So sorry for your loss. He was a great man and lived a wonderful life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Buzz if Im late to the services in honor of you, the main thing is don't get excited.
We miss you at the table
Thank you Mr. Adams for your guidance through my legal problems. I will miss you. Go with my blessings and fond regards.
To Ruth, Brian and Anthony I want to add my condolences. Buzz was a true original! He was gruff and never politically "correct" but you always knew exactly where you stood with Buzz. Can't say that about many folks anymore!
Herman, was a great leader, he and my father were close friends Byron H. Hasty, since deceased owner of Star Cab Company, I used to as a young teenager spend time in his office along with my father, he was also a pall bearer at my fathers funeral. Enjoyed his company very much.
To the Adams clan,
Your dad Buzz was one-of-a-kind. Las Vegas shall Surely mourn the loss of such a person and friend. God bless all of you. May Buzz rest in peace.
With our sincerest condolences.
George Tara Carolyn and Kenny
Buzz was a true original and I will miss him. He's one of those rare individuals who seemed to have been around since the beginning of time and would be around until the end of time. Although I did not see him often in recent years, I feel the void he leaves with his passing.
I have so many fond memories of Buzz: stopping to see him on my many trips between Utah and California over the course of two decades (and really, over the course of three-plus decades), always remembering who I was on sight or on the phone without having to give a genealogy, sitting on the couch that's older than I am and watching the evening news with him (during and after the cigar years), urging me to play the piano on a visit with the family, propping my feet up on the coffee table with its stacks of newspapers and magazines, introducing me to really good steak in really out-of-the-way places, the bowls of nuts and mints on the counter next to his favorite chair, backstage tickets to the circus, the turtles in his backyard, his dogs, the Cadillac that (as rumor has it) did 100 miles/hour between Vegas and Rancho Cucamonga to make it to Grandpa Ralph's funeral on time, taking a genuine interest in my kids, and so much more.
And, I'll never ever forget the first time Buzz and I spoke on the phone. I was 12. He scared the heck out of me with his gruff demeanor and sailor-like language. After the initial shock, I quickly learned to love that about him. I'm pretty sure his favorite phrase was, "Oh hell!" The memories of his expletives and his refusal to be politically correct make me smile.
God speed, Buzz. I look forward to that day when we will meet again. (And in the meantime, go easy on the angels, OK?)
Dear Brian, Ruth, Anthony, & Merilee,
We are sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad, our "Uncle Herm."
He often visited our home in Reno on his way to his ranch in Oregon. We enjoyed hearing about his life and travels. He took an interest in our three children, and would send them notes or letters to tell them how proud he was of their accomplishments.
We will miss Uncle Herm and his kindness, wonderful stories, and his joyous laughter. He was one of a kind.
Love to each of you,
Sybil and Family
Just a wonderful man. He will be missed.
My deepest condolences on the loss of your father, Brian (and Ruth) and Anthony. I am overwhelmed with sadness.
I have so many great memories of your dad, covering many, many years. Such a true character :)
And yes, he really lived his life to the fullest; I hope you both will always take after him. His bright light and love of life will surely be missed in this world.
Please know you are in my thoughts, and I will see you at the services.
I worked for "Buzz" as an office boy and runner filing papers for him at the courthouse in 1963-64. It was my first real job at 13 years old. I was always very impressed with him. Sorry to hear of your loss. Sounds like he lived a very full life.
I will miss my buddy. Marilyn Romanelli.
Dear Adams Family,
I'm very sad for your loss, your dad was a great man. I always remember the way Buzz smiled and laughed when he called me Jimmy as a young kid and just last year at Magnolia's,not to mention the summer fun we shared over the years. Buzz was my Favorite old school las vegas attorney and I.m gonna miss him forever. Rest in peace "Buzz" we love you. Jimmy Cromer
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
"Your Dad will be remembered"
We will tell the stories he did.... With all of his colorful antics,charm and wit. We will teel the stories... And be glad because we know him... We will chaerish them becuse they our mostly about our family... The good the bad and yes the ugly..
Stories how our lives were touched by this great man...Stories that helped shape our lives becaue he always remembered those who have left us behined..."My Grandfather, Claton Habba thier hunting trips" My Grandmother Doll and her delicious cooking..They were stories of all the people he loved and those who loved him.
Your dad had a beg heart. I know this because when I was just 16 years old. My parents sent me to live with him and the boys. Anthony and Brian my only cousins. My uncle Buzz loved me and took excelent care of me. In the evening we would sit and he whould tell me storie after stories of my family. I Loved this man more than he ever new. God Bless you Uncle Buzz. Thank you for being there for me. I really need you and your friendship.
Dear Brian, Ruth, Anthony, and Merilee,
I am so sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. Herman is my last uncle and the one I hold the most memories of from childhood and throughout my life.
The obituary is written so lovely and tells his story so well. The last time I saw him when he was in Valley Hosptial last summer, he asked me how my love life was and I told him I had a nice man in my life. He said that Merilee had a nice guy in her life, too. Then, he said "Yeah, I'm through with all that romance stuff." I told him it wasn't all that bad being single. I laugh every time I think of that conversation. He was a corker.
He will be missed by all of our family but we are quite certain that mom - Karma - was there to meet him and now heaven is complete for her. She is reunited with her partner in crime and they are telling stories about the old days and laughing so loudly together.
Love and prayers to you all,