In Memory

Barbara Bush (McAdams)

Barbara Bush (McAdams)

     East High Leopards
Class of 1965

Barbara "BC" Bush McAdams 1947 ~ 2007 Barbara Lucile Bush McAdams, "BC", 60, of Draper passed away peacefully in her home with her husband by her side after a courageous battle with cancer. Born May 15, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah the daughter of F. Wendel Bush and J. Lucile Bush. She married John L. McAdams February 10, 1978 in Elko, NV. Their marriage was solemnized September 12, 1986 in the Jordan River Temple. BC was known for her great faith and generous spirit. She had great passion for art, music, and floral design. Survivors include her husband, John L. McAdams, children Bobbie VanBuskirk; Kim (Chad) Steed; Johnny (Jenny) McAdams; her four grandchildren Shawn, Kori, Zach and Duncan; three sisters Connie Hughes, Irene Vance, and Janet Almond. Preceded in death by her parents and her brother Richard F. Bush. Funeral services will be held Wednesday Nov. 14, 2007 at 11 a.m. in the Riverview 6th Ward, 552 East 11400 S Draper, where friends may call Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. and again Wednesday prior to the services from 9:30-10:45 a.m.Burial in the American Fork Cemetery under the direction of Anderson & Sons Mortuary, American Fork.

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01/11/15 07:31 PM #1    

Karren Kelly (Hammer)

Barbara Bush Crockett McAdams was a dear friend who helped with the centerpieces at the last 2 reunions.  For the 40 year reunion, she told me that she had had some bouts with cancer but was feeling good.  She wanted to help with the reunion again, and did all the centerpieces even though she did not attend.  Do you, East High classmates, remember what a excellent artist she was in high school?  Barbara was beautiful, kind and extremely thoughtful.  I just loved her and miss her.

Karren Kelly Hammer

01/14/15 03:48 PM #2    

Kent Hales

Seeing the posted picture of our class pin reminded me that Barbara designed it. I remember how excited she was when she told me that her submission had been selected.  I always felt badly that I never purchased one (not knowing where a guy would pin it). Barbara was a truely gifted artist and beautiful woman. Our friendship went all the way back to Roosevelt days, and we exchanged Christmas cards until losing track of each other in the late 70's. I shall miss seeing her in August.

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