Alma (Harris) Adams, 86, passed away on December 23, 2018. She was a resident of Colorado Springs for 58 years.
She was born during the Dust Bowl days in Cimarron, Kansas in 1932. She married Van Adams in 1954 in Dodge City, Kansas. Van passed away in 1986.
Alma is survived by her beloved sister, Hazel Skinner, and brother, Harvey Harris, along with many treasured nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her son, Todd, married to Wendy (Rumovitz) and their children, Jessica and Derek. Her daughter, Holly, who was Alma’s main care giver, also survives.
Alma was a lifelong educator. She began her career in several small towns in Kansas before coming to Colorado. Here, she taught English at Widefield High School. She retired in 1995. She attended Security Christian Church (now Pikes Peak Christian) for many years.
Many summers in her life were spent camping and exploring her beloved Rocky Mountains. After retirement; traveling the United States and Europe, gardening and kitty cats became her passions.
Alma will be interred next to Van at Shrine of Remembrance in Colorado Springs, Colorado.