In memory of
Paul L. (Sparky) Adams Jr.
In memory of
Paul L. (Sparky) Adams Jr.
age 73, born 7-18-47, passed away 9-12-20. His passing followed a 17-year battle with Parkinson's Disease attributed to his exposure to Agent Orange during his service in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. Paul is survived by his wife, Kathleen Uveges Adams of Berea, his son, Jonathan of Westlake, his daughter, Rebecca of Brooklyn, NY, and his sister, Nancy Adams of Washington, DC. He was a graduate of Berea High School ('65), Baldwin-Wallace College ('69) and Ohio University (M.A.,'74). He served as an Educational Specialist for U.S. Navy Recruiting and later as Director of Annual Giving at Baldwin Wallace. His life motto was: "Take care of my people." And he did -- as a loving husband, father and brother, stalwart friend and trusted colleague. He was a staunch supporter of veterans throughout his life. Paul was a prolific poet and writer and was committed to global peace and understanding. He loved international experiences and exposure to people of other cultures. In continuation of his life of service and giving, Paul's body was donated to the Cleveland Clinic Body Donation Program for the Advancement of Medical Science. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Harriette H. and Paul "Sparky" Adams Family Fund at Baldwin-Wallace University or any organization of your choice focused upon peace in the world or support of our planet.
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In memory of
Paul L. (Sparky) Adams Jr.
age 73, born 7-18-47, passed away 9-12-20. His passing followed a 17-year battle with Parkinson's Disease attributed to his exposure to Agent Orange during his service in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. Paul is survived by his wife, Kathleen Uveges Adams of Berea, his son, Jonathan of Westlake, his daughter, Rebecca of Brooklyn, NY, and his sister, Nancy Adams of Washington, DC. He was a graduate of Berea High School ('65), Baldwin-Wallace College ('69) and Ohio University (M.A.,'74). He served as an Educational Specialist for U.S. Navy Recruiting and later as Director of Annual Giving at Baldwin Wallace. His life motto was: "Take care of my people." And he did -- as a loving husband, father and brother, stalwart friend and trusted colleague. He was a staunch supporter of veterans throughout his life. Paul was a prolific poet and writer and was committed to global peace and understanding. He loved international experiences and exposure to people of other cultures. In continuation of his life of service and giving, Paul's body was donated to the Cleveland Clinic Body Donation Program for the Advancement of Medical Science. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Harriette H. and Paul "Sparky" Adams Family Fund at Baldwin-Wallace University or any organization of your choice focused upon peace in the world or support of our planet.
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