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Plainfield - SSG Frank E. Adamski III, stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., formerly of Plainfield, was killed in action in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, on Tuesday, March 29, 2011.

He was born in Port Jefferson, N.Y., on March 30, 1984, to Frank E. Adamski Jr. of Voluntown and Susan (Poppiti) Adamski of Port Jefferson, N.Y. After moving to Connecticut from Long Island at age nine, he attended elementary school in Voluntown. He grew up in Plainfield and graduated from Plainfield High School in 2002 where he participated in football and track. He joined the Army in March 2005, where he completed basic training in Ft. Benning, Ga. Following basic training, he was stationed in Friedberg, Germany, where he was attached to the 1/36th Infantry, 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division. He deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

He married the love of his life, Danielle (Bimler) Adamski on March 31, 2007.

After returning home, he was stationed in Fort Benning, Ga., where he was a Javelin Anti-Armor Missile instructor. In early 2009, he re-enlisted and was stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., where he was attached to the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), 2/327 1st Brigade Combat Team.

In February of 2010, he became a proud father of Victoria Grace Adamski. Shortly after Victoria's birth, he was deployed to Kunar Province, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

Besides his wife and daughter, he is survived by his parents; his sister, Veronica Adamski; his great-grandmother, Emma Marie Adamski; and numerous family members.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, at St. John the Apostle Church in Plainfield. A gathering will be held at the Plainfield VFW following the service, and all are welcome. Burial will be private at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.

By request of the family, we ask that you bring a dish and your many fond memories of Frank. We want his infectious smile and sense of humor to live on forever.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the SSG Frank E. Adamski III Scholarship, c/o Plainfield High School, PO Box 218. Central Village CT 06332.


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Published in The Day on Apr. 3, 2011.
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April 22, 2019
Hey Aakie... Miss you more than anything. I graduate college soon, can you believe it?? Sometimes I think you'll come home and I'll be able to tell you about all the things I'm doing.. About how AWESOME Wrestlemania was, gosh it would've been so fun to go with you. Mom and dad miss you. I miss you. I love you.
If you're hanging out with Freddie Mercury and Macho Man without me, I'm gonna be so PISSED!<3
Veronica Adamski
February 21, 2018
I had just watched you on 'Hornets Nest' on Amazon. I just want to say Thank You for your service & sacrifice! In that short hour & a half, I felt as though I was beside you on the battlefield. As if you were a brother & a friend. I felt the helplessness thereafter along with tremendous sadness that still follows me. That was two days ago I watched it. Again, thank you for your courage, bravery, service & ultimate sacrifice so that we ALL can enjoy our freedom. Thanks also to that documentary for introducing you to me. You will forever be in my prayers, never forgotten. My prayers to your wife and daughter as well.
Alan Pace
September 13, 2015
Old Man and Marine 1sg D.I.
To my brother and friend Frank, I still drink a Heineken first in remembrance of how he loved Heineken beer, then I drink my Corona. Frank and I went on leave after we got back from Iraq. I spent the whole night with him drinking Heineken's all on me as my gift to him since I could not attend his wedding. We had a blast! From 1201 am to 0600 am before he and I caught our planes to the states from Frankfurt,Germany. I still remember his laugh and cool smile. Peace my brother and God's Blessing to his lovely wife Danielle and beautiful daughter. Old Man ... Rangel
david frangel
September 12, 2015
My name is Lisa and I attended the Freedom Run. I was given a dog tag with Frank Edward Adamski lll. I would like the family to know I wear the tag over my heart proudly, and he goes everywhere I go.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart Frank. ♡ RIP
Lisa Malzahn
September 17, 2013
Rest In Peace SSGT Frank E Adamski. Thank you for your bravery and sacrifice. God Bless your family May His gracious hand of favor and blessings surround each one of you. As a military wife and mother of an 18 month old my heart goes out to Mrs. Adamski. Thank you for your courage, strength and sacrifice. Lot's of love and prayers. God Bless your whole family. Frank and you will never be forgotten. Hooah
Lena Schultz
September 15, 2013
Yesterday was a joyous day. Not only did I attend the No Slack reunion I also recalled the fond memories of meeting you. I can still hear your laughter as if it was yesterday I also remembered your very infectious smile. I was quiet upon meeting alot of your friends but I remembered your hospitality of wanting to make me feel wanted and appreciated for being a guest at the pre-deployment barbecue. All of you boys of No Slack have me the sense of feeling young again. Although the there was a quiet somber calm of knowing all of you would be deploying soon you made sure everyone heard and felt the celebration of life. You all gave me the sense of being part of a family much larger than I could ever imagine. I met your dad today and I could immediately see and feel where you had inherited the love and passion for life. May you rest in peace son and continue to watch over your family, your friends and your beloved extended family otherwise known as No Slack. You paid the ultimate price of war for the love of your Country and for this I thank you. You set the bar high for the future No Slack soldiers. Job well done!
Ruby Camp
August 1, 2012
Thinking of you frank... Rip
Danielle Shea
July 31, 2012
rip buddy... remembered as a hero and friend by all who knew you!
vanessa hoyt
June 6, 2012
Thinking of you frank..... Rip you will never be forgotten
Danielle Shea
May 30, 2012
Sgt.David O'Steen
April 3, 2012
Remembering SSGT Frank Adamski close to the anniversary of his passing. A prayer has been said in his memory and one for his little girl.
March 30, 2012
Happy birthday frank you will never be forgotten.... Thank you for the memories!
Danielle Shea
March 29, 2012
may you rest in peace .. .we are all thinking of you and the sacrafice you made for us!!
Toni Smith
March 28, 2012
March 29, 2012
To the family and friends of Staff Sgt. Frank E. Adamski:
Remembering Frank on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten.
Peggy Childers
February 1, 2012
My thoughts and prayers go to Danielle, Victoria, and the rest of SSG Frank Adamski's family. Words cannot express the gratitude and respect I have for you.
L. Groom
February 1, 2012
Our thanks & Prayers for your Ultimate Sacrifice for Us all. Keeping you & your loved ones & All Service Members in prayer & heart each day. May The PErpetual Light SHine UPon you forever & Comfort you family. AMEN
August 30, 2011
To the families of our American Heroes,

