Adamson, Gina

Regina "Gina" Marie Adamson

March 18, 1959 - January 8, 2018

Gina Marie (Zurosky) Adamson of Lucas, Texas passed away unexpectedly in her sleep on January 8, 2018 at the age of 58.  She was born on March 18, 1959 to Edward J. and Margaret Frances (Patterson) Zurosky in St. Charles, Missouri.  Gina grew up in Missouri. She graduated from Pattonville High School and received a degree in Interior Design.   She moved to Washington DC where she met Douglas Kirk Adamson in 1991.  They were married on August 30, 1994 in Montego Bay, Jamaica.   Gina worked in real estate and was a marketing director for a large title company in Northern Virginia.  Andrew was born in 1996, and the family relocated to Allen where Gabrielle was born in 1997.  She then focused 110% of her time and energy on the family.  She was an active volunteer supporting her children in the Allen and Lovejoy School systems, Allen Sports Association, and at Cottonwood Creek Church.   As the Children became more independent, she applied her love for animals and helping others to breed and raise over 100 service and therapy labs to assist people and children with special needs to spread unconditional love.  She was a member of Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen, Texas.

Gina is survived by her husband of 23 years, Doug Adamson; children, Andrew Adamson and Gabrielle Adamson all of Lucas, Texas; her faithful companion dogs, Isaac, Lydia, Alpha; five brothers (Ed, Stan, Doug, Brian, & Myles); seven sisters (Mary, Francis, Nancy, Vicki, Beverly, Tina, and Brenda); and over fifty nieces and nephews; and a host of other loving family and friends.  

She was preceded in death by her parents; and sister, Peggy.

A memorial service will be held at 12:00 noon, Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Cottonwood Creek Church, 1015 SH 121, Allen, Texas 75013.

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Dear Doug and family, I was so shocked and saddened to learn of your loss. I never had the opportunity to meet your wife, but I know how much you loved and cared for her. My hope is that you're able to give strength and support to each other during this difficult time, and that time helps heal your grief. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. With sincere sympathy, Mark F. Mark Freund, January 21, 2018 Doug, Andrew and Gabrielle, Gina was truly a heart-of-gold kind of person. She would do anything for anyone and she completely poured herself into anything she took on, whether it was preparing omelets for 50 people or breeding dogs for service work. She was deeply devoted to each of you and loved you with all her heart. May all the memories you shared together sustain you during this time of mourning. And may Jesus Christ turn your mourning into gladness one day. Our prayers and love are with you. Aunt Marty Marty Cislo, January 15, 2018 Memorial for Gina Adamson Submitted by George W. Adamson, What a tragic loss! We will all miss Gina immensely. I first met Gina in the early ‘80’s when she was the principal marketing assistant for my real estate office in Northern VA. Simply stated, she was Tremendous! She set the example for others in her profession; many tried to follow in her footsteps, but none were as good as she. Gina planned/organized/conducted many/many Tuesday morning Broker’s Open Houses, which were extremely well attended, because the attendees knew that Gina was conducting them. Beyond greeting and following up with the guests, she inevitably prepared and served a delicious luncheon. She was quite a Gal!! Her assistance was directly responsible for many sales over the many years she assisted me. I introduced Gina to my Nephew, Doug, who had moved to N.VA following his separation from the US Air Force. A short time later she inquired if she could “show him around?” The rest is history. RIP, Dear Gina. Hopefully, we’ll meet again some day. Lots of Love. -Uncle Wally Wally Adamson, January 13, 2018 Doug, Andrew, & Gabrielle, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sudden loss and sorrow. Gina will always be remembered for her outgoing force of nature personality. Now she is at peace with her maker. Godspeed to you, Andrew and Gabrielle as you continue your journey without Gina - until you meet again. Love, Cousin John John & Melissa Adamson, January 13, 2018 Memorial for Gina Adamson Submitted by George W. Adamson, Wallyadam1@msn.com What a tragic loss! We will all miss Gina immensely. I first met Gina in the early ‘80’s when she was the principal marketing assistant for my real estate office in Northern VA. Simply stated, she was Tremendous! She set the example for others in her profession; many tried to follow in her footsteps, but none were as good as she. Gina planned/organized/conducted many/many Tuesday morning Broker’s Open Houses, which were extremely well attended, because the attendees knew that Gina was conducting them. Beyond greeting and following up with the guests, she inevitably prepared and served a delicious luncheon. She was quite a Gal!! Her assistance was directly responsible for many sales over the many years she assisted me. I introduced Gina to my Nephew, Doug, who had moved to N.VA following his separation from the US Air Force. A short time later she inquired if she could “show him around?” The rest is history. RIP, Dear Gina. Hopefully, we’ll meet again some day. Lots of Love. -Uncle Wally George W. Adamson, January 13, 2018 I never knew Ms. Adamson, but it is obvious from the comments about her that she was a wonderful person. It is definitely God's desire to bring you comfort during your time of sadness, and he has promised to undo one day all the sorrow we experience - [Revelation 21:4]. I hope the words in that verse can offer you some solace. Kurt, January 13, 2018 Doug, Andrew, and Gabby I wish i had words to lighten your agony but sometimes words are just not enough. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Gina was very caring and I will miss her. April Modglin, January 12, 2018 Doug, my heart goes out to you and your family while praying for strength and comfort in order to continue daily as your beloved Gina would have wanted you to.
Will Drew, January 11, 2018
I met Gina through our love for James Avery jewelry. She was a very beautiful and inspirational lady. My heart is heavy as this was so unexpected. Godspeed Gina. You earned your wings. 
Debbie Myers, January 11, 2018 Dear Doug So sorry to hear of Gina’s passing. I will remember all the fun & yummy food she would bring to our office & Broker Opens in Wally’s office. She was a joy! You and your family will be in my prayers. Louise Louise Zinzi, January 10, 2018 Our dear sister, you did not realize how so many lives you have touched. Out of all Mom's & Dad's 14 children there was no one like you. You stood apart from everyone else. Even though each one of our lives have taken separate paths we are one unit. We have laughed, cried and argued with each other but in the end we love with a deep unconditional love because that is how pur parents raised us. Our hearts are torn because you are no longer here but we know you are where you were meant to be - in heaven watching over all of us, telling Mom Dad and Peg everything they have missed. Fly high my sister, we love you and will miss you Nancy & Craig Horton, January 10, 2018 Doug ,Andrew and Gabby, please accept my deepest condolences and know that you are in my and my families prayers. God speed little sister, I am glad you are at peace. Fran Kiefer, January 10, 2018 I miss you Gina! Thank you for your friendship and loving heart over the years. Women of Faith conference weekends will always be a special memory. Until we meet again... Lori Houston, January 10, 2018 Doug, You, Andrew, and Gabby are in my prayers as you walk through these days. May you know that others are here for you, and that you are cared for deeply. Blessings and Peace, Willa Bess Willa Bess Zandi, January 10, 2018