Mary Angela Adams of Falmouth, who was known as Mimi, died November 5 after living with heart disease for her entire life. She was 75.
Following her graduation from Salve Regina College, Ms. Adams began a career at the Massachusetts State Unemployment Office. For many years she lived in Marblehead.
Born in Charleston, South Carolina, she was the daughter of William J. Adams and Cornelia G. (Duffy) Adams. She and her seven siblings were raised in North Dighton and North Falmouth.
Beginning when Ms. Adams was 4, her family spent their summers at New Silver Beach in Falmouth. She and two sisters were photographed by the Enterprise in August 1998 as among those celebrating the friendships and long history of that community during a dinner that culminated the events for the centennial of the Silver Beach Improvement Association.
She leaves her twin, Cornelia C. Adams of Hampstead, New Hampshire, and her siblings William J. Adams III, Kathleen A. Fallon, Thomas D. Adams, Susan M. Furlani and Michael P. Adams, all of Falmouth; as well as many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister Virginia A. Adams.
Services will be private.