Family Contact Info:
610 Callis Road
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
Countyline Church Cemetery
Albritten's Funeral Service--Dawson, GA
In Charge of Arrangements
On January 17, 1917, God planted a beautiful flower on earth. Mrs. Pauline Green Adams was born to Dan and Mrs. Maybelle Green in Terrell County, GA. As a child, she attended the public schools of Terrell County with her siblings: Solomon Green, Dorene Lloyd, Fletcher Green, Sr., Roosevelt Green, Sr. and Burdell Nelson, all who preceded her in death. She was the youngest of the family.
In later years, she met and married Mr. Clifford ‘Brim’ Adams. Their union was blessed with a daughter, Annie Vera Adams, who preceded her in death. She also gained a stepson, the late Jessie James Adams, whom she loved dearly. She was dedicated to blessing her home and worked faithfully to do so.
Sis. Adams loved the Lord. This love and dedication led her to join Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, Sasser, GA. She was a very active member, who believed in attending church faithfully. She served in many capacities and was deemed a “Golden Girl” by her Pastor. Sis. Adams enjoyed fellowshipping with others. Her smile, demeanor and “graceful walk” would light up the room. She was glad just to be in the number “ONE MORE TIME”.
On Sunday, July 15, 2012, surrounded by family and friends, Sis. Adams quietly slipped away to be with her maker.
For 95 blessed years, Sis. Pauline Adams touched the lives of many who met her on this journey. She leaves to cherish these memories, a devoted man that she called her son, Jessie “Sonny” Green, Sasser, GA; four dedicated grandsons, Pastor Willard O. (Evangelist Tracy) Weston, Sr., Dawson, GA, Kelvin Green, Dea. Roderick (Shumonica) Green and Clifton Green, all of Sasser, GA; a granddaughter, Josephine Soilberry, Sasser, GA; two nieces and a nephew reared as her own, Pearline Quiller, Augusta, GA, Mary Frances Goodman and Dennis (Annie) Green, both of Albany, GA; extended grandchildren, Eddie (Louise) Shiloh and Lois English, both of Albany, GA; two individuals she called her other grands, Frederick and Tonya Hall, both of Albany, GA; a daughter-in-law, Clara Adams, Albany, GA; four dedicated nieces and nephews, Minnie Jewel Muff, Dawson, GA, Nettie (Preston) Maddox, Monticello, FL, Eddie (Nona) Green, Orlando, FL and Jimmy Mullin, Albany, GA; thirteen great-grandchildren whom she loved and cherished; a god child, Chauntice Ward and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends.
A special thanks to the staff and friends at the Robert L. Albritten Neighborhood Service Center, Dawson, GA, who were dear to her.