I want to thank each of you for your personal sacrifices on behalf of my family and America.
May God comfort your souls and bring peace in your hearts that your loss is not in vain.
God Bless our valiant warriors families in the ages to come.

RIP courageous ones!
Psalm 25:20
Julio Rodriguez
August 18, 2011
I did not know Staff Sgt. Frank Adamski, but my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. I thank him for serving in our country's military.
Sandi Richardson
July 3, 2011
I am so sorry for your loss.May STAFF.SGT.FRANK E. ADAMSKI rest in peace and you find comfort in knowing that he is. My thoughts and prayers are with FRANK and your family. GOD bless~ FRANK will not be forgotten.
L Greene
June 27, 2011
To the family of Staff Sgt. Frank E. Adamski:
Frank gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
May 13, 2011
MARY J YOUNG
April 29, 2011
Christine
April 22, 2011
My heart goes out to you...May time fix your wounds.. In my prayers....
Delma Torres
April 10, 2011
My heart breaks when our family members in uniform are taken from us.My thoughts & prayers to the Adamski family & families who lost their loved one.You paid the ultimate price for me so I may have freedom.Thankyou for your selfless service.God has called our Bravest Guardian home.My prayers will always be for our men & women in uniform and their families.Hooah
Lena Schultz
April 9, 2011
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April 8, 2011
I hope that I have honored your son in a devotional that is written for www.pathfindingministries.org. You may see it on the devotional page of that website. I am so sorry for your loss and thank you for the sacrifice.
Gayle Roy
April 8, 2011
Yvonne Nordgren
April 8, 2011
Your sacrifice will never be forgotten
It was an honor to serve with you in Germany, Iraq, and briefly in Afghanistan dude, you will be missed. Until we meet again brother.
Octavio Fuentes
April 7, 2011
Frankie,
I know you are at your happiest now, because God our father has opened his arms to recieve you in his kingdom.You now know the true meaning of life. And I know you will be there to greet us with all our loved ones passed when the time comes. Won't that be great when we can all come together in glory. I guess that is what they ment by saving the BEST FOR LAST.We never had gotten a chance to meet in this earthly life , but we will in the eternal.I'm so proud of you. Thank you for loving and caring about us all. You are a true HERO.Til we meet REST IN PEACE. Love cousin Elana
Elana Russo
April 7, 2011
To Frank and his family, I send you my thoughts, respect and admiration for your strength of spirit. As the granddaughter of a WWI Vet, the daughter of an Army/National Guard Korean War Vet (whose name was Francis and called by his military buddies, Frank), and the sister of (3 brothers) a Marine Vet, an Army/National Guard Vet of both 1991 and 2003 Gulf wars and a veteran local Volunteer Firefighter-I was raised to appreciate those who sacrifice their time with their families, and sometimes their lives, for our freedoms in this country. Luckily, I did not have to experience a loved one making the ultimate sacrifice. But, I can only imagine that you (as would I) would wish more time with him, than have the comfort of the word "Hero". Anyone who puts themselves in harm's way, for the good of another/others, is already a Hero-so Frank deserves double the remembrance. I did not know him, or any of his loved ones, but I am honored to put down in writing what he (so young!) and all his family mean to me and our country. Occasionally, I have the good fortune to sing our National Anthem at a public event (possibly the Ledyard Memorial Day Parade this year) and the next time I sing it-I would like to dedicate it to Frank. May peace find it's way to your hearts, in it's own time.
Janice Bogue Lehner
April 7, 2011
Our deepest condolences to the family of SSG Frank Adamski. As military parents we know that the pride you feel when your son joined the military was tempered by the worries his choice brought to you. May you be consoled in the fact that you were lucky to have a HERO in your midst. May the peace of the Lord be with you always.
