A beautiful woman delights the eye; a wise woman, the understanding; a pure one, the soul.
~ Minna Antrim
  • 88 years old
  • Born on March 30, 1926 in Denver, Colorado, United States.
  • Passed away on May 25, 2014 in Denver, Colorado, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, LaNore Adamson, 88, born on March 30, 1926 and passed away on May 25, 2014. We will remember her forever. Please feel free to share your thoughs, memories and wishes for the family here.

Posted by Linda Riggs on 18th July 2014
We were all very sorry to hear about Lenore's passing. She was a truly beautiful & inspirational lady. Our Dad, Jack Allen and Lenore went to North High School together and became life long friends with many memorable years of fishing, hunting and water skiing together with both of our families. Linda, Barb, Dan & Vicki (children of Jack & Jeanne Allen)
Posted by Krisi Johnson on 6th June 2014
Dear Adamson Family, Glen and I are so very sorry for your loss! We know exactly what you are going through and our praying for all of you that God will bring you peace. LaNore was such a special person and was always so kind and loving to us. We are so grateful for the wonderful friendship that Ray and LaNore had with Ken & Lil...that was something special and we love looking at all the pictures of their adventures!! Glen and I will always remember the wonderful shower LaNore gave us when we got married way back in 1978. It was so cute and creative...a picnic theme...I still have the picnic basket they gave us!! You can rest assured that two very loving and caring people are reunited under Gods care now...exactly where they were destined to be! We will be keeping you all in our prayers and if you need anything, please just give us a call! We have a little experience with what you are going through right now! Much Love, Glen & Kris Johnson & Family
Posted by Jennifer Easthope on 29th May 2014
Services for LaNore will be held Friday June 6th at 10:30 a.m. @ Drinkwine Mortuary in Littleton. More information can be found on their website www.drinkwinemortuary.com
Posted by Jennifer Easthope on 26th May 2014
Rest In Forever Loving Peace Aunt LaNore. You will never be forgotten.
Posted by Rick Okamatsu on 26th May 2014
I am deeply saddened by the loss of your Mother. I will always remember her as one of the nicest and smartest persons I ever had the good fortune to meet and get to know. I remember her from when I attended kindergarten at Sabin Elementary School with her son Scott and being surprised how she knew my first name when I was in the office. Throughout the years growing up from Junior High School all the way to Graduation, Scott and I became great friends and I was fortunate to have been associated with his Family. I always admired his Parents and held them in very high regard. "Mrs. A" was always so classy and proper. She would always greet me with a Hi Ricky! and ask how I was and how my Folks were doing with her genuine smile. She had a great adittude towards life and was always positive. I can't ever remember her being mad even when Scott and I would get caught doing something we should not have been doing. She was always the educator as well, and I remember being in the car on the road to Jackson Hole, and she explained what a mirage was when we could see what seemed to always get farther away from us as we drove. I remember it being in stark contrast from what "Mr. A" had said on the road because I could not and never did see/find the Native American "falling rock" guy in the Mountains,rocks or clouds. I had lost contact with Scott for a number of years but was reunited with him and I was very happy that both Ray and LaNore remembered me as if they had last seen me a month ago. after all of those years, "Mrs. A" still asked me how I was and how my folks were doing with the same smile. I will always remember both Ray and LaNore as the two cornerstones of a great family who through hard work and dedication, had and shared many successes. I will never forget two of the greatest people I have ever known and how they always made me feel so welcome in their lives. My sincerest condolances to all of the Adamson's and their family members. May God comfort all of you and help you through this most difficult of times. Two of the most loved Angels are now reunited in Heaven. My prayers and the prayers of my family are with you.

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