I'm deeply saddened by the passing of Bob. He taught me much when I moved from the city to the rural world.
Uncle Bob always treated us with respect, when we were really young he knew we would remember. What a grand, kind, strong man. We always had that sheep raising connection, it was a passion we shared. Until we meet again, we will miss our Uncle Bob.
Bob and Betty have been a part of my life since day one and he will really be missed by me. The softest spoken and most polite person I have ever known. I always enjoyed my visits.
Bob Adams was a personal friend and valued member of the El Paso Valley Cotton Association.I enjoyed over 40 years of personal and farm contact with
Robert Bean, what wonderful words you shared, I don't think I could have said it better. I hope that ALL of the family knows that "Bob" had a special place in my heart and he has and will be fondly remembered. My the Adam's & Bean family and all their decendents know that this was one great man.
Sharon Vaughn Thompson (El Paso/Fredericksburg/Austin Texas
I've known the Adams' for a dozen or more years,"Bob" was God's angel sent to speard peace, love and respect for everyone.
As fellow church members he always had a warm smile and cheerful greeting for everyone. He'll be missed by all.
The Rev. Lisle H. Davis+
Though we sorely miss his physical presence, this quiet man of dignity endures by his example, forever remembered and loved by all he touched.