Debra Lynn Adamski

February 1, 1952 - February 9, 2008

Debra Lynn Adamski, age 56, of Allen, Texas passed away February 9, 2008 in McKinney, Texas. She was born February 1, 1952, in Akron, Ohio, the daughter of Jack and Diane (Johnston) Feeman. On January 3, 1971, she married Claude Adamski in in Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Adamski was a homemaker and a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Akron, Ohio. She is survived by her husband of thirty-seven years, Claude; daughter, Janice Adamski of Allen, Texas; mother, Diane Feeman of Akron; brothers, Jay and Jon Feeman of Akron; sisters, Denise Marshall of Akron and Dawn Peterson of Akron; sister-in-law, Barb Marchesky and her family; and numerous nieces, nephews and other loving relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM, Friday, February 15, 2008, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel with Father Dr. Dale Gregoriew officiating. Interment will follow at 1:00 PM at DFW National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas. The family will receive friends during a visitation at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home on Thursday evening beginning at 7:00 PM.

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I miss you so very much. There is never a day goes by that you are not in my thoughts. Betty Rackley, July 29, 2008 I would like to extend my sympathy to all of Debra's family.I have never met her except on the internet.She was such a lovely person.Debra I will see you at home with Jesus.I know you are not in anymore pain.Love you very much. Caroline Kay Holt, March 29, 2008 Although I had never met Debra in person, we have been internet friends for a long time. Debra helped me through the rough times after my husband passed away with her kind words and wonderful sense of humor. She was a precious friend who was loved by all of us in the Kindred Cafe. We kept in touch by emails and often talked about meeting in person. It looks like we will meet upstairs one day instead of at a Cafe Reunion. Rest our dear Starrie, your pain and suffering is over. Claude and Janice you are in my prayers. May time and memories ease your pain as you travel down the road of grief. The days seem empty, the nights are long, but find comfort in your angel who is always watching over you. You two were her life, and she loved you more than life itself. Lori Dunn, March 8, 2008 Dear Claude, Janice, Barb and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Our wish is that your memories will always be a comfort to you. Debbie was a dynamic and loving woman, that we were fortunate to meet at Sarah's wedding. It is a blessing to know she is out of pain and keeping an eye on all of us. Take care of each other. Always, Jim & Mary Anderson Mary A. Anderson, March 3, 2008 To The Family: My name is Annette. I would like t express my deepest sympathy to each of you. I am signing this guest book because I too know that deep pain that comes when this enemy death strikes. Many people wonder why death happens? They wonder too what happens to their loved ones and will they ever be reunited with them. Perhaps you too may have wonder the same thing. Our Creator doesn't leave us in the dark as to why we fall asleep in death. In his Word the Bible he gives us the answer. He also let us know that a reunion with our loved ones is possible here on earth. This reunion will last forever for he promises us everlasting. At a moment that is convenient for you I invited you to read what he has to say: Romans 5:12; John 5:28,29; Revelation 21:3-5; Psalm 37:29; and Isaiah 45:18 I know that by reading these texts will not take away your pain, but I do hope that it will bring comfort to you knowing that the tears of sorrow will be wipe from our eyes and death will be no more. Annette Pegues, February 26, 2008 My fondest memories are those from Branson. I've never felt closer more quickly to anyone in my life. It was an honor being sister-in-law and friend. Barb (Tetley) Marchesky, February 19, 2008 She will be greatly missed. Monika & Terrence Deen, February 18, 2008 Janice My deepest sympathies to you and your family in the loss of your mother. I remember the first choir trip she chaperoned. I think we wore her out on that cruise. I enjoyed getting to know her throughout your choir activities and chatting with her during the uniform pick-up times. She will be missed but certainly not forgotten by all who loved her. Sandy Weimer, February 15, 2008 We've known each other for what seems like forever. We all started out as friends but grew to be more like family. We've had a lot of fun times and have been through some tough times together too, especially when we were young military couples trying to make ends meet. We practically grew up together. You watched our children and grandchildren grow up and Janice has grown to be a beautiful and loving young woman. Even though we've been miles apart and haven't kept in touch as much these last several years, you've still been in my heart and my thoughts. I will always treasure the memories we made together. Debbie, I love you and will miss you. Ski and Janice, you are in my thoughts and prayers. We've been very lucky to have you in our lives. Bonita Ann Rouse, February 14, 2008 My Fondest memories of My Aunt Debbie. Well for Me it would have to be the great trip to Missouri. Aunt debbie, My Great Uncle Ski and My Mom, they planned this trip so We could finally get to know one another, and that We did! It made Me more than the happiest person on the face of this planet to finally get to know My family. Just to hang out and have some fun because sometime we all forget how to do that. We take life for granite and we accept what we hear and what we see, but the truth, is family is the most important.That trip changes My life, gave me a new connection. I'll never forget My Aunt and She will always be in My prayers. My Aunt Debbie is greatly missed and forever remembered in My heart and soul. Aunt Debbie, I miss you so much and wished for more time to get to know you, one day we will have that chance, I promise. Uncle Ski love you lots Unc the Strongest Man I know of (We will meet again). Janice your the greatest, if you need anything its a phone call away, believe that ,youngins gotta stick together, love ya cuz.....Love You Family and wish You all the best, each and everyone of You. I wish You all the best and , God be with all of you. Mr. Joseph William, Jeremy Marchesky, February 14, 2008 When I was around 5 years old, Deb and Ski used to babysit me and my younger sister. I don't remember too much from back then except that I thought Deb was a "giant". She just seemed so tall to such a little girl. Through the years, we moved from state to state but several times we wound up living in the same areas together. My memory from when I was younger isn't very good, but, I grew up, married and started a family of my own here in Texas. 