your angel and I'm pretty sure she'll come visit me here in Vegas too. ;0) My heart goes out to you all. I will never forget Margie. God bless. Rest in Peace my forever friend.