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Judy Elaine Adams

Judy Elaine Adams
April 20
14:32 2021

Judy Elaine Adams, 78, of Breckenridge, passed away surrounded by her loved ones in Eastland on April 17, 2021. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at the Sunset Memorial Gardens in Odessa, Texas, with Bobby Brazel officiating the service.

Judy Elaine Hopkins was born on April 9, 1943, in Electra, Texas, to parents, John and Lilly Hopkins. She was raised most of her young adult life in the area until the family moved to Kermit. It was during high school that she met Tommy Adams. They fell in love and married after graduation in June of 1961. The couple spent thirty-plus years together until his passing in 1993. The couple was blessed with three children, JC, Charles, and Dana. The family enjoyed many events over the years together, but their time of living in Indonesia was a highlight to all of them. Tommy’s job took them there and they held that time together as fond memories.

Judy enjoyed sewing, embroidery, and being a seamstress for others. She spent many years as a Den Mother for the Cub Scouts in Kermit. Judy loved to watch the hummingbirds in her yard, as well as, collecting any memorabilia that had hummingbirds on them. Her time spent with grandkids was always a highlight in her life. Listening to their stories about the sports they were playing was a memory she valued. Anytime she could sneak away with grandkids to fish or watch them play sports was of priority.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Tommy Adams; son, JC Adams; daughter, Dana Mott Browder; sister, Jane Crawford; and two great-grandchildren.

She is survived by a son, Charles Adams of Breckenridge; special granddaughter, Jessica of Eastland; ten grandchildren; and fourteen great-grandchildren. The family would like to thank the Eastland Nursing and Rehab Facility for their tremendous care they took with her.

Memorials can be made in her name to the local Meals on Wheels and may be left at the Melton Kitchens Funeral Home. Condolence can be made at

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