Well-known expatriate Mary adams dies at 92
Longtime resident Costa Rican resident Mary Adams died Monday, Oct. 26, of complications following a stroke that had kept her bedridden since August. She was 92.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States, in 1917 of Irish parents, Mary spent most of her adult years outside the continental U.S. With her first husband, Maj. Qilliam Reed Adams, she made her home in Alaska, Europe and Asia during their 15-year marriage. She and her family lived in New Jersey for 10 years while she was married to Andre DeVulder, of Belgium. She was widowed twice.
Mary Adams is survived by a son, William; a daughter, Barbara; a sister, Margaret Davis; two grandsons, Esteban and Daniel; a daughter-in-law, Ana Picado; and a son-in-law, Kevin Huey.
Angela Mary Theólogos
Angela Mary Theólogos, a longtime resident of Costa Rica and wife of well-known artist Jim Theólogos, died Thursday at Hospital Calderón Guardia while undergoing surgery. Funeral arrangements had not been made as of late yesterday afternoon.
Donald Jay Snedeker
Funeral services for Donald Jay Snedeker will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, at UnityChurch in Piedades de Santa Ana. He was a longtime resident of Costa Rica and a educator, reader, tennis player and yoga enthusiast.
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