Sally “Gigi” Lanette Adams, 68, passed away peacefully on October 19th 2021, in Gilbert Arizona. She was born to Richard and Georgia Adams in Des Moines, Iowa in 1953. Sally led a very meaningful life, with every moment her own adventure. Sally enjoyed helping all in need, studying God’s word, hiking and almost any outdoor adventure. However, all would be put on hold to care for family and friends.
Sally worked as a nurse for over forty years, during this time she completed her Master of Science in Nursing. In her time as a nurse Sally mainly worked in the OR. She held several leadership roles and later enjoyed travel nursing. Sally used her skills in missions, traveling to Kenya. She desired to complete further mission trips if her health had allowed.
Sally is survived by three sisters, Sharon Kinzel, Sandra Wallace, Samantha Adams; a daughter Amy Highland and a son-in-law Chad Highland; a son Jason Roswold and a daughter-in-law Rebekah Roswold; seven grand children Brianna Prichard, Mersadees Sten, Cassandra Roswold, Sydney Prichard, Nevaeh Nordlund, Colin Prichard and Chance Roswold; and a great-grandchild Isabel Cervantes.
Arrangements by Gilbert Memorial Park, www.gilbertmemorialpark.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but gilbertmemorialpark.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.
Mike and I are sending blessings of love and strength for the loss of Sally. She was such a beautiful spirit. May she now have peace.
Revelation 21:4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. I pray this will comfort you and your family
So sad to hear about Sal. I knew her from bible class, We became good friends and fun and camaraderie. God will welcome her home.😢
Sally will truly be missed as she was such a blessing to so many of us; always had a ready smile and a warm greeting whenever I saw her. My heart and prayers go out to the family as you navigate this untimely & sad loss. But be encouraged, the goodbye is only temporary and she will be there to greet each of you in heaven when you’ll be reunited for eternity; from then on there will never be another goodbye. Hugs to you all.
Dear Amy and Family,
May all your good memories of your Mom’s wonderful loving care for yourselves and so many others , and her laughter and zest for life be a great comfort to you now and in the years ahead. May her deep faith be a guide for you, as well. Sally was so dearly loved by many.