I want to say thank you for everything. Thank you for being at every baby shower. Every wedding. Every get together. All the holiday world trips. All the school classroom parties you always came with pop and goodie bags. Thank you for being the one to rescue me from drowning in the wave pool. For being there the day I had my first car accident and driving me home. I wish I had been closer to home and made more family time. I took advantage and the last hug I got from you was July 3rd and I’m so sorry I wasn’t there more often we love you!!!
Jerri was a wonderful person I worked with her 10 years at flair plastics her family was so dear to her
Family was talked a lot every few days her children were younger and we saw them grow have their own family she will be missed greatly. Heaven is a lot brighter today.
I worked with Jerri several years at Flair and when I went to Walmart to work, she always stopped for a visit with me every time she came in. Proud to have been her friend and will miss her! RIP Jerri
Thanks for all the great memories as a kid. Watching you and roy having good times my nana and papaw. Those are some of the memories i hold dear from my childhood. Swimming and grilling out. Miss that delicious food i grew up with too. My condolences to Roy and family.
Jerri L. Adams, 69, passed away on August 9, 2022. She was born on July 21, 1953, to Clifford and Emma (Milam) Smith in Evansville, Indiana.
Jerri was the most amazing wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She had a light about her unlike any other. She had many hobbies and love in her life; the biggest love was her family. She enjoyed family gatherings and getting together with her loved ones to go out to eat and spend hours talking and laughing. She was an avid card player, her favorite games being bingo, skat, solitaire, and slots. If you knew Jerri, you knew if she wasn’t with her friends and family, she was definitely shopping. Traveling was among her greatest joys, she loved seeing new places. She greatly enjoyed watching Hallmark Christmas movies all year around, they were her favorite. Above all, she cherished time spent with her family and grandkids, they were her world.
Jerri was preceded in death by parents Clifford and Emma Smith; Sisters Carol Dillon, Beverly Davis, Norma Jean Gibbs; Brothers Ronnie Smith, Leroy Smith.
Jerri is survived by her loving husband Roy Adams; daughters Brittany (Charles) Culver, Lisa (Jr) Means, Son William (Teresa) Adams; Grandchildren Branden, Hunter, Julian, Haley, Ashley, Emily, Jackie, Alexa; Great Grandchildren Daelan, Ana, Devionte, Jax, Izzy, Dom, Peyton, Brooke, Addison; and sisters Lana Brown and Janet Bradley.
Visitation will be from 10am until the time of service at 12pm on Friday, August 12, 2022, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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