Mrs. Nicole Renee’ Adams Greene, 52

Mrs. Nicole Renee’ Adams Greene, 52, of Macon, was welcomed into her heavenly home May 20 after an unexpected passing at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta.
Nicki was the wife of Kenneth Lee Greene and mother to Sydney Renee and Abigail Lee Greene of Macon. She is the daughter of Rick and Madrid Hayes Adams of Hazlehurst and sister to Terry Adams Lavender of Statesboro, Vicki Adams of Warren, PA, and Rebecca Adams of Jacksonville, FL.
Words fall short when it comes to describing this incredible person. First she was a woman at undeniable faith, unconditional love, and inspiring compassion for others. Nicki accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior as a young girl and the Holy Spirit that lived in her was an exuding light no one could deny. Her insatiable appetite for a spiritual knowledge is one she practiced not only in her marriage but also in the rearing of her children.
To all who knew Nicki, her smile was electric, her laughter contagious and her caring spirit would cover you like a warm fuzzy blanket and many were blessed to call her friend. She had an unexplainable magnetism and attracted all who were in her presence. Many were drawn to her vivacious personality and unrelenting wit that captivated a crowd or placed a smile on the face of someone during simple conversation.
Decorating was a gift Nicki loved and she loved to share it with others. Nicki was a cosmetologist and owner of Cottage Cuts Salon for 30 years. Whether it was extravagantly decorating her home for Christmas or someone’s outside appearance at her salon, she was making someone feel better which was her joy. Her passion lay within her to take something within her creativity and make something remarkable that might seem ordinary. Above all, her family was her greatest treasure.
Her 30 year marriage to Kenny was one of the proudest achievements of her life. The spark that ignited in Macon in 1987 when they met grew into an eternal flame of love, laughter, and memories that will forever impact and be cherished by all who knew them. Nicki created a footprint on our hearts and the love we have for her will only grow.
To Nicki from all of your family and friends – “We’ll see you when we all get home.”
A celebration of her life was held at Bethany Baptist Church May 25 in Juliette with the Rev. Jimmy Corbett and the Rev. Clay Bowden officiating with burial in Union Springs Cemetery in Hazlehurst.

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