Shirley Ann Adams

Shirley Ann Adams

May 10, 1932 - September 28, 2015

Shirley Ann Adams

May 10, 1932 - September 28, 2015


Shirley Ann Adams, 83, died of natural causes in Mission Viejo on September 28th at 1:53pm. She was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth Adams and her daughter Karen (Adams) Moheit. Shirley is survived by her son Michael and two grandsons, Cory and Trevor Moheit.

Shirley was primarily a homemaker and mother. She was much loved and had many good friends. During her life Shirley has called Monterrey Park, San Diego, Chatham (NJ), Huntington Beach, Rancho Santa Margarita, Las Vegas and Temecula home. Her primary interests were playing bridge, sewing, arts and craft..and shopping.

A celebration of Shirley’s life will be held on Saturday, October 3rd. There is a funeral mass scheduled for 10:30. A lunch reception will follow at the home of Mike Adams and Kris Shenk.

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5 responses to Shirley Ann Adams

  1. Mike Adams says:

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  2. Renee Moheit says:

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  3. Renee Moheit says:

    I will always remember the look in her eyes whenever she spoke of her grandsons Cory and Trevor. They were so special to her.She gave me many heartfelt compliments for being in their lives after Karen had passed on. I would always tell Shirley I could never ever fill Karen’s shoes but I would use them as a compass to guide me in raising and loving them both.

  4. One of my happiest childhood memories was. Going to visit Aunt Shirley. When I was 4 she took me to work with her the phone company. At lunchtime we went to eat at the company cafeteria. I saw a tall man walking towards us. Aunt Shirley introduced me to Ken Adams. I said, “when are you going to ask my Aunt. Shirley to marry you?” Well that was that. She had a beautiful wedding and I was the flower girl. I visited her often. First in Monterrey Park then in San Diego where I would take the train. She was always patient, kind and loving. I. Fondly remember all those visits. Unfortunately she moved to New Jersey. When she moved back to California I was so happy. Those years in Huntington Beach were some of the happiest of my life. You will always live in my heart Aunt Shirley.

  5. Shirley will always be in my heart and I will greatly miss her.

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