Paul and Jan Phillips
April 7, 2011
Frankie you are our HERO I remember your smile and laugter since pre-school scouts and many more. Frankie always made you happy when you were around him.Today he taught us to be brave and never give up. Thank you for all you did for us Rest in Peace.Linda mike sr mikejr joseph kelly Mcpartland E Patchogue ny
April 7, 2011
I know in my heart Unkie was waiting at Heavens Gate for you. What a reunion it must be, no wonder why it's such a beautiful sunny day. I love you and am ever so proud. We always knew you were our HERO.
aunti
April 7, 2011
Frank,
It was a pleasure to serve as your company commander in Hit, Iraq. I was proud of you then and more so now. Rest in peace brother.
Augustine Gonzales
April 7, 2011
did not know your son but am very sorry for your loss. and am very thankful for all that he did for us.....
tammy michon
April 7, 2011
I am so sorry for your loss. I know that losing a loved one is hard to go through. God tells us that he will soon wipe out every tear from our eyes, death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry, nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." I hope that this brings you some comfort.
April 7, 2011
Rest in peace Frank! Your family and friends will never forget what a great person and hero you were.
Megan Miller
April 7, 2011
Frank, I know I already told you this but I will say it again. I have more respect for you than you will ever know. I am honored to have known you and been a part of your life. My son tells me everyday that his uncle Frankie is his hero and he misses you. Your sacrifice for your family and this country can never be repaid and will never be forgotten. I just wish there was more time for us to watch our kids grow up together, but I promise you that I will make sure that Victoria knows who her dad was and I will do everything in my power to look after her the best I can. Until we meet again.......
Jon Zinewicz
April 6, 2011
This was a poem I found online and thought it fit well. If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, we would walk all the way to haven to bring you home again. No fairwell words were spoken, no time to say good bye, you were gone before we knew it, and only god knows why, our hearts ach in sadness, and secret tears will flow, what is ment to lose you , no one will ever know. The writer is anonymous. I think this says it all.
Sacha Perez
April 6, 2011
Frank, you are deeply missed by everyone who had the pleasure of meeting you. You have touched every life in America for fighting for our country. You will never be forgotton for all that you have done for us. I wish the best for your family through this difficult time. Rest in Peace Frank.
Christine Fontaine
April 6, 2011
Frankie there are no words to explain how special you were and how you touched everyone you came in contact with. I will treasure all the memories. Rest in peace until we met again.
Laurie Cote
April 6, 2011
The good always die young, but in your case you gave your life for this country and that will never be forgotten.. You were a great friend, husband and farther and your daughter will no that her daddy was a hero.. Missed by many loved by all!!
Tara Lefevre
April 6, 2011
Frank you were more than a friend to the many lives you touched. You were a brother, friend, and protector of freedom. The way you lived your life and the passion you showed twords the things you loved have inspired the many people whom have come to know you. Rest easy my friend we will meet in a far better place. <3 Hoyt
James Hoyt
April 6, 2011
Frankie I'm remember the first day you came to Plainfield school. We became friends immediately. I raced my Bmx bike with you for the first time. I worked my first job with you at riverview and that crazy newspaper job. I couldn't have asked for a better friend. You truly were an awesome guy and it was a pleasure to have known you. I'll never forget your bravery that you've shown and I hope your in a much better place. We all love you buddy rest easy.
Kevin Brayman
April 6, 2011
