Cliff Adams

Houston, Texas

Mar 31, 1927 – Jun 24, 2014


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Cliff Adams Thomas Clifton "Cliff" Adams was born on March 31, 1927 in McMahan Texas to Earl and Myrtle (Baker) Adams. Upon graduation from Lockhart High School he immediately began studies at Texas A&M, College Station. After several months at A&M, Cliff took a hiatus from his...

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As a man of God, a church leader,Texas Aggie, and devoted husband and father, Cliff was a wonderful role model, and in his quiet way he profoundly impacted me as well as my husband and children (all four of whom turned out to be Texas Aggies). I am so grateful that God made it possible for me to attend the memorial service, which was a beautiful testimony to God's faithfulness and Cliff's life on this earth. My love and thanks to Flora and all the family, Lois McCall

Sorry for your loss.May it bring comfort to know thatGod promises to wipe out every tear from our eyes.These tears can be brought from pain ,sorrow and loss of a loved one.We all look forward to the time when we can see our loved ones again.

How do I sum up Cliff's inpact on my life? That oould be JOY. Joy in serving with him on the Bethel Missions Committee and sharing his love for Missions. Joy during our Tuesday Morning prayer times. Joy during our Thursday night Bible studies at the Adams' home so many years ago. Even Joy in him making me account for each and every dollar with the Bethel Dental Missions trip funds. Joy in watching him take care of Flora and the way he loved his family. And Joy last week when I saw him in...

I got to know Cliff through serving on the Bethel missions committee with him for years. He and his family are such a wonderful example to my wife Lauri and me. I especially admire his quiet, faithful care for his wife, and his calm godly wisdom.

In all of the memories of him I have...he is smiling. The love of the Lord shown through him in a truly amazing way. I remember YEARS ago, we thought we might lose him and then he got a new heart! I remember being so concerned about him because a heart transplant! wow! That's a big deal. Days after the surgery, I asked David Earl how his Dad was doing. He said, "fine. He mowed the lawn today!" That story still makes me laugh. I have many more memories of bday parties and...

I first got to know Cliff when we both served on the mission's committee at Bethel Church. He loved God and wanted each person to have a personal relationship with Jesus. He and his family loved what God has been doing each year in the Gospel Tent during VBS. Cliff not only loved Jesus, missions but cared for his dear wife, Flora, his family and others. What a great example of a man finishing his race well.

Cliff is a special and dear man who will be lovingly remembered by all who knew him. Now he is face to face with his Lord.and rejoicing. My prayers are with Flora and all the family.

Once Cliff's heart was almost gone,
But god provided a new one.
He served in many a way,
A truly Godly man you must say.
At 6:30am on Tuesday,
He will be missed as the men pray.
Where can he be?
With Jesus, we all must agree.