Susan Jane (Crismon) Adams

Susan Jane (Crismon) Adams
Susan Jane (Crismon) Adams

Susan Jane (Crismon) Adams, 85, of Amarillo, TX passed away on March 15, 2022.

Services will be at 10:00 A.M., Friday, March 18, 2022, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Burial will be at West Park Cemetery in Hereford, TX. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Susan was born on July 8, 1936, in Oklahoma City, OK to William and Donnie (Rushing) Crismon.  Her claim to fame was that she was the only sibling to be born in a hospital!  She graduated high school from Seminole, TX; received her bachelor’s degree in teaching from Abilene Christian College, and her master’s degree from West Texas State University in 1967.  Her teaching career lasted 39 years with 35 of those years teaching mainly first grade at Northwest Elementary in Hereford, TX.  She was known to referee the teacher vs student’s volleyball games where the students always won!!  She was passionate about teaching, summer vacations, and her granddaughters!  Susan was a devout Christian and loved serving the Lord and was a member of the South Georgia Church of Christ family.

Susan is survived by children, Terri and Bennett Loy, Katrina Adams, and Loree Adams; and granddaughters, Sierra Adams, and Allegra Loy.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Bob T Adams; parents, William and Donnie Crismon; sisters, Jean Wascher, and Joanne Bebe; and one mischievous brother, Bud Crismon.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Satellite Center in Hereford.

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9 Replies to “Susan Jane (Crismon) Adams”

  1. Katrina. I’m. Sorry. Losing. Your. Mom. She. Was. A. Good. Friend. To. Me. Your. Mom. Was. A. Sweet. Lady. To. Me. Katrina. You. In. My. Thoughts. And. Prayers.

  2. I only just now saw this post. Mrs. Adams was my first grade teacher when we moved to Hereford in 1969. With some of my classmates and me to contend with, sometimes I’m surprised she stayed in teaching. I loved her because she was tall (I loved her height probably because I was tall as well) and kind and she made me feel at ease even though I came to school so late in the year. I have never forgotten her smile. Terri, I’m so very sorry for your and Loree’s loss.

  3. Susan was my mentor in many ways. We shared the joys of teaching & love of life. We also had some sorrows along the way. I am so glad she was a part of my life. It was a privilege to know her and I miss her.

  4. So much love for Susan and her family. Many fond memories of her as my first grade teacher and she was my ex mother in laws best friend as they taught school together for many years. Prayers of comfort to all her family. May she Rest In Peace.

  5. Terri,
    I’m so sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. May God bless you and your family during this difficult time.

  6. I remember Mrs. Adams catching me turning the lights off in the boys restroom. She did not approve ! Lol. I’ll never forget her !

  7. So sorry to hear about your sweet momma! She was a sweet lady, great teacher, and a good friend to my mom!
    Love & Prayers !!❤️🙏🏻

  8. Terri, please know you are in my prayers as you adjust to your dear momma’s physical absence. Your momma loved life and I believe she used every ounce until her homecoming to be with our Lord.

    I have thought of you so often during the years. Feel free to contact me so we can catch up!

    Much love,
    Kelly Cherry Ramirez

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