Celebrating the life of

Lucille Turner Adams

April 16, 1922 - May 18, 2020

Lucille Turner Adams

On the morning of May 18, 2020, Lucille Adams peacefully passed away at the age of 98 and joined her husband and two children in heaven. Lucille was a devoted wife to Joe, and a stay at home mother to Allen and Kim. When Lucille’s children were young, the term “stay at home mom” did not exist. It was usual for women to stay at home with their children while their husbands worked. But even by the standards of the era, Lucille was an exceptional wife and mother.  This trait carried on as she became a grandmother, or as her grandchildren called her “Mema”. Lucille cared deeply for her family, neighbors, friends, and church community of Wildwood Methodist Church. She was a woman who everyone could rely on. 

  When asked, her grandchildren can recount many fond memories of her, but here are a few: She taught us all that life is truly better with a Siamese cat in it. That no matter what kind of day you are having, a little bit of sunshine and fresh air, mixed with a bit of yard work will always make you feel better. That breathe right strips do not work. Lastly, and most importantly, that family is everything.

 Lucille is survived by her five grandchildren- Ashley, Dustin, Ben, Nathan, and Caroline, and her six great grandchildren- Mason, Henry, Logan, Jack, Auburn, and Gunner.

 There will be a small graveside service on May 21, 2020 at 11am in Greenwich Cemetery located in Savannah, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, the grandchildren request that you just tell someone in your family that you love them and hug their neck. Life is far too precious to focus on anything but loving each other.




Sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

- Karen Lemens, Ludowici, GA

A candle has been lit!

- Karen Lemens, Ludowici, GA

Dear Ashley and Dustin, some of my earliest memories are playing at Lucille’s house and running back and forth to see Nana. I remember going to Wildwood Methodist Church and those Halloween parties! I remember Lucille’s voice and her laugh so well. What a sweet, dear lady! Love to all of you, and may she rest in eternal peace!

- Amy Solana Whitaker, Peachtree City, GA

A candle has been lit!

Life has an end as candlelight would fade, but in the heart, memories yielded will forever be embedded. My deepest Condolences… I so remember where that picture was taken. Love Always rest in peace with your loved ones until we meet again.

- Marion , Midway, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel