Ms. Sweetie Adams

  • Born: September 8, 1935
  • Died: October 3, 2020
  • Location: Waterbury, Connecticut

Chapel Memorial Funeral Home

35-37 Grove Street
Waterbury, CT 06710

Tel. (203) 755-4370

Tribute & Message From The Family


Message From The Family

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Mrs. Sweetie Adams, 85, of Robbins St., passed away unexpectedly Saturday, October 3, 2020, at home.

Mrs. Adams was born September 8, 1935, in Montgomery, AL, daughter to the late John Henry and Julia Mae (Ballard) Stenson.

Sweetie was educated in the Alabama Public School System where she graduated from Carver High School. In 1967, she relocated to Waterbury. Sweetie was employed at Waterbury Hospital, as a Dietary Supervisor, for 33 years before her retirement. She was a longtime member of Zion Baptist Church where she was an active member of the Pastor's Aide Committee, for many years. Sweetie was an elegant dresser that never missed an opportunity to wear one of her many dazzling outfits along with one of her signature hats, which completed her ensemble. She enjoyed cooking, dancing, sewing and took exceptional joy in shopping. She was a very compassionate, kind and giving soul that loved people. Her birth name was who she was. She was a SWEET PERSON that always thought of others before thinking of herself. Every birthday, holiday, or special occasion, she thoughtfully remembered her friends and family by giving them gifts. Sweeties life was enriched with family and friends and will be remembered for her beautiful smile and warm heart that she unselfishly shared with everyone.
She leaves to cherish her memories a son; Walter Adams, three sisters; her beloved Estell Stenson of Waterbury (not one day or night went by without them greeting each other), Annette Cooper of Waterbury, and Patricia Savage of New Jersey, two brothers; Greg (Lori) Stenson of Prospect and James E. Stenson of Montgomery, AL. She was predeceased by a son; Gary Adams.


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I am so sorry to hear of Ms. Sweetie's passing. She was a role model of style and grace. I will miss seeing her at church and our teasing about each other's outfit. She was always with her sister by her side. May she rest in the Lord's arms at peace

Posted by Michele Saavedra - Waterbury, CT - Friend   January 25, 2021

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I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH MS ADAMS AT WATERBURY HOSPITAL MANY YEARS AGO. MAY SHE REST IN PARADISE. CONDOLENCES AND PRAYERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY.

Posted by RHODA WILLIAMS - HARTFORD, CT - Acquaintance   October 26, 2020

Sweetie was such a good woman who will be missed by many. She loved giving. She always had some kind of gift to give. My condolences to the family.

Posted by Desiree Ciasullo - Middlebury, CT - Friend   October 12, 2020

To Greg,Lori and the rest of the family, sending my sincere condolences and praying that you all will find comfort in each other

Posted by Toni Fisher - Hartford, CT - Friend   October 10, 2020

My deepest sympathy to Sweetie's family. She was my boss (almost 50years ago). Great lady. May she Rest In Peace.

Posted by Marion Gambucci- Buonocore - Waterbury, CT - Coworker   October 08, 2020

Sweetie will be dearly missed. I know she will watching over from above.

Posted by Cori - Waterbury, CT - Friend   October 08, 2020

I worked with Sweetie in dietary at Waterbury Hospital for many years. She was such a nice person to work with. Always smiling and laughing. I am so sorry for your loss. May she Rest In Peace!

Posted by Regina Bianca - Naugatuck, CT - Friend   October 08, 2020

I am so sorry for your lost sending my condolences to you i hate i didn't get to see her in so long but you guys were an is always in my thoughts i love you

Posted by Julia Taylor - Montgomery, AL - Family   October 07, 2020

I'm Auntie Sweetie P Adams niece from Montgomery Al. Daughter of her late brother John E Stinson. I love her so much. She gave me so much advice and we would talk for hours. I really e we ish I could make her service but I can't. She will be missed so much. Much love to my auntie Estelle

Posted by Sylvia James - Montgomery, AL - Friend   October 07, 2020


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