Take care Frank, I owe you a debt that can never be repaid, I will never forget you and will honor you every year. This year I'm running the Marine Corps. Marathon in D.C. in you honor. Stand down soldier, your mission is complete. Thank you for your service.
Cliff Paquette
April 6, 2011
Samantha Ladd
April 6, 2011
You were my best friend, a brother, and a true hero. You loved life so much and being around you made people share your same love. I'll never forget the last time i saw you the big smile and the long hug we shared. I would have never let go if i knew it would be the last time. But you have gone on to a better place now, even if i still want you here sellfishly, and i know you will be watching over me and everyone else who you loved. You will never ever be forgotten frank...i love you, rest easy pal.
Lee Cote
April 6, 2011
Dear Frank,
Your great achievement involved a great risk......the ultimate sacrifice.May the Lord hold you in the palm of his hand and give you back a thousand times over what you gave out.You did not stand by and observe evil acts......You made a difference and lived in a way that few have the courage to do.Even though I never had the honor of meeting you........teaching without words is the legacy you leave us as all,as the essential elements of your noble life are evident.Rest in Peace,Your Aunt Lynns friend,Jody
Jody Alligood
April 6, 2011
You were a great soldier and a great friend.. You have made the ultimate sacirface and for that you will never be forgotten..Until we meet again I will always look up to you from below. REST EASY
Erick Brule
April 6, 2011
The sacrifice Frank made on our behalf will never be forgotten. God has a special place for him and all of our heroes. Thank you Adamski family for your sacrifice as well.
Maggie Davenport
April 6, 2011
Thank you for your service. God Bless you and your family and God Bless America...
Caroline Dawson
April 6, 2011
SSG. FRANK E. ADAMSKI III You have made me one PROUD DAD. I commend you to your service to our country.I thank you for protecting us and keeping us free.May God bless you and keep you REST IN PEACE You will not be forgotten my son My love ALWAYS, DADDY.
Frank E. Adamski Jr.
April 6, 2011
Our family mourns a loss and celebrates a hero. God grant my dear uncle, my cousin Roni, and my cousin's beloved wife peace and comfort.
Christianna Maher
April 6, 2011
Frank i am sorry for the loss of your son i never meet him but hes my hero for serving are country
fensley dean
April 6, 2011
As a former Plainfield resident, my whole heart prayers are for you and your family.
Donna Tetreault
April 6, 2011
Our soldier and cousin We are so very proud of you Love and miss you dearly... Joseph and Monica Picco
April 6, 2011
Ssg Frank Adamski....a father....a husband....a son....a friend.....a HERO.....R.I.P. MY FRIEND....UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.
John Combs
April 6, 2011
for frank Adamski III. I was very honered to be involved with his beautiful family and hear the love and some stories of this devoted honerable american hero. he served his country with bravery and selflessness and was a true hero. r.i.p.
leonard manikas
April 5, 2011
R.I.P.
Art G
April 5, 2011
A native Long Islander that that just wanted to send my deepest condolances....
Eileen G
April 5, 2011
Robert Lyons
April 5, 2011
People all over this country share in your grief. Know you have total strangers shedding tears for Frank and for his family. I am so sorry for your loss.
Cheryl Tardy
April 5, 2011
candle for Frank
April 5, 2011
My sincere condolences to this family. I never knew what it feels like to loose someone to war until I lost my cousin SSG Edwin Rivera in May. My tears are yours now Frank. Thank you for your dedication for my freedom. You along with my cousin & thousands of other fallen soldiers have not really "fallen" but risen to the great skies of heaven, & now belong to God, your God's Soldiers.
Dimaris Figueroa
April 5, 2011
My deepest sympathies to you Frank and the entire Adamski family. during this most difficult time.
Mark Jordan
April 5, 2011
Our town and the entire country lost a hero. Thoughts and prayers go out to SSG Frank Adamski and his entire family. May he Rest In Peace and never be forgotten. Thank you for your service.
April 5, 2011
The Final Salute

