Jack Adams was a one of a kind man. He and his wife Dian were such a caring couple, always made us feel welcome in their home. Jack was " Happy Jack." He was so fun to be with and was always willing to go where ever we asked him. Of course he was happy to get coffee and a cookie where ever he went. Jack was blessed with a wonderful family. You could feel their love for him before, during and after his passing. I'm sure he felt it also. We will miss him, but know he will be there with us in spirit as we go on our Monday night out, he will be watching us, waiting for Dian to bring his salad and coffee. Thanks for the good times and memories.
Dian and Family,
My condolences on your loss of Jack. Although I only met him a few times I really enjoyed his company and chatting with him. Shirley C. and I need your new address and phone number when you're feeling up to it. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss and you're in our thoughts.
Dian and Family
My deepest sympathy all for your loss. Went to school with you and Jack. Remember you both well with good memories. So sorry for your loss.
I love all off the photos! Oh Jack, what a wonderful man. He was always like a grandfather to me. Growing up, Jack and Dian lived right across the street and were always willing to have my brother Evan and I over. I have fond memories of looking at Jack's cars in the garage, always going over and asking what he was working on next. We have photos of me as a child after running over to Jack and Dian's house in my diapers and having them catch me and return me home. He was always a sweet, gentle man who will leave me with fond memories from my childhood. Jack you will always be in my memories! Sending the Adams family all of my love.
Dian, our love goes out to you and your family. We will always remember that wonderful smile of Jack's. We loved having you as neighbors and I hope you know that you can always call us if you ever need anything.
Russ and Carlie