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Susan A. Adams
Died: Nov 25, 2017
Susan A. Adams
Susan A. Adams, 60, died Sat, Nov 25, at her home in New Oxford.  Born Sept 11, 1957 in Baltimore City, Sue was the daughter of the late Alaska & Dorothy (Kenly) Street.  She was raised by the late Dewey & Margie (Kenly) Street. She was a North Carroll High School graduate of Hampstead and was a Bus Driver and a certified nurse’s assistant. 
Surviving is her son Samuel F. Luther & Tina of New Oxford; her 4 grandchildren:  Dylan M. Myers, Gage A. Luther, Brian Bortner and Alexis Dubs; her brothers & sisters:  Donna Street and Sheila Murphy of Manchester, MD; Robert Street of Pasadena, MD; Tina Germain, Russell Street , Robin Bolling and Mark Street, all of Kingsport, TN; Michael Brady of Glenville, Teresa Ranzani and Christopher Street, both of Hanover; Ronald Jones and Raymond Jones, both of Pasadena and Dawn Ridgeway of Selbyville, MD; and her friends:  Abby Dietz, Mike Hughes, Millie Mills and Barbara Harris Brown.  Sue was predeceased by her sister, Patricia Waugh. She attended Freedom Valley Worship Center, New Oxford, where she was very active.  She enjoyed playing cards and bingo and loved spending time with family and friends.
Memorial Service is Sunday, Dec 17, at 2 P.M. at her church with Pastor Gerry E. Stoltzfoos officiating.  Online condolences may be shared on

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Tina Luther
December 5th, 2017 1:40 pm
We will miss you so very much mom. You were too young to go but I am comforted in knowing that you are no longer in pain and suffering. I know you are walking through beautiful meadows with Jesus. One day we'll join you there. Until then, rest in peace ❤️
Monica Graz
November 30th, 2017 2:29 pm
Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to the Adams's family for your loss. No one can really understand exactly how you feel, but God does. Please take comfort in knowing that our Heavenly Father knows our inner-most struggles and can come to terms with our loss. May you find comfort from the scripture at 2 Corithians 1:3-4 which speaks of Jehovah as the God of all comfort who comforts us in all of our trials. I hope these scriptures brings you comfort as you endure this difficult time.
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