“Brothers in Arms”, Military men and women down through the centuries, have traditionally exchanged “Hand Salutes” as a sign of recognition and as a way to render courtesy and respect one to another.

This “Hand Salute” is the last that we shall render to S/Sgt. Frank E. Adamski our Brother-in-Arms. To his family it symbolizes the love and respect that we have for Frank. And to Frank it is rendered as a symbol of honor and gratitude to thank him for the ultimate sacrifice he made for his country while opposing enemy forces in Afghanistan. No greater love is shown than a man lay down his life for another. Frank, you are a brave American Warrior, a true Patriot and a national Hero. With your passing, our Country has lost a National Treasure. We bid you a sad farewell. You will be dearly missed from among our ranks. Be at ease. Rest in Peace.

On behalf of the 1,307 military Legionnaire Veterans of Lowe-McFarlane Post 14 of the American Legion in Shreveport, Louisiana, I extend our sympathies and our condolences to Frank’s family and loved ones.

Dennis N. Engdahl, Commander, American Legion Post 14
5315 S. Lakeshore Drive, Shreveport, LA 71109
For the Commander, Carroll R. Michaud
April 5, 2011
SSG Frank Adamski III thank you for giving up your own precious life to protect our country. We pray that God will help your family get through this painful time. Your family and friends should be very proud of you and we are sure you will be missed.
Nick & Lorraine Haluga
April 5, 2011
As a wife of an Iraq war veteran I am deeply sorry. The worry then the worst possible news. My tears flow for you.
Wife of War
April 5, 2011
My deepest sympathy for your loss. From one soldier, SSG Adamski gave all and should always be remembered for his service. God bless him and his family.
Paul Warner
April 5, 2011
God Bless you sir, and thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice. May God bless your family as well.

Scott Wilson Sr
April 5, 2011
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. Our deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.
lmm
April 5, 2011
To the Adamski family:Frank was a great hero and you should all rememeber what he was all about because I know he will never be forgotten in my home even though I didn't know him personally. I have family of Veterans and we should laways be proud. ALWAYS Will be in our hearts and a Town Hero.
Dawn Winters
April 4, 2011
My deepest sympathies to the Adamski family. All of us at ReEnergy have you in our thoughts and our prayers during this most difficult time. I can not express the depth of gratitude I have for the service and sacrifice he has given nor the freedom I am provided by it every hour of everyday.
Cassandra Dowd
April 4, 2011
Danielle - Extending our deepest sympathy to you and your family in the loss of your husband. May he rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Frank & Janice Girardi
April 4, 2011
Frank, My deepest sympathies to you and your family. Your son gave the ultimate sacrafice for the country that we call free. Know that whenever you see the flag he is a part of the cloth it is cut from.
David Perham
April 4, 2011
I will never forget the sacrifice you made for all of us. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Harding Rome
April 4, 2011
Danielle ~ please accept our sincere sympathy in the loss of your beloved husband. We will pray for peace to enter your heart and memories to keep you smiling for your daughter.
Girls at ROMA IV
April 4, 2011
Thank you for your service and dedication, you will live on through the love and memories of your family and friends.
Nicole Zak
April 4, 2011
Rest In Peace our fallen hero and may time ease the pain felt by family and friends but never to be forgotten.
Stacy Ritchotte
April 4, 2011
Frank,
Hearing this was a shock to my heart. May you rest in peace
They can take tomorrow and the plans we made.. They can take the music that we never played..All the hopes and dreams, take everything..just take it away..They can never have yesterday
Kati Shaw
April 4, 2011
I am so terribly sorry for your loss. I am a veteran, and I appreciate his service. I hope you will feel everyone's support.
Kirsten Plettner
April 4, 2011
Rest in Peace Sargeant. I salute you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Diane Buto Papantonio
April 4, 2011
(I wrote this because I was inspired by who Frank was as person, and what he did for all of us)
An American soldier is sadly taken from his passage on Earth, while fighting for our great country. After a short journey through the dark tunnel with a bright light at the end, he finds himself at the gates of heaven. St. Peter is awaiting his arrival at the gates, and hails him towards the entrance to heaven.

