Adrienne Adele Stolar

Adrienne Adele Stolar


Adrienne Adele Stolar, 51, passed away on April 19, 2020 at home in Gilbert, Arizona. Adrienne was born January 19, 1969 in Rochester, New York. She is survived by her husband James Waller; her parents, Kathleen Phillips (Jon) and Michael Stolar; her brothers Marc (Kim) and Aaron (Paula) Stolar; her uncles Dennis Phillips, Edwin Phillips, Jeffrey Stolar, and Martin Stolar; her aunts Aleta Huskinson and Carol Gentile and many cousins, nieces, and nephews. She is preceded in death by her brother Scott David Stolar.
Adrienne attended grade school in West Henrietta, New York and high school in Madison Heights, Michigan. After high school she worked in hospitality services moving often between Detroit, Michigan and Phoenix, Arizona.
Adrienne was a tiny baby on her date of birth, weighing only 4 pounds, 9 ounces. She was nicknamed “Bitsy” because of her small size. Adrienne grew to a height of 5 feet, 6 inches and was no longer called “Bitsy”.
She made a permanent move to the Phoenix area where she worked at multiple places as an office manager. At her last place of employment she excelled at managing an office at a landscaping business.
Adrienne was an avid fan of all things Disney and collected Disney memorabilia for many years. Her collection was so large it filled an entire bedroom! Adrienne was also a huge fan of football, particularly the Arizona Cardinals and the Detroit Lions. She loved getting together with friends to watch the games.
Adrienne and James Waller spent 20 years sharing life, love and friendship. She married James Waller on March 19, 2019 and they were able to spend the last year of her life as husband and wife.
She was a brave warrior battling pancreatic cancer during the final year of her life.
Adrienne will be greatly missed by her family, many friends, and her beloved cocker spaniels.
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12 responses to Adrienne Adele Stolar

  1. As her aunt it was especially difficult to be so near but to be denied seeing her to say goodbye because of coronavirus distancing. Adrienne was a very strong willed person. She was so loved by everyone in her life. She will forever have a special place in my heart.

  2. My condolences to you and your family Kathleen, I can’t imagine what you’re going through! Thinking of you, my heart goes out to you

  3. As Adrienne’s other aunt I will remember her beautiful smile and contagious laughter.
    She had the cutest curly hair as a toddler and well into her 20’s. When my daughter,Harmony, was around 4 years old they had the rare opportunity of sharing Disneyland together. It was pure joy and fun sharing time together. We had special birthday parties, holidays, teas, and family get togethers. I loved that Adrienne always had a beautiful smile on her face even during diversity.
    We love Adrienne and she will be missed.

  4. Missy B says:

    My heart will always have a space where she belongs. She is a true warrior. I treasure the memories of her smile, fun loving spirit, times spent goofing off together, and MOST of all her laugh!!! As my closest cousin, I will forever miss her. ?

  5. Kelly Wehrle says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I loved her like a sister from the very first cruise that we want on. She will always be in my heart❤️

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