Jack-Adams, Jr.-Obituary

Jack Edward Adams, Jr.

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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So sorry to hear of Jack's death. I will always remember him as a sweet caring person (he was my first real boyfriend). He and Rickie were also bowling colleagues as well. He was quite a good bowler. Has been well over 50 years since all the memories.
Once again, sorry for your loss.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Sorry to hear . I send my condolences

Bonnie so sorry to here about Jack he could always make me laugh! We will try to be there.

So sorry to here about Jack we will try to to be at his service.

Bonnie so sorry for you and Jack's family on his passing. When I think back to all the time we all spent together in the past all I do is smile! We had so much fun and made great memories for a life time. He was special to me and I will never forget any of you!!

Bonnie, I am so sorry for you and Jack's family. He was one of the "good guys" of S.E. and I'm sure he will be missed by everyone who knew him.

Bonnie,I'am so sorry to hear about jack.He could make you laugh no matter what mood you were in.If there is anything i can do,please call me.love ya, and thinking of you. R.I.P. JACK !

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.


Jack's Obituaries

Jack Edward Adams, Jr., 67, of Roanoke passed away Sunday May 26, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents Jack E. Adams, Sr. and Doris Adams and his brother Rickie Adams.Surviving are his daughter Tiphanie Witt, his sons Eric Adams and Jack E. Adams III, 6 grandchildren and sister Bonnie...

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