Mary Carmen Adams was born May 17th, 1939 in Tucumcari New Mexico. As a young girl she moved with her family to San Francisco CA where she attended school. After high school she married Paul Cocoles and gave birth to her first child a daughter named Angela. Soon after, she moved to South San Francisco CA as her family grew in size as she gave birth to her second child a boy, George. Thirteen months later she gave birth to a set of twin boys, Michael & Steven. She was a stay-at-home mom for a few years and then went to work outside of the home for the City of South San Francisco. She worked as an administrative assistant for the City of South San Francisco providing support in purchasing where she met her new husband of 30 years, Richard Adams. While with the city she also spent time with the Fire Department, also as and administrative assistant. After a few years she transferred to the public library where she served as an assistant librarian for the remainder of her working life until retirement. Mary took great pride in being in charge of the reading program where she loved working with young kids. Mary spent her retirement with her husband in Milbrae CA, Tucumari and Santa Fe NM, before making her her way back to South San Francisco a few years later and eventually moving to her final destination of Rancho Murrieta CA. Mary was a devoted mother and wife. She is survived by her children Angela Morrison and her husband Al of Rancho Murieta, CA, George Cocoles and his wife Anne of Peach Tree City, GA, Michael Cocoles and his wife Cherie of Lafayette, CA, and Steven Cocoles and his wife Shayne of Tracy, CA. Also her sister, Linda Clark of Fargo, ND, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.