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Charlotte Adams

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Charlotte V. Adams age 82 of Waucoma, IA, died Thursday, March 23, 2017, at Linn Haven Rehab & Healthcare in New Hampton. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 27, 2017, at Hugeback - Johnson Funeral Home in New Hampton. Interment will be in the Carpenter Cemetery, rural Togo, MN. Friends may greet the family an hour prior to the service at the funeral home on Monday. Charlotte Viano Adams was born March 16, 1935, in Lawler, MN, the daughter of Carl and Viano (Gustafson) Oler. She received her education in Orr, MN, and graduated from the Orr High School in 1953. On March 30, 1952, she was united in marriage to Howard Adams. To this union eight children were born. The couple lived near Togo, MN, and following the death of her husband, she moved to Waucoma in 1972. In her free time she enjoyed crocheting, knitting, making Christmas ornaments and oil painting. Survivors include four sons; Ralph Adams of Waucoma, Jeff (Jody) Adams of Aurora, MN, Robert (Theresa) Adams of South Carolina, Gary (Charo) Adams of New Hampton; three daughters, Susan Adams of South Carolina, Kathleen (Darryl) Snyder of Alpha, IA, Pamela Ramfry of Charles City; daughter-in-law, Cheryl Adams of Nashua; twenty four grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; one sister, Shirley Ackerman of Minneapolis, MN. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband and a son, Russell Adams.

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  1. To the all the Adam’s…so sorry for your loss! Thinking of her brings back lots of fun memories.

  2. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family. We enjoyed having Charlotte with us at Linn-Haven. Linda Flick.

  3. Rest in peace Charlotte. Enjoyed visiting with you at Linn Haven. You Tom and Bob, your siblings are reunited again.

  4. Thinking of you all. Way back in the day, she always made me feel welcome if we were hanging out in the back alley doing some car thing and she happened to be outside. Cathy Humpal

  5. I volunteered many hours in Charlotte’s back yard picking up walnuts and digging out the ones that sprouted. She was always so appreciative. I enjoyed the stories she shared with me. She must have been quite the lively one ‘back in the day.’


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