Nancy Alice Porter Adams, 79, of Savannah, Georgia, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on August 3, 2020. Born in Savannah on December 7, 1940, she was the only daughter born to Marion McNeil Porter, Sr. and Alice Marion Dudley Porter. Nancy was special. She radiated warmth and friendship to everyone she met. To meet her was to love her! She was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved husband, Robert Shuler Adams, “Bob”. Her brother, Marion McNeil Porter, Jr, his wife, Billie Marsh Porter and her brother Robert Shig Porter (Barbara). Nancy’s surviving brothers are George David Porter, Sr. (Angie) and John Thomas Dudley (Janice). Nancy is also survived by her daughter Amy Alyson Adams Amory (Ben). Alyson and Ben blessed Nancy with two precious grandsons, William Shuler Amory and Matthew Wilson Amory, who were the joy of her life Nancy and Alyson had a wonderful loving relationship and Alyson cared for Nancy in a way that a Mother could only wish for. Nancy was blessed with Bob’s children: Therese Adams Coleman; Greg Adams (Faye); Andrea Adams Wilson (Joey); and Chris Adams. They became part of Nancy’s family and she loved them as they loved her. Nancy leaves behind 9 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. They all had a special place in her heart. She graduated from Savannah High School and worked for Southern Motors for 46 years as the Finance Manager. Nancy retired from Southern Motors in 2011 at the age of 71. The Kaminsky’s and Nancy had a special family like bond. A void exists in our hearts by Nancy’s passing. She was welcomed into heaven by her loving family members who preceded her in death. A private graveside service will be held for immediate family members and close friends at the Porter family plot in Greenwich Cemetery on Friday, August 7, 2020, at 11 o’clock. The wearing of masks is required and social distancing will be observed.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be donated to the American Diabetes Association via her tribute page at http://main.diabetes.org/site/TR/Events/Tributes-AlwaysandForever?pg=fund&fr_id=5720&pxfid=754322.
A wonderful lady with a loving heart - she is missed.
- Bob, Savannah , Georgia
Our deepest sympathy for your loss.
- Suzanne and Shep Ingram , Soperton , Ga
My Condolences to Ms.Nancy,s Family. God bless.
- Ava Ancrum /Southern Motors., Port Wentworth , ga
Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Nancy was a wonderful woman, so caring and kind. We will truly miss her smiling face. The world shines a little less bright without her here. May she Rest In Peace. Prayers for your family during this difficult time.
- Melissa & Dusty Nowell, Savannah , GA
I am very sorry for your loss and we will be praying for you and your family! Deepest sympathy Dallas and Griffin Lewis
- Dallas Lewis, Savannah, GA
praying for you and your family she singing with the angels
- Sandra sell, Savannah, Ga
We are so sorry for your loss.
- Joe & Jackie Richardson, Savannah, GA
Alyson, I know your mother adored you. You and your family will miss her terribly. You were the best daughter anyone could ask for, she was soo lucky to have such a loving daughter that cared for her unconditionally. Prayers for you and your family. Love you, Becky Stansbury
- Becky Stansbury, Rincon, GA
There are no words to truly express the loss of Aunt Nancy. To know her was to have laughed with her, understood her bond to family, and most of all loved her! She never met a stranger. Any conversation started with Nancy meant you started a friendship! She loved to share her knowledge of Old Savannah and more over her family stories. The greatest gift she gave everyone she met was her time and attention. I’m positive she is filling in her husband, siblings and parents with all the events and births they missed but that she got to witness first hand! You tell them we did GREAT Aunt Nancy, and that we miss them and now you sooo much!
- Marylee Porter, Jon Moore, & Barbara Porter, Savannah , GA
I am so sorry !! I can't imagine what you are going through!! I am sending our prayers and hope it can help!! I know you will need your time please let me know if there is anything we can do!! Love always the Zeiglers and the Keanes!!
- Brooke Zeigler, Savannah, Georgia
Deepest condolences to your family.
- Lee Hodges, Richmond Hill, GA
Deepest condolences for the loss of this sweet lady! She will be missed by so many! May God wrap his loving arms around you and provide you with his peace.
- Karen Bartlett , Mt Juliet , TN
Nancy was indeed a very special lady & friend. We worked together for 27 years. She was a hard & dedicated worker who was loved by all. She was a fighter in whatever she encountered in life. She loved her family and especially adored her daughter Alyson. Alyson, you have given your Mom all she ever wanted & stayed by her side. She has now joined your Dad in heaven. She will be missed but remain in our memories. My prayers for you & family. We loved her.
- Adrienne & Van Jones, Savannah , GA
- Anna Tompkins, Savannah , Ga.
Aunt Nancy was a truly special lady and the best aunt we could ask for! We will miss her everyday. We love you always Aunt Nancy!
- Emily, Alice, Josh, and Genny, Savannah, GA
Miss Nancy was a wonderful friend to all. The angels will sing with glory to welcome her home. I will miss you my friend
- Margaret Grimm, Savannah, GA
Alyson, your mother was so proud to be your Mama. She cherished every minute of loving you and raising you to be the woman you are. When you were little, nothing made her happier than to dress you up and show you to the world. My children remember the wonderful Hallowe'en and birthday parties that she planned so carefully for you. She will live on in all our memories as wonderful, sweet Nancy. Cheryl and Tom Bolton
- Cheryl Bolton, Savannah, GA
Extending sympathy to the family with the transition of Mrs. Nancy.May your memories keep her in your hearts and minds.No more pains to deal with.Blessings upon the family.
- Gloria Wells, Savannah, Ga
We are so sorry to learn of Nancy’s passing. We always loved being around her. She will he missed by so very many. Love to all, Sandra and Steve McKenzie
- Sandra McKenzie, Rome, Georgia
My thoughts and prayers are with Nancy and her family. She was the nicest F&I mangers in Savannah. When I was green as a bank rep for Transouth and Capital One she really helped me understand the business and was honest in her approach. She was one of the greats in the automotive business.
- Stephen V Stewart, SAVANNAH, GA