I am so sorry for your loss. Don was a gentleman and a dear person to all.
Michael and the rest of Don's Family.
I was shocked and saddened to read about Don's Passing in the Bogalusa Paper this morning. Don is my second Cousin and has Visited with My wife Valette and I in recent years. We thoroughly enjoyed his visit and having the opportunity to hear about his family and to relive old times together. I will miss Don and knowing how much his family meant to him and he to them, I know he will be greatly missed up there as well. Don and I both did a litte art work, Mine not nearly as outstanding as his but it gave us a lot in common.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all and knowing how I feel his loss I cannot imagine where all of you are.
Please take care of each other and If you need to get me. give me a call or send me an email.
Don Adams was a wonderful, kind, generous loving man. His beautiful family is a wonderful legacy. He leaves a large space in all our lives and he is dearly missed.
Jim and I ran into Don a while back at a dinner party and were able to catch up. He was, as he always had been, kind and gracious. Such a gentle spirit who loved and enjoyed life. A true southern gentleman. He will be missed. Our prayers are with Don's family.
I was privileged to work for Don in the 90s at LHC. He was truly suave and sophisticated and such a gentleman. What a gift it was to be able to visit with him this past December. His wit and charm had deepened with age, and I will treasure the memory of that visit always. My deepest condolences to Don's family.