ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Eula Adams. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Sodengi Mills on May 11, 2021
Eula,
You will Forever be Loved!! Never Forgotten! What fortune I had to have met you!!! You overcame so many things! What an inspiration and encouragement you were!! Thank you for the Love and Guidance you shared! Rest in Power, Ms. Eula Marie Adams!! Sending prayers of Peace and Love to the family and for your quick repose!!
Love u Always Girlie Gurl!! Mwah!
--Sodengi
Posted by Alice Quaye on May 4, 2021
It has been very difficult for me to share my feelings about Eula because every time I start to think about our relationship I’m overcome with emotions. I’ve known Eula for 45 years and she has always always been there for me, supporting me, understanding me 100% from day one. I have so many many memories of her. We never had any arguments and only one misunderstanding in those 45 years and we never ended a conversation without saying how much we loved each other.
Posted by Kimberly Davis on May 3, 2021
Sending my deepest condolence, love and prayer to your Family Renee, Baja, John and the rest of the Family

I had the opportunity to meet you Eula at the tender age of 15. I left your family life at the age of 19 because moving out of the neighborhood. I was reunited with you again once I started practicing buddhism because of Renee. We had many great time together. Thank you for having me in your life. Until we meet again. Love & Peace
Posted by Lynn Osborne-Simmons on May 2, 2021
So much to say...
Thanks for all of the encouragement over the years!
Your smile and gentleness carried such a beautiful sentiment.
See you in the next life at Majani’s!!!
Posted by Tanya Jones on May 2, 2021
Remembering our times of chanting at your apartment and later walking on the lakefront. We laughed about our challenges with weight and encouraged each other. Missing your friendly spirit and how your smile brightened a room.
Posted by Carolyn Frazier on May 2, 2021
My friend Eula,
We had so many special times together! We both loved the South Shore Culture Ctr and spent many days and nights there having a blast! You knew how to have a good time and always made me come out of my shell. I’ll miss you dearly. Keeping your family in my thoughts and prayers. Love Pat ❤️
Posted by Renee Lee on May 2, 2021
Words from Jumana Malik

No more worries, rest in peace!
Posted by Renee Lee on May 2, 2021
When I think of you my dear QUEEN, I will see your beautiful smile & jazzy style. Being able to walk down the street to my district mtgs was the absolute best! Having personal time with you & you always asking about my girls showed genuine care. You beat the heck out of every health challenge.
With your confident Buddhist practice you encouraged many. Showing your FIGHTING spirit you continued to have victory.
REST WELL!❤
Posted by Renee Woods on May 2, 2021
My deepest condolences to Reneé, Baja and John and all family and friends who love and will miss Ms. Eula.

Knowing “Moppy” was a gift and a pleasure. She was sweet, lively, dramatic and always had a smile on that beautiful face. Reneé, thank you for sharing all this good times with your mom with me...I won’t forget.

To my sister Reneé, I know it seems she’s gone to soon,

Rest in Heaven Eula.
Posted by renee poindexter on April 29, 2021
Until we meet again
We think about you always.
We talk about you still.
You will never be forgotten.
We hold you close within our hearts
    and there you will remain.
To walk and guide us through our lives.
Until we meet again.

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Posted by Sodengi Mills on May 11, 2021
Eula,
You will Forever be Loved!! Never Forgotten! What fortune I had to have met you!!! You overcame so many things! What an inspiration and encouragement you were!! Thank you for the Love and Guidance you shared! Rest in Power, Ms. Eula Marie Adams!! Sending prayers of Peace and Love to the family and for your quick repose!!
Love u Always Girlie Gurl!! Mwah!
--Sodengi
Posted by Alice Quaye on May 4, 2021
It has been very difficult for me to share my feelings about Eula because every time I start to think about our relationship I’m overcome with emotions. I’ve known Eula for 45 years and she has always always been there for me, supporting me, understanding me 100% from day one. I have so many many memories of her. We never had any arguments and only one misunderstanding in those 45 years and we never ended a conversation without saying how much we loved each other.
Posted by Kimberly Davis on May 3, 2021
Sending my deepest condolence, love and prayer to your Family Renee, Baja, John and the rest of the Family

I had the opportunity to meet you Eula at the tender age of 15. I left your family life at the age of 19 because moving out of the neighborhood. I was reunited with you again once I started practicing buddhism because of Renee. We had many great time together. Thank you for having me in your life. Until we meet again. Love & Peace
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Remembering Eula❤️

Shared by renee poindexter on April 30, 2021
Remembering Eula
Thinking of you, your smile, eyes filled with rays of sunshine and that special twinkle in your eyes. Your love of your family, always ready to assist. 
Always smiling, but you wouldn’t hesitate, if a small correction was needed. Your willingness to listen, and with that special pat on the wrist she would give you in affirmation of your truth and that huge smile. Man could she and would she sing. She loved to sing. 
We spent our younger years discovering and finding ourselves with Renee along for the ride. 
Missing your laughter my dear friend. 

Janet Hall-Herod
Shared by Renee Lee on May 2, 2021
The fun we had at Boots And Saddles Ranch line dance with Jumana.

My fondest moment with Eula

Shared by Tanya Goins on April 29, 2021
I can remember when I used to work with EULA & she would have me make Jazz CDs for her. She played those Jazz CD so much in fact she would drive us little crazy because she had this habit of humming to the tune of the music. I am going to miss you Eula but I will see you at the resurrection.
Tanya Cashaw-Goins