Shirley Adams Pittman, age 86, of Buckhead died December 2, 2021. She was born on April 9, 1935 in Buckhead, Ga., the daughter of the late Jewell A. and Velma M. Adams. She attended Buckhead Elementary and Morgan County High Schools and graduated in 1953 which was the first class to graduate under the 12 year program. Shirley was a lifelong bookkeeper working at Pennington Seed, Rutledge Academy, Top Notch Builders Supply and Madison Hardware. She and her husband Garnett owned and operated Pac-A-Sac convenience store in Buckhead for many years. Shirley also volunteered at Morgan County Archives. She previously was a member of the United Daughters of Confederacy, Daughters of the American Revolution, 17th Century Colonial Dames and Morgan County Landmarks Society. Shirley was a driving force in the creation of the Morgan County Heritage Book published in 1997.She has also published some short stories about growing up in Buckhead. Shirley was a member of Swords Methodist Church. She was a historian and a genealogist; but most of all loved her grandchildren and helped take care of each of them in their younger years. She attended many dance recitals, baseball games and school functions for each of them through the years. Shirley is survived by her daughter, Nancy and Jeff Brock of Buckhead, son, Allen and Tracey of Jefferson and three grandchildren, Kelly Pittman, A.J. Pittman and Reid Brock. She was preceded in death by her husband Garnett Pittman, her brother, J.C. Adams and sister, Vivian Huff. A private memorial will be held at a later time.

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