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Vivian Ann Creamer

Vivian Ann Creamer, age 68, of Gahanna, Ohio died January 22, 2019 peacefully at home.  She was born on October 17, 1950 in Glen-Alum, West Virginia, the daughter of the late James “J.C.” and Hattie Lee Adkins.  Vivian is survived by her life-long partner and soul mate, Richard Popovich; son, James (Donna) Creamer; sisters, Dorothy (Larry) Deacutis and Judy (Gerald) Compton; brother, Samuel (Leala) Akdins; grandchildren, Elizabeth Perry, Samantha Perry, James Creamer Jr., and Jacey Creamer; nephew, Joshua (Melissa) Vance; her faithful, Toby-Joe and many life-long, very dear friends.  She is preceded in death by her parents, James “J.C.” and Hattie Lee Adkins; and sister, Dorthy Deacutis.  Vivian worked very hard and long for the City of Columbus.  She was a valiant and devoted life-long servant of the Lord; children’s bible study teacher and devoted member of the Wharncliffe Church of God.  Vivian was born and resided in Mingo County, West Virginia and then moved to Columbus, Ohio where she lived until her death.  She enjoyed sewing, reading, quilting, shopping and spending time with family.  Her proudest achievement was serving as a bible study teacher.  What made Vivian unique was her devotion to the Lord, her love of family and her one of a kind mischievous smile.  Thank you to her life-long friends and her entire family for being a part of Vivian’s life.  She will always be loved and dearly missed.  Please visit to leave the family an online condolence.

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  • Suzy Popp says:

    Jamie (and family) – I’m sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I remember when I started with the City, she was a friendly & familiar face. When I met her, the first thing she asked about was how was my mom doing. She was kind to most that met her. On a personal level, I remember how we teased her about her cooking. I know you were little, but she burned water – wait that might have been Sherry! But your mom was the first to introduce me to Spam. And I liked it! Needless to say that I have fond memories of her. Especially for her kind & gentle soul. God bless you! Remember all the good she taught you!

  • Ray Hatfield says:

    Condolences and prayers for the family… Went to school and the Wharncliffe Church of God with her when growing up… She was one of my early “crushes”… I’m glad she had an enjoyable and good life…

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