Deceased Information


    Adriane Shapiro

  • AGE



    Saturday, May 20, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Monday, May 22, 2023


    3:00 PM




    Shiva will be observed at Congregation Gesher L'Torah (4320 Kimball Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022) on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday beginning at 7:00 pm and minyan service at 7:30 pm each night.


    Adriane Michele Shapiro, (46) devoted wife of Lee Shapiro, and loving mother of Leah (15) and Reece (12) passed away peacefully at home on May, 20 2023 after a three year courageous battle with a brain tumor.

    Born in Marietta, GA she was the daughter of the late Ronald and Diane Leroy. Adriane was a beloved physical therapist for many years, most recently working at WellStar North Fulton. She loved her work and especially her work family who have all been so wonderful to Adriane and the family during her illness. Adriane was always educating herself on how to better treat her patients and over the years has helped hundreds of patients recover so they could return to their home and continue with their lives. Adriane was an avid runner completing 20 Peachtree Road Races and many 5K runs. She enjoyed hiking, biking, planning family trips, camping in the woods and most of all being with her family and friends. Those who knew Adriane were better for it. She brought out the best in those who doubted themselves and was always there to lend a helping hand when in need.

    In addition to her husband of 19 years and children, her memory will continue on with her brother, Jason Leroy, Aunt Amy Lutz (Ken), cousins Hannah and Zack Lutz, Uncle Bert Stein, in-laws, Anita and Marvin Shapiro, and many other family members and friends. A special thank you to Ann Marie Brammer, Talitha Dixon and Freda Calhoun who took such wonderful care of Adriane during her illness.

    A graveside service will be Monday, May 22, 2023 at 3:00 pm at Arlington Memorial Park with Rabbi Michael Bernstein officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The American Brain Tumor Association!/donation/checkout

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  • Andee

    Dear sweet family, It’s extremely difficult to place the words in any fashion to share how much I understand your loss. Please know how much you are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray time comes to heal your hearts. ???

  • Marcelle & Allan Oxman

    Lee, Bert Marvin & Anita- our deepest condolences on your loss. May Adrianne's memory be for a blessing.

  • Cindy Burge

    My condolences and continued prayers for Adriane’s family. I had the privilege to work with Adriane several years ago at NF. She was always a joy to be around, cared deeply for her patients, and could light up a room with her beautiful smile and disposition. God bless you all.

  • Judith (Judy) Finkel

    Anita, Marvin, Lee and extended family I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful Adriane. She is gone way too soon and her loss is beyond comprehension. May sweet memories fill your hearts and bring you comfort and peace.

  • Erica Johnson

    You’re still our brother, Lee! You have mine and Teki’s info. We’ll keep up with you and the kids so we can know that you’re alright. Much love! Erica

  • LeeAnn Connell

    Words cannot express how much Adriane was loved at work. She was one of the best coworkers and friends I could ever have. Rest in peace my sweet friend. Love you!

  • Brian Cartledge

    Adriane was an amazing person to know, although I only worked with her for a short time. I am so sad to hear of her passing. Peace be with you all.

  • Gail Cohn

    Anita, Marvin and families, I am so very sorry for this incredibly sad loss. I will be holding all of you in my heart.

  • Adele Caplan Wineburgh

    Adriane is a woman of valor. Certainly a valiant, courageous life and loved by all. May her life be for a blessing.

  • Stephanie Ashbeck

    We will cherish the memories of Adriane, and what an amazing mother, cousin, and friend that she truly was to all of us.