Adam Stephen Folk

31 March , 19311 December , 2018

FOLK, Adam Stephen – of Dartmouth, passed away on December 1, 2018 peacefully at home. He is survived by his wife Marcia, daughters, Kim, Cathy and Kelly, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Donations may be made to your local food bank. At Adam’s request there will be no funeral. Thank you to the nurses who looked after Adam. Online condolences may be viewed or sent to:


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David Folk

18 December 2018

I'am truly sorry to hear of your loss. I will keep Adam in my thoughts and prayers, along with the family

Elbert & Marjorie Stevenson

5 December 2018

Dear Marcia and Family

We are very disappointed to have heard about your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Marj , Stevie & Family

Craig and Joanne Stanfield

5 December 2018

Dear Marcia and family,

We wanted to express our sincere condolences on Adam's passing. While we didn't know him well, we enjoyed our times together in Florida with you, Adam and our mutual friends, John and Marlene. He was a real were both so nice to us. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

Deborah Smith

4 December 2018

Mrs. Folk, Kim, Cathy and Kelly. Carl and I are so sorry to learn of Mr. Folk’s passing. He was truly a great man who will be sorely missed. We have many fond memories of him. Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time.

With love.

Deborah and Carl

Kenneth Bell

4 December 2018

Hello Marcia and family,
I was saddened and surprised to read of Adam's passing. I remember being together with you and Adam at the Mechanical Contractor's Convention in St John's on Come Home Year. A lot of fun.

My years doing business with Adam were most enjoyable as Adam was always a perfect gentleman t and extremely honorable to do business with. I also know how well his employees thought of him. Adam made e great contribution to our construction industry. My thoughts are with you and your family.


Lisa Belliveau

4 December 2018

I remember Adam so well as the only father on the street who loved to come out and play 500 up with us kids. We would all be lined up on the street with our baseball gloves hoping we would be the one to catch the balls he would hit to us over and over again. After I grew up and left home, I always liked to stop and chat for a few minutes with Adam and catch up on what everyone was up to. The street felt very different when he and Marcia sold the house and moved, less like home.
Adam was a wonderful gentle man and my heartfelt sympathy goes to Marcia, Kim, Kathy, and Kelly.