Robert J. Adams

Born:
September 10, 1934 Neosho, Missouri
Passed Away:
May 13, 2015 Denver, Colorado

Robert J. Adams 2“Cotton” Robert Jerry Adams was a loving son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Cotton served his country during the Korean war and was a boxer during those years and he loved to hunt, fish, camp and watch sports like boxing, football and baseball to name a few. In his retirement years he enjoyed simple luxuries like having breakfast at New Barry’s, spending time working on his yard and growing tomatoes and spending time with his family. He was very loving and giving and he always had a great nature that everyone will miss. Cotton is survived by his loving wife, Sandra Adams of 60 years and his three daughters, Linda J. Myers, Pamela and Gary Zalesky, Jerri and Randy Arnell, his seven grandchildren, and fourteen great grandchildren. Cotton liked to keep everything simple and easy going and to honor this, the Adams family has a private funeral scheduled for immediate family members only as he didn’t want anyone to make a fuss about his passing. Prayers are welcomed and greatly appreciated during this time.

 

One Response to Robert J. Adams

  1. Nick Zalesky says:

    The best grandfather anyone could ever have, I can explain in words how much we will miss you Ol’ Chap! You are truly one in a million. I’m glad I was able to share my life with him, and that my boys were able to have such a wonderful grandfather! There won’t be a day we that doesn’t go by we won’t be thinking about you Ol’ Chap! We love you grandpa!!!

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