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Clarence Adams III

Richmond, Virginia

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Army Specialist Clarence Adams III, departed this life September 6, 2004 in Baghdad, Iraq. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Clarence Adams Sr. (U.S. Navy), and Isaac Easter Jr. (U.S. Navy). He is survived by his wife, Tanja M. Adams; six children, Aaron, LaShawndra, Indya, Oshea,...

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We apologize for being so late in expressing our deepest condolences to you and your family. We want you to know that we will be sending Care Packages to deployed troops this week and several of these will be dedicated to your loved one. Each package will carry the name, photo, service branch, rank and hometown of Clarence Adams III US Army Specialist.

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Happy Veterans day big Clay I love and miss you my childhood friend, my BATTLE brother I will never forget you brother

Memorial Day is a tough one for me - I lost 3 people that made the ultimate sacrifice. I will cherish all the memories forever, big bro... you will not be forgotten.... love you

Your lil sis

Happy birthday, big bro! I bet youre having a blast with Dad up there today drinking a few beer and celebrating your bday! While youre at it, throw a ball for Buster a few times; he would love it! I miss you guys so much... wish we could celebrate together... love you

Lil sis

Hey Hubby,
I just wish I could hear you laugh and hear your voice one more time. I even miss your powerful bearhugs.... they did hurt sometimes....
You know we made one real good friend here, and he took Aaron in , helped him through this hard time dealing with you being gone. Well, he came to be with you now, I'm going to try to be there for his wife. That's three amazing people that left us way to early...
I love you hubby, always will .....

Big bro,

I still think of you all the time and tell people about you. I talk about how funny you were and how silly; how much you loved your family, my sister and your kids; how protective you were and how caring; how crazy you were and how goofy; how smart you were and how knowledgeable; how down to earth you were and how humble; how creative you were and how spontaneous.... I guess I could continue forever, but in the end of the day it all comes down to this - you are deeply...

Id like to take the time to say thank you to everyone who still post to this day about my big brother, he was the light in most of our lives. Now that he's gone we as a whole need to embodie some if not all his characteristics. God bless everyone who posted, came in contact, and work with my big brother <br /><br />Love you man

Always in our hearts and memory,

Just another day bro, I was sitting at my desk thinking about you. I still remember your laugh and smile. Still days I sit back and cry, I remember knocking on your trailer in Camp Victory Baghdad, in 2004. I remember us in Fort Leonard Wood in 99, I remember us in 1st Cav before we went to a place that changed our lives forever. Things can't never be forgotten. I can't believe it has almost been 13 years but I remember it like it was yesterday. I love you brother.