At the request of Adrienne, she wished to have a "Celebration of a Life Well Lived." She advised her loved ones to make her send off a party and her Obituary to be comical. The details of her celebration are her own ideas and honored by the people who love her the most. She requested that her life story did not read like a resume because Heaven doesn't have a time clock and no one cares about what high school you went to.
Adrienne Beverly Womack Adler was born December 13th, 1960 to the late Thornton and Frances Womack. She was a Delco Gal who didn't like the city because she hated making left hand turns. She was a responsible driver that kept her hands at 10 and 2, and took the rules of the road seriously.
Adrienne affectionately known as Abbie, loved peppermints, and could polish off a whole cheesecake by herself. Her hobbies included watching Hallmark Movies about love, magic and mayhem. She enjoyed the complex story lines. She loved watching Walker Texas Ranger; probably because she could identify with his strength.
Adrienne invented spinach dip. In her free time she won gardening contests, frequently went to thrift shops and flea markets, creating something beautiful out of nothing and loving out loud.
Adrienne believed that strangers were friends she hadn't met yet; she made that known when she became the Mayor of a small cul-de-sac in Upper Darby.
Abbie was spiritual and kept God first and foremost and believed that her love and devotion to others was her ticket into Heaven. She displayed this in her everyday life with always feeding the hopeless with hope and encouragement. Her favorite line was, "I'm not complaining, just explaining."
Adrienne was a devoted wife to Dave for almost 40 years. The two eloped with $35 and celebrated their union with grilled cheese sandwiches on fancy bread. The two frequently bonded over Jeopardy and folk songs from the Old Country. (Buffet)
Adrienne, loving mother to Megan, who shared an unbreakable bond, partly because she molded her monster into the likeness of herself. They enjoyed watching the "Imitation of Life" with the volume off, and making up their own story lines while eating the "Imitation of Oreos". (No frill snacks still taste the same)
Adrienne could play the piano by ear, and then once she got tired, she would use her fingers instead. She was multifaceted.
Adrienne left a footprint on the universe. It is said, that you really never die until people stop saying kind words about you. With that being said, she will live in our hearts forever.
Adrienne leaves to keep her legacy; her devoted husband David, sarcastic daughter Megan, and a high maintenance cat named Black Jack. And the hundreds of people whose lives she touched.
Relatives and friends are invited to her Celebration of a Life Well Lived 4:00 P.M. Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at the Logan Funeral Home, 57 S. Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083. A Visitation will be held 3:00 to 4:00 P.M. at the Funeal Home also. Interment private.
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