St. Peter-"Soldier, why do you think I should allow you into Heaven? What makes you worthy?
Soldier,- “I have been a kind and generous soul and I protected my family and my country.
St. Peter- So, that makes you worthy to pass through these gates?
Soldier- I believe so I left my family, friends, and traveled half way around the globe leaving all that I know and love as well as my Freedom behind to protect them.
St. Peter- But what makes you worthy of entering the Kingdom of Heaven?
Soldier- I am unsure now is that not what the bible teaches, to live a self-sacrificing life?
St. Peter- The bible is a guide and tells a great deal of teachings and lessons. What, I would like to know is what makes you worthy enough to enter?
Soldier- I am unsure then.
St. Peter- Soldier, I will tell you why. You, did not have to guard all that you hold dear, you did not have to leave behind your family, friends and loved ones, like so many of your fellow Americans choose to do. You, did not have to risk your life for people who protest at your funerals, and treat you poorly when you return. You did not have to fight for freedom, or even freedom of religion. You did not have to fight for those who have no clue what it is like to be in harm’s way, but feel the need to take the rights that you just died for in the name of beginning fair. No, Soldier, you are a “selfless” soul who had the courage and bravery to fight for something that many abuse and take for granted. Freedom does not come without sacrifice. You, Soldier have given yourself up for nothing more than a belief a thought, if you will. You, Soldier, are why God created man in the first place and why God continues to protect man from himself. It is not always about killing others, it is about taking a stand for those who do not stand for themselves. In essence you have given yourself up for the “Hope” that Mankind can find Peace and Harmony within himself. Fighting may not always lead to Peace and Harmony, but not fighting for the “Hope” of someday having Peace and Harmony is far worse. Soldier, that is why you are worthy of entering.
Frank, you are why our Colors of our Flag do not run. You are why our Freedom will not come undone. Frank, you are why I have never felt so grateful to live in this country. I wish I could return the favor somehow. Your sacrifice will never ever be forgotten.
J. Hawes
Jason Hawes
April 4, 2011
rest in peace frank
April 4, 2011
Frank, the thoughts and prayers are with you from your entire crew here at reenergy GOD BLESS you and your family may he comfort you in your time of sorrow.
thomas congdon
April 4, 2011
PEACE TO YOU MY BROTHER, REST NOW MY FRIEND ... I SERVED WITH FRANK IN 06-07 IN Iraq. He always had a great smile and cool attitude. i liked talking with him and enjoyed his company during our tour. He will be missed indeed. I salute him and many other brothers in arms who have paid the cost for freedom. I briefly met his lovely wife in 07 at friedburg,germany but know that he was so excited to be marring her. I was joyful for him and his wife Danielle. To his loving wife and daugther ,family and friends,...my GOD blessings be upon you during thsi time and may he comfort youin the days to come....from the old man ...Rangel
david rangel
April 4, 2011
A true hero ! May god bless you all at this time.
April 4, 2011
Thoughts and prayers are with the family. Although, I did not know him, Thank you for your service,you are one of our true heros.
May you now Rest in Peace,soldier
Gary & Rose Semonco
April 4, 2011
Dear Frank, Carol Anne, Danielle, Victoria, Cynthia, and the entire Adamski Family,

I’ve never met SSgt Adamski...Frankie...but I’ve known and served with men like him! I am a Submarine Vet and currently an active member of the Friends at EB Troop Support Group, so our involvement keeps us current. We try to honor any troop we’re made aware of in whatever way we can to continually remind them...and their families...that we, too, know that Freedom Isn’t Free!!! Generally, that’s through care packages, but I also have, personally, a ministry of remembrance...for friends and family...and would like to consider y’all as such, as I would any fellow warrior, so PLEASE CONTACT ME for formatted versions of the obituary and this Guest book entry!

Our country has lost a brave soldier...a family has lost a brave son, husband, father, friend...HERO...who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom! John 13:35, the Warrior’s Verse, was well met in Frankie!!! A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to 'The United States' for an amount "up to and including his life." We do our best to honor that here!

And...I believe I understand, to some degree, the hole left behind... regardless forewarning...by anyone so loved...or held in such high personal esteem; and so I pray this helps some wee bit...to allow...enable…the grief! Definitely keepin’ y’all in fond prayers that Christ hold you close in this trying time!

When my mother died, even after a years-long battle with cancer, I was shattered by the loss…inconsolable…she was my mentor! BUT, "If your faith assures you she's in heaven, then what are the tears all about?!?" I hold eternity with God a precious, hard-won, and cherished prize...but... in the interim, the answer lies below...and believe me...I understand the tears often are not nearly as casual as this implies!

