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Patricia L (Roberts) Adames
November 5, 1942 ~ May 3, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Patricia Louise Adames (Roberts) was the daughter of the late Raymond Hall Roberts and Ruth Keenan Roberts. Patricia "Pat" was a kind gentle woman who made all who knew her feel welcome and accepted. She was the mother of three daughters, Ruth Thompson, Tanya Adames (Danny) and Noelle Adames (Chris). She had four grandchildren, Jimmy McCann, Sasha Earnest (Thomas), Myriah Poulin and Ruthie Webber and two great grandchildren, Tommy and Robert Jeffrey. She was the sister of Michael Roberts and was predeceased by her brother Raymond Jr. Originally from Brookline, Pat spent many years living in Norwood, Westwood, Southern California and Marshfield before settling in Walpole. Growing up, she spent summers in Scituate. Following in her mother's footsteps, Pat attended Emmanuel College, and later earned a master's degree in Psychology from Bridgewater State College. Her heart was in helping others. She was a case manager with South Shore Elder Services in Braintree for many years before retiring. Social justice, equity and diversity were important to Pat. She was a fan and supporter of WGBH, NPR and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren. Before she married, Pat did a lot of traveling - to Hawaii, the Caribbean and Europe. She had hoped to take a ride on the Orient Express. She had dogs for most of her life, usually beagles, and her beloved rescue dog Micki. She leave behind her cat Tommy Cat. She loved all things Yoda, enjoyed "Call the Midwife" and the original "Dr. Who," She found a sense of calm by the ocean and indulged in coffee ice cream. After suffering a brain bleed, Pat never regained consciousness and passed into her next adventure in the manner she had wanted - surrounded by family, with classical music, as well as the music of John Denver and Bob Marley, playing She leaves a gaping hole in the lives of those who loved her. A Celebration of Life will take place sometime this summer