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Bernice McAdoo

FORT WORTH-Bernice McAdoo passed away Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the age of 93.
Memorial service: 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 15, 2019 at Trinity Terrace.
Bernice was born June 8, 1925 to the late Willie Lee and Yule’ Sloan Hughes in Durant, Oklahoma. She was a homemaker who loved to cook and sew for herself and her children. She developed a strong interest in Louisiana cuisine after they moved to Louisiana. She went to cooking classes and read numerous books on the subject. Bernice and Cecil were sponsors and strong supporters of the youth group in their church for many years. Bernice was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and friend and will be deeply missed.
Bernice is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Cecil McAdoo who passed away on April 9, 2003.
Survivors: Daughter, Pamela Sullivan; granddaughter, Joann Summer; granddaughter, Jennifer Sullivan; great granddaughter, Karen Isacson; great grandson, Calvan “Bubba” Summer; great grandson, Forrest Summer; great granddaughter, Victoria Hernandez; great-great grandson, David Isacson; and many friends from Trinity Terrace.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Aunt Bernice was such a sweet and lovely lady – always cared about her family and friends and was so very stylish and pretty. I’m glad she is finally with her beloved Cecil whom she missed so much.

  2. I am sorry for your loss.

  3. NENE I miss you so much. You were more than just a grandmother to me and Jenny. I love you so much. I’m going to miss hearing you laugh, but I know you are in a wonderful place. You and Nannad are together again. I hope you watch us from above with a smile on you face.

    • Joann,
      I’m so sorry your Nene passed. My mom (Susie) and I visited with her about 6 months ago. She was so proud of you! She was the only aunt I had and I will miss her.
      Amy Byrd

  4. I never got the pleasure of meeting Ms. McAdoo, but I know she was greatly loved and will be greatly missed by all of the people around her and those that lived far, but loved hard. She will be missed, rest in peace Ms. Bernice McAdoo.

  5. Michele and Joe Parra

    I’m so sorry for the loss of such a caring, sweet lady. I’m so glad my son , Luke Isacson, got to meet her before he and Karen married. Her family loved her so much. Rest In Peace.

  6. Heather Lively Burdsall

    She was the best! So many of my favorite childhood memories were playing in her home. She would let us take bubble baths in her giant tub when we were kids and bring us snacks and let us drink out of fancy glasses while we played. She was the sweetest and will be dearly missed.

  7. Kenneth Polito

    Dearest Bernice, I will miss our Sunday visits. You were a sweet and classy lady. I loved laughing together and discussing politics. May you be reunited with Cecil. Give George and Miriam a hug for me. May you rest with the angels. — Love,

  8. Aunt Nice was my great aunt. I loved when she and uncle Cecil would come to visit or we would visit them. Nice and my granny were sisters who were so very close. My heart is saddened at her passing but happy that she and Cecil and my granny are together.

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