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Stormy Lajewell Adcock Haston, 30
Stormy Lajewell Adcock Haston died after a courageous three-year battle against cancer.

Stormy Lajewell Adcock Haston, 30, born in Chattanooga on Jan. 19, 1987, gained her angel wings June 7, peacefully surrounded by loving family in Cleveland after a courageous three-year battle against cancer.
Stormy is survived by her beloved dad and best friend David Adcock of McMinnville; husband Travis Haston and four precious children, Brayton Lee, Maylee Rayne, Colt Daniel and Maverick Fox of Cleveland; grandmother Shirley Adcock of McMinnville; sisters Amber Rippy of McMinnville and Asya (Rory) Miller of Nashville; aunt Donna Reno; special family friends Melinda Aramburo and Ruth Adcock; numerous family members and friends of McMinnville.
She was preceded in death by paternal grandmother, Thomas Earl Adcock of Athens, Ala., Granny Frazier of Graysville; brother David Lee (Daveman) Adcock Jr. of Evansville and cousin Brandon Reno of McMinnville.
Stormy grew up in McMinnville and graduated from Warren County High School. She enjoyed working with the public and being a stay-at-home mom. She adored every moment she could be with her children and admitted being able to teach them new things. Her hobbies included crafts, painting, metal detecting, yard sales and flea markets, and looking for treasures to add to her collections.
Stormy touched the hearts of every person that was blessed to know her. Her positive outlook on life was inspiring to all she knew. She will also be remembered for her amazing smile and love for her babies. She will be forever missed by all but never forgotten. Fly high our sweet precious angel.
Visitation will be held Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday morning until the funeral at noon at Vanderwall Funeral Home in Dayton. Burial will follow at Brayton Cemetery in Graysville. All times are Eastern, meaning they are one hour ahead of McMinnville time.