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Adams, Carol Ann

Born: Sep 03, 1948

Date of Passing: Jun 11, 2021

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ADAMS: Carol Ann (nee Willment) or Reston, MB. Carol survived a 50 year marriage with Steve, but was taken out by the cruel curse of cancer. Carol was born in Lloydminster, AB September 3, 1948 and passed away June 11, 2021 in Virden Hospital at 72 years of age. Carol was predeceased by her father Henry in 1982, mother Ida in 2008 and brother Alec in 2010. She is survived by sisters Dorothy, Donna (Stuart) and Susan (Aurele). Carol is lovingly remembered by her husband Steve and her children Cathy (Dave) and her offspring Reece and Jett; son David (Tammy) and their children Leighton and Morgan; additionally grandchildren Cameron, Jessica, Noelle and Willow from this first marriage. Carol was an L.P.N. who loved her work with geriatrics. We wish to thank Charla and Kelsey from CancerCare, Dr. Abdalateef and the amazing health centre staff at Virden Health Centre. Also special thanks to Jennifer Whyte at Reston Drugs for her compassionate professionalism and to Carscsadden Funeral Chapels Ltd. for their helpful expertise

Carol was one of a kind.
She will be missed.
May God bless her.

Cremation has taken place and a family wake is planned for the near future.

As published in Brandon Sun on Jun 19, 2021

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Thinking of you, Steve and your family. A caring soul gone too soon. - Posted by: Nancy Schiltroth (Friend) on: Jun 21, 2021

  • I really enjoyed working with Carol. Her caring heart, no-nonsense attitude, and sense of humour were always front and center. I will miss having a laugh with her over a cup of coffee. Condolences to Steve and family. - Posted by: Lorna Black (I nursed with Carol at Valleyview.) on: Jun 20, 2021

  • I worked with Carol for many years in long term care in Brandon and we continued our friendship with coffee group get togethers which gradually faded out with time and distance. Carol always amazed me how she could look so "laid back", yet have the nursing duties all done. She was lots of fun with her dry wit and "off the cuff" comments. My deepest sympathy to Carol's family. - Posted by: Marjorie Terry (coworker) on: Jun 19, 2021

  • Steve, I am so sorry for the loss of your wife. Sending you my deepest sympathy. Take care of yourself. - Posted by: Cheryl Douglas (Friend) on: Jun 19, 2021

  • Deepest condolences to the family . Worked with Carol in Brandon for awhile. Always lots of fun - Posted by: Jodi robertson (Workmate) on: Jun 19, 2021

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