Zappa, Adeline Barbara (Matye) on Sunday March 7, 2021 Adeline Zappa age 99 of Mpls passed away peacefully at the North Memorial Hospital Cardiovascular ICU. She was born June 18, 1921 in San Fernando, CA. Several years later her father John and mother Barbara moved the family to a farm in the Almena/Arland area of Wisconsin. On June 22, 1940 she married her husband of 43 years, Norman James Zappa and they moved to Mpls, MN where Norman eventually secured employment as a welder. Adeline spent much time with her family and friends playing musical instruments (accordian and organ), singing, and of course, all entertaining included her great cooking. She also loved competing with guests on numerous board games, cards and dice games. Adeline and Norman shared a lake home on Farm Island Lake, Aitkin, MN, where there was significant fishing in the summer, snowmobiling in the winter, and very enjoyable lakeside get togethers. Additional interests included her membership in the Ladies of St. Anne's Church, traveling, vegetable and flower gardening, canning, baking (mile high apple pies), and cooking for all (chicken and dumplings were in high demand). Adeline was preceded in death by her father, John Matye and mother, Barbara Matye; her husband, Norman; brother, John (Rose) Matye; sisters, Barbara (George) Kurtz, Elizabeth (Ed) Wangerin, Rosalie (August) Wurorenna, and Hattie (Frank) Greschner. She is survived by her nieces, Jeanine Greschner, Lee (Frank) Greschner, great nieces, Deb (Al) Heuer, Rose Becker, Heidi Pope; great nephew, Scott Greschner; brother-in-law, Franklin Zappa; along with many other nephews, nieces and friends. Memorials to the Animal Humane Society and St. Anne's Church. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, 3/20/21 at 9:30 AM with visitation 1 hour prior at the Church of St. Anne, 2627 Queen Ave N, Mpls. Burial to follow at Gethesame Cemetery in New Hope, MN. SAVE THE DATE for a celebration of life and 100th birthday party June 19, 2021 at Adeline's home beginning at 1 PM. Washburn-McReavy.com Glen Haven Chapel 763-533-8643.