June 19, 1929 – December 29, 2020
Carmen (Llora) Adams, 91, of Port Charlotte, Florida and most recently of Warminster, PA passed away December 29, 2020. She was the beloved wife of John Adams for 72 years prior to his death in March 2020.
Formerly of Jarrettown PA, Carmen was born in Manila Philippines on June 19, 1929 to the late Manuel Llora and Concepcion Barretto. As a teen she survived the occupation of Manila during WWII. Carmen was pre-deceased by her brothers Noli, Tony and Carlos.
Carmen, also known as Mita, was a homemaker who regularly worked part time and volunteered at St. Alphonsus parish where she was a member. She was employed as a bus driver for Upper Dublin School District before moving to Florida in the 1980’s. In Florida, Carmen worked as a nurse’s aid for St. Josephs Hospital in Port Charlotte. She was an avid bowler and belonged to several leagues over the years. Carmen enjoyed many friends.
Carmen, is survived by children Linda Adams, Wilmington DE, Sandra (Terry) Leach, Horsham PA, Steve (Cathy) Adams, Glenside PA and Patty (Mark) Smith, Port Charlotte FL. She will also be greatly missed by grandchildren Daniel (Julia) Morse, Jennifer (Sean) Brennan, great-grandchildren Daniel, Bridget, Robert and Evelyn. She is also survived by a brother Jaime (Lourdes) Llora and sister-in-law Nita Llora as well as multiple cousins, nephews, nieces and extended family and friends in the United States, Australia and the Philippines.
Due to COVID-19, the service and burial for Carmen and her husband John will be held at a later date. Memorial donations can be made in Carmen’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org.
- Linda Adams, Daughter
- Sandra Leach (Terry), Daughter
- Steve Adams (Cathy), Son
- Patty Smith (Mark), Daughter
- Daniel Morse (Julia), Grandson
- Jennifer Brennan (Sean), Granddaughter
- Daniel, Bridget, Robert and Evelyn, Great Grandchildren
- Jaime (Lourdes) Llora, Brother
- Nita Llora, Sister-in-law
- Alzheimer’s Association
January 9, 2021
My heart is broken by the loss of Mita. She was a dear friend, Godmother to my daughter Becky and my adopted Mother. We met while working at St Joseph Hospital and became very close. We took many trips together, bowled together and just totally enjoyed being together.
I extend my heartfelt condolences to the family. RIP Mita.
January 4, 2021
Condolences to the Adams family. We are saddened to hear of Mita's death. She was always an up-beat person & ready to laugh. Very encouraging & helpful when we moved to Florida. Our sons loved Aunt Mit. As did we. Good-bye dear, sweet Mita. May you rest in Christ's Peace.
December 31, 2020
Grandmom and Great Grandmom, you will be truly missed. The genuine love you gave to Brandon and myself will never be forgotten. We have so many memories that we will cherish forever. We know you are at peace with your husband in Heaven. Heaven has two very special angels. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Love you always, Brandon and Kim