Adelene M. Kindrick
April 8, 1914 – February 2, 2013
Adi (youngest of six) born to John and Mary Waters in Walville, WA (near Pe Ell).Her father, John, passed in 1919 when Adi was only five years old leaving Mary to call on the children to help, that’s where her strong work ethic started! Adi met and married the love of her life Floyd Kindrick. They owned and operated two restaurants in Redmond, Adi Bons and Adi’s Café. A daily stop for many of Redmondites. Adi also employed some of the best gals Redmond had to offer. There was a jukebox in the corner, fresh coffee, good conversation and homemade food. Not only did Adi and Floyd operate the restaurant but they grew a huge garden. So much work took its toll on Adi; she suffered a massive stroke in the late 1960’s. This sadly brought an end to Adi’s Café; she was to never work again. Adi recovered nicely in time. They loved gardening and their three little teacup poodles. Cancer took her beloved Floyd in 1974. It’s been 39 years since Floyd passed and not a day went by that she didn’t long for him. Thank you Adi for all the years of love, laughter and great memories. You are missed and will be loved always. Floyd and Adi rest at Cedar Lawns Memorial Park in Redmond.