14 years ago, Deb, Ski and Jan moved here within 15 minutes of our house. We quickly became the best of friends. Deb was no longer the motherly "giant" that I knew as a child. She was my friend, a beautiful woman with the biggest heart anyone could have. I watched her sit on the floor and play barbies with Janice and our daughter Amanda. She would laugh so hard she would cry telling jokes with our son Marcus. She was here when I gave birth to our youngest daughter Samantha. Samantha would stay the night with Deb. Deb would take her shopping and let Samantha decide what groceries to buy. Then she would drive home with a car full of junk food because that is what Samantha thought they needed. She loved our kids and our kids loved her so much. Deb and my husband Ken had the greatest time harrassing each other, like they had known each other forever. We had so many great times singing together, playing games, trips to Oklahoma or boating at the lake. We would laugh so hard together late into the night about absolutely nothing. There is so much more I could say, it's hard to make myself stop. Deb, you were there for me in good times and bad, you brought me great joy. I love you and I will miss you more than you know... but, I will see you again Starrie. Ski, I am in awe of the love you have for Deb. You have a heart of gold that not everyone gets to see and I feel very priviliged to know it. Janice, you shared most of these memories with us. Think about all of these times and smile. Your mom had a very happy life but you and your dad made her the happiest. She is in a beautiful place now, getting things ready for all of us to join her. We love you all. Cathryn "Cat" Jackson, February 14, 2008 Rest In Peace Debbie. You will be greatly missed. I know that you will be keeping a watchful eye over your loved ones. I will always remember you and what a great friend you were to my mother. Pam Snyder, February 13, 2008 Uncle Ski and Janice, I did not know how to say everything I wanted to say so I said it the best way I could.... I've known you it seems forever and a day, I've loved you these years more than I can say. While your smiles and laughter knew no measure, It's your humor and love I keep to treasure. Memories with you span throughout the states, These I keep with me as you enter Heaven's gates. Your resting place we visit to place flowers there with care, While nothing eases the sadness as we turn and leave you there. All of my love to you Aunt Debbie, Uncle Ski and Janice. Anita Lynn Rouse, February 12, 2008 Claude, Janice, Barb and family, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I wish all of you strength and comfort at this difficult time. "The angels are always near to those who are grieving , to whisper to them that their loved ones are safe in the hand of God." Katie Buyck, February 12, 2008 Hey guys, sorry we couldnt make it, but you are in our prays, in our hearts and on our minds. Aunt Debbie was such a sweetheart. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. Just remember, Aunt Debbie has the best seat in the house. She has front row seats to everything that happens from here on in. She most definatley will be watchin over her family and friends. We love you guys and miss you, we are truly sorry we cannot be there physicaly, but we are keeping you all in our prays. RIP AUNT DEBBIE! Jeannie M. Ruth, February 12, 2008 Deb is someone I have cared about for over 30 years. It seems unfair to lose her so quickly. I am thinking of you, Ski and Janice. I still cannot believe she is gone. With all of my love, Angie "Another angel gets her wings..." Angela J Leon Rackley, February 12, 2008 My memories of Deb are to many to list. We were more like sister's than friend's. As someone told me when my Mother passed "God needed another rose for his Garden". If Deb was ever anything she was a beautiful,caring,loving and giving person. A joy to know, she brought many happy times to our family, our lives will be forever filled with the wonderful times we shared. Dear Ski and Janice if there is ever anything that you need or a place to go to get away and remember, our home is your home. God be with you in this difficult time and know that you are both always a part of our family too. We love you always and forever, Betty & Lee Betty Ann Rackley, February 12, 2008 Claude, Janice, Barb and family ~ My family has you in their thoughts and prayers. Barb has spoken of all of you often. May you find peace as she is no longer hurting. May you find joy in all of the memories you have shared with Debbie. May you find hope that she is in a better place. May you find faith to help you in this time. Love, Solonge, Bill, Sydney and Anthony... Solonge H Dorner, February 12, 2008 My deepest sympathies on the loss of Debbie. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Andrea Warner Allstate Insurance Andrea Warner, February 12, 2008 My fondest memory of Aunt Debbie was our trip to Branson a couple years ago and also how great she looked at my wedding. Inspite of everything, I am so glad she was able to come and see me get married. I will hold that in my heart forever. The world is not the same with you, Aunt Debbie. You will be missed so much, but your life lives on through my cousin, your daughter, Janice. Don't worry, she will be safe with us. You are an inspiration to every women out there, because of your strong will to survive and beat the odds. You are in a better place where you can be comfortable and you don't have to suffer. You never deserved that. You will never be forgotten and I want you to know that I love you with all my heart and you are with me always. I can't wait to see you again. I admire you and how strong you were through this whole thing. God works in mysterious ways, but you are now safe in his arms and nothing can hurt you anymore!!! I love you and wish I could be with you. Watch over us and keep us safe. My prayers are with you, Janice, and Uncle Claude. Sarah A Garcia, February 12, 2008