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Dorothy Kaye Adams
March 13, 1955 ~ September 29, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Dorothy (Dot) Kaye Adams was born to the late Azalee Lemons-Evans and Horce Adams on March 13, 1955. On September 29. 2023, God came down and took hold of her hand and said daughter do not fear, I am here to take you home and he brought a new set of wings to take his angel home.
Dot attended Stevens Mayo and later completed her education by receiving her GED. She accepted Christ at an early age and sang in the choir as a member of Friendship Baptist Church of Hallettsville, Texas and attended Faith Temple. She continued serving the Lord at The Safe House Church. Throughout the years Dot developed many relationships in the community of Hallettsville and held many titles. Such as "Nanny Dot", Granny Dot", "Doctor Dot". "Aunt Dot", and "Mama Dot", it did not matter the Ethnicity. gender or background. She was loving, caring and not afraid to discipline with love.
Dot loved sports and she was the #1 Braham Fan, yearling fan and also supported the little league sporting events. She was the one to call when tickets needed to be sold for bake sales or if you just needed a ride.
Dot was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother to her grandchildren who were |The apples of her eye". She leaves to cherish her memory; father, Horace Adams; daughters, La Shonda Adams and Shonta Adams-Porter and husband Raphael); two brothers, Bishop Lemons, Jr and H.K. Adams;8 sisters, Carolyn Adams (twin Sister), Beverlyn Paige, twins, Yvonne and Shorn Evans, Marjorie Evans, Betty Grisby, Faye Alexander and husband James, and Judy Terry. Two aunts, Johnnie McAfee and Ivory Foley and great aunt, Beatrice Pleasant. Her grandchildren, Ja'Kree Porter, Ja'Korick Thomas, Ja'Kyia Adams, Ashton Adams and wife Ashley, Ashlyn Adams and God Child, Ebony Shephard. She is also survived by a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.