Adkins, Lois A

Lois Ann Adkins was born September 24, 1947 and passed into the arms of her Savior Jesus on October 2, 2021. She was a caring wife, sister, grandmother, and friend. She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl White and Thelma White, as well as one sister, Betty Lester. She is survived by her loving husband, of 44 years, Chauncey “Red” Adkins. Additionally she is survived by her two children, Rick (Tammy) Adkins of Huntington, WV and Mike (Penny) Adkins of Kenova, WV; four grandchildren, Jeremy Adkins of Huntington, Brittany (Timmy) Arthur of Chesapeake, OH, Corey (Brittany) Adkins of Huntington and Tyler (Chloe) Adkins of Huntington. She is also survived by an honorary daughter, Jenny (Pac) Smith of Kenova and honorary grandchildren, Dustin (Jamie) Smith of Huntington, Coty (Beth) Smith of Catlettsburg, KY and Jacob Smith of Huntington, and a total of 17 great grandchildren. Lois loved spending time in the kitchen, creating meals for her family. She was a skilled seamstress and used her talents to help out many people. She worked at Fannin Chevrolet and later at JC Wells and Sons who she considered family. Lois was a Sunday school teacher, and faithfully served many years at The Family of God Church in Morehead, KY. Most weekends you could find her cooking for church family or being involved in a church activity. After they moved to Huntington, they attended Locust Grove Baptist Church and later at ReClaim Church. Funeral services are scheduled for Monday, October 4, 2021 beginning at 6:00 p.m. at ReClaim Church with Pastor Corey Adkins officiating and Pastor Joe Planck and Pastor Tim Arthur assisting. Visitation will be two hours before the service. The family asks in lieu of flowers, to please make donations to ReClaim Church. Burial will be Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at Brown Cemetery in Morehead, KY. Rollins Funeral Home in Kenova is assisting the family with the arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. I just minutes ago read the notice in yesterday’s paper. I’m so sorry to hear of Lois’s death, and I know you’re all missing her terribly. We can take comfort in knowing we’ll meet our saved loved ones again. God’s blessings on all of you, particularly you Chauncey; it’s difficult going on without our helpmeet. Sincerely…Myrtle and family

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