Cynthia Ann Adams

  • Born: September 3, 1941
  • Died: March 11, 2019
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory

1799 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-6951

Tribute & Message From The Family

Cynthia Ann (Hunkins) Adams, 77, of Manchester died March 11, 2019 surrounded by her loving family.
Cindy was married to Robert C. Adams for 52 years, her one and only love beginning when she was 14 years old. Robert predeceased her on November 30th, 2012. Cynthia was the daughter of Edward and Doris (Heath) Hunkins.
Together they had two children whom she loved more than anything in this world, Kelly Ann who is married to Steven D. Hudon who Cindy loved as a son, and Robert C. Adams Jr. who is married to Martine Lockerman.
She also leaves five grandchildren, Kaitlyn, Alexis, Brandon, Connor and Steven; three great-grandsons, Matthew Robert Koenig, Brady Allen Walton and Andrew Wallace Hudon; a great-granddaughter, Olivia Kelly Hudon; and her beloved dog "Buster".
Cindy had a sister, Virginia (predeceased) and husband Arthur Dupont; a brother, Robert Hunkins and wife Gerrie; a sister-in-law, Barbara and husband Joseph Hayes (predeceased); a brother-in-law, Donald Adams; many aunts cousins and extended family.
Cindy lived in Manchester all of her life and attended local schools. The majority of her working life was in the electronics field. She had worked for RCL Electronics, Sanders, BAE, and Insight Technology until her retirement.
Cindy's family was always the most important thing to her. Her children were her purpose, and her grandchildren added to that purpose.
She was an avid book reader and always had a book in her hands. She and her husband enjoyed many happy vacations to the Caribbean, Alaska, Las Vegas, and Foxwoods. They also spent many summers at Salisbury and Hampton Beach with great friends.
Per her wishes, there are no public calling hours. It will be a forever prayer etched in her soul that her granddaughter KDK find recovery from her addiction and finally come home to her family who misses her so much.
Donations may be made to the Manchester Animal Shelter, 490 Dunbarton Road, Manchester, NH 03102 or to HOPE for NH Recovery, 267 Wilson St, Manchester, NH 03103.
Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, Manchester is assisting with arrangements. Go to

Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear of Cindy's passing. We were cousins on my Mother's side. Her Dad was my Mom's brother and tho we didn't see each other much we had a lovely family and I have fond memories. My sincere condolences to the family. She sent me the loveliest thoughtful card when I lost my husband several years ago. I appreciated it so much. Cousin Bob, haven't seen you for a while, but please know you're in my thoughts and hope all is well with you. RIP Cindy!

Posted by Pat Theodore - Manchester, NH - Family   March 25, 2019

Kelly,,,I'm sorry to hear that your mom has passed. It's sad, losing our moms. She always made me laugh when I saw her. She was a nice woman. My prayers to you and your family.

Posted by Patti Koester - Manchester, NH - Friend   March 21, 2019

So sorry to hear of your loss.
From the old neighborhood,
The Tafes

Posted by Alice Tafe - Manchester, NH   March 15, 2019

So sorry for your loss, I worked with Cindy for many years at Insight. She will me forever missed.

Posted by MELISSA DOUCETTE - Manchester, NH   March 14, 2019


Fun memories of our time together on Norcross St. Rest in peace, Cindy.

Posted by Bob & Fran Martineau - Litchfield, NH - Family Friend   March 14, 2019

Kelly, it was an honor being a part of the team to care for your mom during her last days! You did such an AMAZING job keeper her in peace and comfortable.

Posted by Karen Bannon RN    March 14, 2019


A wonderful woman that was so enjoyable to be with. Only regret, is not keeping in touch over the years. May you continue your journey with Bobby, who also was a great man. RIP Cindy. Nina

Posted by Nina Harnish - Melbourne, FL - Family Friend   March 14, 2019

Kelly, Your Mom was always such a nice lady. I have very fond memories of her and your Dad. May she Rest in Peace. Mary Jane

Posted by Mary Jane Coutu - Hampton, NH   March 14, 2019

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