Minnie Adams Obituary, Minnie Adams Has Passed Away

Minnie Adams Obituary, Death – Kimball, which is located in McDowell County, West Virginia, is the place where Minnie Evelyn (Booth) Adams was born on December 28th, 1931. Her parents were named Ira Booth and Edna Booth. After William Kermit and Jackie, Jackie was the second of Ira Jr. and Minnie Evelyn’s four children to be born. Jackie came in after Jackie.
She went on to complete her formal education at Kimball High School and graduated with the other students in the class of 1948.
In 1955, the Scales family relocated to 994 East Spring Street in Columbus, Ohio.

At the time of the transfer, all four of the family’s children were still living at home. At the time, Thomas, William, Calvin, and Leonard II Scales were the couple’s children. Their husband at the time was Leonard Lee Scales Jr. After the birth of their child Sherita, the mother found employment first at Reebs Restaurant and afterward at Burger Boy Mainliner. After that, I was able to secure a position working as a nursing assistant at the Ohio State University Medical Center. Prior to making the decision to retire earlier than planned, she had spent close to twenty-five (25) years working for Western Electric.

She was baptized and filled with the Holy Spirit after attending The End Time Church, which she attended on a regular basis. Mom passed away at 11:27 a.m. on November 5, 2022, and she is finally at peace for all of eternity. Mom’s parents, a baby brother named William, an older brother named Ira Jr., and an older sister named Jackie all passed away before she did. Leonard L. Scales, her partner Pete Adams, Leonard L. Scales’ son Thomas Edwin, and Leonard L. Scales’ grandson William K. Scales II are all pictured here.
The celebration of her life is being attended by her sons William K. (Gwen) Scales, Calvin J. (Barbara) Scales, and Leonard L. Scales; her daughter Sherita L. (Derrick) Reeves; her grandchildren Sherrie M.C., Camika, Taneka, Diana, Annie, James, and Leonard III; her 14 great-grandchildren; and a very close friend named Aida Parks, in addition to a large number of other