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Obituary: Carolyn Adams

Carolyn Adams
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Carolyn Adams

October 21, 1950 – November 13, 2020

Carolyn Lynn Adams was born on October 21, 1950 in Craig, Colorado. She passed away on November 13, 2020 at the Sandrock Ridge Care Center in Craig, Colorado.

Carolyn grew up on a ranch in the Brown’s Park area and graduated from Moffat County High School. Carolyn and Steve (Stevie) F. Adams were married on September 4, 1971 and lived in Laramie for a short time. They then moved to Snake River and purchased their ranch near Dad later moving to a ranch east of Baggs.

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Carolyn served on the Little Snake River Valley School Advisory Board and the Carbon County School District #1 Board of Education. She was a founding board member of the Little Snake River Rural Health Care District and served as president of the board. She was a member of Cowbelles. She supported and helped organize youth rodeo activities and Amazing River Kids (ARK). She was an active member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Dixon. She enjoyed following her sons as they participated in sports and activities.

Carolyn is survived by her sons, Nathone (Annie) Adams and Warren Adams; grandchildren, Royce and Ryal Adams, all of Baggs; her brother Larry Solace; sister-in-laws Debbie Boykin and Dolly Bollis; brother-in-laws Mike and Pat Adams; and her faithful caregiver Jenn Terry and her children, Joey, Mason, Kash, Kodi, Gentry and Kenni.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Steve and her parents, Cheston and Warrine Solace.

Memorial services will be held on November 23 at 1 p.m. at the Valley Community Center in Baggs, WY. Memorials may be made to Amazing River Kids in care of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, PO Box 68, Dixon, WY 82323.


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