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Cassia Marie Agostino Adams  

Cassia Marie Agostino Adams

October 7, 1977 – November 11, 2017

On Saturday evening, November 11, 2017, Cassia Marie Agostino Adams closed her eyes and departed from her earthly home to enter in to God’s eternal rest.

Cassia was born October 7, 1977 to (late) George Agostino and Jean Nichols in Blue Point, Long Island, New York.

Cassia possessed real zeal for learning. Her passion, intelligence, and love were reflected in her studies. She attended St. John’s University School of Law, New York, where she received a Bachelor of Art Degree in Criminal Justice.

May 2017, she was extremely excited, exclaiming she had graduated with Honors as a Paralegal from Wilmington University, Wilmington, Delaware.

Cassia was a hard worker. She was employed as a Parole Officer for the State of Florida. She was also employed as a Psychiatrist Therapist for the State of Delaware.

On April 6, 2015, Cassia was married to her long-time sweetheart Michael Adams. She and Michael were known to share long walks together. They also enjoyed getaways to the beach. They demonstrated their true love to one another in many ways.

Cassia was warm-hearted with many friends. Her friendship and charity extended to caring for Tomatoes and Sally (her Pets—furry friends).

Fondest memories are left to: Michael Adams (Husband), Jean Nichols (Mother), John Nichols (Step-Father), Salvatore Agostiono (Brother), Jemik Adams (Brother-in-Law), Aunts, Uncles, Gabby and JeAnna (special nieces), many relatives and friends.

YOU ARE LOVED AND WILL BE TRULY MISSED

Cassia, upon meeting you, from the time you and Michael entered into Holy Matrimony, Michael’s family loved and embraced you and you became OUR Cassia.

Services will be held privately.

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  1. Joanne and nick dejosia, November 17, 2017

    To our dear and sweet niece cassia,from the moment you were born, we fell in love with you. You were and throughout your life sweet and kind. In the past several months, we would either talk on the phone or text, reminiscing about the fun we all had when you were little. You turned out to be a beautiful woman You loved your husband Michael so much. You had such great love for your entire family. Your heart is loving and warm. You will be missed more than words can say. So my sweet niece, until we me again, I will hold your memory close to my heart. All our love, aunt Joann and uncle nick

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