alf was one in a million and will always be loved and missed.
Bye Alf, You will be missed! I still remember riding on your shoulders when I was 4.
Only today,somehow, learned of Alf's passing. I thought a lot of Alf, and could tell a bunch of stories. At once a learned man as well as country boy at heart. Alf was plain spoken, which suited me just fine. I recall doing some work for him many years ago and when I gave him my bill, he told me I didn't charge enough. He made a recommendation as to how much, and told me to start doing it with everyone, and if they didn't like it, to come talk to him. In more recent years I would see him at the lumber co or Chinese buffet, and would greet him with "T for Thompson" since his middle and my last names were the same.He seemed to enjoy that. Once as I was having supper with my wife and mom, he came up to our table and I introduced them, and he complimented me on the two lovely ladies I was with, in a most gracious and mannerly way. I drove past his ranch today and saw the high grass where his garden would be, and felt an emptiness. Rest well Mr. Adams, hope we meet in paradise. My sincerest condolences to all the family, whom I have met or known over the years.
Sorry to hear of Alf's passing, my prayers for your family. I met Alf after he moved to the mountain and worked with him to promote the Republican cause in Grundy County. My fondest memory was our booth at the Beersheba Arts and Crafts fair using Alf's "Civil war operating table" to display our literature.
I have heard so much about what a great man and attorney Mr Adams was. I wish I had the pleasure of meeting him. I know he will be sorely missed by many. I do know his daughter and she is a class act.
Alf was a friend of mine thru the Earthman family and Beersheba. With his notepad in his pocket and his gentle demeanor he shared his wisdom and experience with me and I will surely miss him. God bless Alf Adams.
Please know how sad I am for your family. Sending prayers and hugs your way.
My prayers will be with you, Sue you know he is running around heaven now, love you1
Jencie, Dad just told me about your Dad's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Alf was a friend and gracious neighbor to us after we obtained property in 2006 down the road from him. We enjoyed him in church and Rotary. Alf immediately involved himself in our interests and drew us into his. We shall miss his humor and twinkle and forever stand amazed at what he achieved through his curiosity and intelligence.
My prayers to the family.
Alf will be missed terribly by his friends in the Beersheba Springs community. Getting to know him was a positive change to my life. My family's thoughts and prayers will be with the Adams family today.