SELFISH TEARS
(I eulogize my beloved mother - March, 1989)

Today we cry...must admit they're selfish tears.
You see...our faith assures your journey's done.
But it's not for you we mourn, at all, my dear;
It's for those of us you've left behind...alone!!!

We share your joy...share your happiness at rest,
Your painful fears now for forever stilled.
You've fought the good fight, passed the final test,
But you've left behind a hole that can't be filled!!!

So, until we each rejoin you some someday,
And, while your memory buoys us through those years,
We'll miss you...but continue on our way,
And, from time to time, we'll cry our selfish tears!!!

Ray Hamilton (c) March 19, 1989

"For those who man the battle line, the bugle whispers low,
and freedom has a taste and price, the protected never know."

My sincerest condolences...sympathetic prayers,
(-=< Ray Hamilton >=-)
April 4, 2011
Say it isn't so?? Another American hero taken from us way too soon! We have a daughter and son-in-law, both serving and, we can not describe the pain we feel for you. May your memories sustain you. Don't ask why, we know why. Heaven needed another shinning star and tonight, the sky will be that much brighter!! May Frank rest in peace!!!
Raymond and Victoria Yorz
April 4, 2011
May you find peace on this difficult journey.LIFE'S WEAVING

My life is but a weaving
between my God and me;
I may not choose the colors,
He knows what they should be;
For He can view the pattern
Upon the upper side,
While I can see it only
On this, the under side.
Sometimes He weaveth sorrow,
Which seemeth strange to me;
But I will trust His judgment;
And work on faithfully;
'Tis he who fills the shuttle,
He knows just what is best;
So I shall weave in earnest
And leave with Him the rest.
At last, when life is ended,
With Him I shall abide,
Then I may view the pattern
Upon the upper side;
Then I shall know the reason
Why pain with joy entwined,
Was woven in the fabric
Of life that God designed.
(Author: Unknown)
God bless each of you.
V/r Reverend Wold
Reverend Liz Wold
April 3, 2011
For all we are as Americans we owe to our heros in uniform. Frankie was one of our heros who gave his life to protect us all. He was a kind, gentle, and loving friend who will deeply be missed. I will always remember seeing the smile on his face while holding his daughter in his arms with love and pride. To his family from mine I like to give my deepest graditude and condolences to a true American HERO. God bless
Nicholas Stavropoulos
April 3, 2011
God Bless this man for his service. I don't pretend to understand what sacrifice he made for all of us, and I did not know him, but he is a hero in my eyes. May his family find the grace and love, and especially peace in their hearts that he surely wanted for them.
Randy Henckel
April 3, 2011
IN MEMORIUM

In countless gentle, kindly ways he lived a sermon all his days. Believing in the folk he knew and making friends his lifetime through
Enjoying life, its works and fun, he sought the best in everyone. Living his faith from day to day, he sowed good seed along the way.
Now death has set his spirit free in fields of immortality, to claim a task of greater worth than any he had known on earth.

MISS ME BUT LET ME GO

When I come to the end of the road, and the sun has set for me, I want no rites in a gloom-filled room. Why cry for a soul set free?
Miss me a little, but not for long and not with your head bowed low. Remember the love that we once shared. Miss me, but let me go.
For this is a journey that we all must take. And each must go alone. It's all a part of the Master's plan, a step on the road to home. When you are lonely and sick of heart, go to the friends we know, and bury your sorrows in doing good deeds. Miss me, but let me go.
Robin & Debbie McAteer
April 3, 2011
Brenda
April 3, 2011
Sending our deepest sympathy to you Frank and your family, our thoughts and our love are with you..
~Pete and Debbie Soulia, Taftville, Ct.
April 3, 2011
Veronica,
I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. I remember how much you loved him and looked up to him as a young child. May those fond memories offer you some comfort. Your brother is a true American Hero. We are grateful for his service. Love, Mrs. Hutchinson
Natasha Hutchinson
April 3, 2011
My thoughts and prayers are with the Adamski family. I remember Frankie from high school, he was a great person and always fun to be around. May you Rest in Peace Frankie, you are a true Amerrican Hero. Thank you for your service to our country and for your sacrifice. R.I.P.
Diana Desmarais
April 3, 2011
Sending my deepest condolences to all the family in your time of grief. I salute a true American Hero. Thank you for your service to and ultimate sacrifice for our country. Sending my love to Diane, John, Danielle and Victoria. Sue Austin (Jacksonville, FL)
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