• Ms. Leasa D. Adams

    23 Oct 2012

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    Ms. Leasa D. Adams

    D.O.D. 10/22/2012

    Age: 48

    Place of Death: Brookwood Medical Center (Birmingham, Al.)

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    Funeral services for Ms. Leasa Adams Prince will be held Saturday October 27, 2012 at 1:00pm at
    19th Street Pentecostal Rapture Church, Bishop Johnny K. Stewart will officiate. The remains will lie in
    state one hour prior to funeral time at the church. Wills’ Funeral Service of Northport in charge of all
    arrangements.

    Public viewing: Friday 2:00pm-7:00pm

    Flower times: Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    Saturday 9:00am-11:30am

  • 5 comments

    GOD BLESS! Bryce Hospital Police Department

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    With deepest sympathy to Ezell and Floyd Davis; and to the entire Davis/Adams family during your loss. May the Comforter send you peace and joy during your time of grief as only He can.

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    I will miss you dearly I love you so much but u had to go but I will c u again then we will hug and laugh like we always did

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    To the family and friends of Leasa D. Adams: .We the Lileton family, Claudie of Roxboro, NC, Betty, Rita, and Glen of Detroit, MI would like to express our deepest sympathy at the untimely passing of your Mother, Sister, Aunt, and dear friend, Ms. Leasa D. Adams. She will surely be missed by all who knew and loved her. Sleep in peace Ms. Hixey. . MEET YOU AT THE GATE .A beautiful garden now stands alone, missing the one who nurtured it, but now she is gone. Her flowers still bloom and the sun, it still shines. But the rain is like teardrops, for the ones left behind. The weeds lay waiting to take the gardens beauty away, but the beautiful memories of its keeper are in our hearts to stay. She loved every flower, even some that were weeds. So much love she would plant with each little seed. But like her flowers, she was part of God's plan. So when it was her time, he reached down his hand. He looked through the garden, searching for the best. That's when he found Leasa, it was her time to rest. It was hard for those who loved her, to just let her go, But God had a spot in his garden that needed a gentle soul. So when you start missing Leasa, remember, if you just wait until God has a spot in his garden,she'll meet you at the gate.

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    God Bless the Davis Family, praying for Ezell, Shirley, Jerry, Floyd and Leasa's children. R.I.P Leasa so saddened, but God is good and We live and die so we can meet our King!! Sherrell Jackson, Cincinnati, OH

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