Grace Rhondina Pedersen Adamescu

January 21, 1931 ‒ April 07, 2020

Bellville, Ohio

BELLVILLE: Grace Rhondina Pedersen Adamescu went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ April 7, 2020 following an extended illness. For the last couple of years Grace could not see or walk very well.  Praise the Lord, mom you are now able to see and walk with your Savior and your heavenly family.  Rejoice in the Lord always!

She was born January 21, 1931 in Philadelphia, PA to Sahra (McCaughey) and Aksel Pedersen.  When Grace was just seventeen years old she met her husband John at a dance in Philadelphia.

Grace was an excellent cook and a loving mother.  Her family will miss mom’s delicious beef stroganoff and her famous Christmas cookies.

She worked many years at Therm-O-Disc and at Lexington Court Nursing Home as a dietary aide.  She volunteered at Resurrection Parish serving meals for different occasions.

Grace was a member of Newville Church on Possum Run Road.

Grace is survived by her children Carol (Steve) Rissler of Bellville, Tom Adamescu of Bellville, Marilyn (John) Panayiotou of La Mesa, CA and Dorothy Adamescu of Mansfield; 4 grandchildren Nathan (Sarah) Nickles of Deary, Idaho, James Rissler of Mansfield, Shelly (Robbie) Smith of Bellville, and Nichole (Corey) Glenn of Ashland; nine great grandchildren; five great-great grandchildren; sister Sally (Harry) Bancroft of Landsdale, PA.

She was preceded in death by her husband John and brothers Allan and Richard Pedersen.

A private burial will be held in St. Peter’s Cemetery on German Church Road.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Newville Church or Kindred Hospice.

The Bellville Snyder Funeral Home is serving Grace’s family, and online condolences to her family may be made by visiting: SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Carol, Tommy, Marilyn,Dorothy, my heart is heavy for all of you at this time. How blessed that Aunt Grace lived a long and faithful life! I remember how much fun she was when I spent the night, in my youth. She would tell us wonderfully woven tales before we went to bed.
    May you all find comfort through loving memories.

    • Thank you for you beautiful comment.As per our phone conversation earlier she is having fun with her Lord and her heavenly family.

  • We are so very sorry to hear about your loss. Your mother was always so sweet and had a smile on her face every time we saw her. May you find comfort in memories of her. Hold onto those as you celebrate her life. Prayers to all of you through this difficult time.

    • Thank you for your beautiful comment. She was in a nursing home for 7 months. I worried all the time and prayed all the time. At times she was so afraid and I could not help her so now the piece I feel that she is with Jesus and her heavenly family is so joyous I just praise Him for that. Thank you!

  • Carol and Marylin

    So sorry to hear of your mom passing. The good thing is she is whole again and you will see her soon.

    in His Love

    Terry and Jodie Yarger Fogle
    Carol and the late NormanYarger

    • Thank you for your beautiful comment. She is at piece with Jesus and her heavenly family. Thank you Jodie and Terry.

  • U will for ever be missed great grandma Grace I love you very much until we meet again!! Fly high my beautiful angel ❤️

    • Thank you! You always did call her your beautiful angle. How very sweet. You made her feel very special at this very hard time in her life. God bless u! Grandmom

  • Carol, Marilyn, Tom and Dorothy my heart is heavy with the loss of Grace, I am sorry I never got to spend more time with her. I am sure she is in the hands of our lord and her brothers, Dick loved Grace so much and right before he got sick we were planning a visit. He always looked forward to the drive with Harry and Sally and enjoyed the time with her. She is surely going to be missed. Also keep her memory alive and talk about her often. All my love to the family…

  • God added another special person to Heaven. I have very fond memories of seeing you and your mother at dollar general in Lexington, and at the BNOC. she always had a smile on her face, a beautiful lady!!will seeing her.

  • You have my deepest sympathy. I loved your Mom and Dad. First met them when your Dad would come for inspections at Daughertys Restaurant. Then your Dad would bring your Mom in to eat. They were two sweet people. Always happy and always so friendly. So glad our paths of life crossed. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    • Thank you! Mom loved you as well. She does not have to suffer in that nursing home any longer. My sister and I were with her when she passed. She is so happy and whole now. Praise Jesus!!!