Juel "Jay"-Adair-Obituary

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Juel "Jay" E. Adair

Papillion, Nebraska

Oct 6, 1919 - May 5, 2013

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Thank you to everyone for all the kind words expressed regarding 'Dad'. He was a special guy that loved family, friends and neighbors alike and don't forget a good turkey cooked on the Weber. All the kind words, cards and flowers are very much appreciated.

The Jay Adair family

To the Adair family: The world has lost a wonderful person. Jay will be greatly missed. Three years ago we visited Jay and Golda and had such a great visit. We are cousins.

The Adair Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Jay was such a friendly kind man and will be missed by so many. May all your wonderful memories bring comfort to you. He will always be in your hearts. Bless you all.
Dale & Caryl Horton

To Family Would sure like to have visited with Jay again. We are so sorry for your loss.. We sure did like to visit with Jay & Golda.. Will miss Jay, when we get to Omaha next time . You have our deepest sympathy. Jerry & Debbie Thompson Greeley Colorado

We will miss Jay. We are remembering our family reunions of the past and our hearts are with you all.
Ruth Akerson
Gail & Richard Johnson
Marla & Mark Grotohoff

Good to visit with you in Omaha and chat on the phone.
Glad you met Larry and that you was happy for me.
Please give Donald a hug from me and Max as you will see him on the other side.
Love you Dad
Yolande Adair and Larry, Manhattan Ks

Uncle Jay, it was so good to have our time together last monday and all the stories we shared of the pheasant hunts and fishing trips to Maloney. To swap stories of your hunting dog Brownie and stories of Bob and my dogs. Thanks for the memories, Steve.

Uncle Jay we have had so many great hunting and fishing memories, as we talked about last thursday nite they were so special i will carry them with me the rest of my life. your hunting dog brownie and me and bob's dogs and all the pheasants at Cambridge. love ya all ways, p.s. i out fished you and grandpa, uncle art, dad and bob at maloney sitting on the rock! love ya, your loving nephew steve.

Our sympathy to the family of Uncle Jay. We will miss our many visits, sharing meals together, and family celebrations. We will especially miss our friendly competition on first tomato picked and how big it was. May you rest in peace.


Juel "Jay"'s Obituaries

Juel E. "Jay" AdairOct. 6, 1919 - May 5, 2013Preceded in death by Son: Donald. Brother:Art. Sisters: Helen Herbster & Doris Adair.Survived by Wife: Golda. Children & Spouses: Shirley Megel, Statham, GA., Larry & Janet Adair, Double Oak, TX., Gene Adair, Hooper, NE.,...

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