In Loving Memory of Coty Ann Adams
It is with great sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Coty Ann Adams, a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Coty Ann peacefully left this earthly realm on December 25, 2023, in Bosque Farms, NM, at the age of 80.
Born on December 5, 1943, in San Diego, California, Coty Ann was a remarkable woman whose gentle nature, unwavering faith, and boundless love touched the lives of all those who had the privilege of knowing her. Her genuine kindness and selflessness were evident in every aspect of her life.
Coty Ann devoted her life to her family and made a loving home for them. As a housewife, she nurtured and cared for her loved ones, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere that was the heart of their lives together. Her unwavering commitment to her family was matched only by her deep devotion to her faith and her church family.
Throughout her life, Coty Ann found solace and inspiration within the pages of the Bible, reading it cover to cover twice. She was a prayer warrior, lifting up the needs of others and serving as an angel on Earth to those who sought her guidance and support. Her passion for people was unparalleled, and she will be remembered as a strong presence in the lives of those she touched.
When she wasn't immersed in her cherished role as a mother and grandmother, Coty Ann found joy in the simple pleasures of life. She loved spending time outdoors, tending to her garden, and delighting in the beauty of hummingbirds. Her green thumb and love for planting flowers brought vibrancy and life to her surroundings.
She leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories in the hearts of her surviving relatives. Coty Ann is survived by her daughter Lisa Smith, granddaughter Khrystle Dual, son William Guthrie, grandsons Noah Smith and Jacob Smith, grandchild Royal Watson, step-granddaughter Jennifer Miller, step-grandson Alec Lillard, great-granddaughters Lyla Miller and Olivia Merila, and great-granddaughters Mary Dual and Ariel Dual. She is also survived by her brother Larry Cox and brother-in-law Vernie Adams, whose lives were enriched by her presence.
In this time of grief, let us gather together to remember and pay tribute to a woman who embraced life with compassion, celebrated the beauty of family, and found solace in her unwavering faith. Although she may no longer be physically with us, Coty Ann's spirit will forever live on in our hearts as a cherished and irreplaceable presence.
Forever loved, forever missed, may Coty Ann Adams find eternal peace and rest in the loving embrace of her Lord and Savior.