OBITUARY

Warren G. Adams

April 21, 1921October 4, 2020

Warren G. Adams, devoted Christian, husband and father went to his Father in Heaven October 4, 2020. Warren was born April 12, 1921 to Elbert and Sara Jane Adams in Estelline, Texas. He married Willie " Billie" Murle Paschall October 17, 1945. She preceded him in death in May of 2016 after 70 years of marriage.

Warren was a paratrooper and expert marksman the U.S. Army during WWII. He parachuted on to the beaches of Normandy on D Day and fought the Battle of the Bulge. He was later wounded in Belgium, earning the Purple Heart. As a civilian he worked for may years as a mechanic for Ryder until his retirement. Warren was a member and Elder of East Amarillo Church of Christ for many years. He attended Bell Avenue Church of Christ. He spend his last few years in the loving and dedicated care of the VA Community Living Center.

Warren is survived by his daughter, Terri Kinsley of Fayetteville, his sin Tommy Adams and wife Denise of Amarillo, four grandchildren- Tiffany Goodman and husband Patrick, Heather Walker, Dan Adams and wife Nora, Lisa Miller and husband Andrew. He is also survived by eight great grandchildren- Dakotah, Brayden, Sanders, Bronte, Sam, Nate, Ernie and Ezra.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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Dale and Janice Clarke Johnston

October 10, 2020

Dear Tommy and Teri
We just heard of the passing of Warren and our prayers and thoughts are with you all. We have loved you all for soooo many years and are sooo happy our parents are resting in the arms of Jesus today. Dale and Janice

CHERYL WALTON

October 6, 2020

I MET BILLIE FIRST AND LOVED HER INSTANTLY. AFTER SHE PASSED, WARREN CAME INTO BELL AVE. , HE REACHED OUT HIS HAND AND SAID," THANK YOU FOR LOVING MY BILLIE".
HE WOULD SIT BEHIND ME IN CHURCH AND I ALWAYS MADE A POINT OF GIVING HIM A HUG, HE ASKED ME IF MY HUSBAND WAS LOOKING AND I SAID NO, THEN HE TOUCHED HIS CHEEK AND SAID WELL GIVE ME A KISS CHUCKLING.
WHEN I WENT TO VISIT HIM AT THE VA HE ASKED IF I WANTED TO SEE "HIS HOLE IN HIS HEAD". OH I SO LOVED HIM AND BILLIE AND WILL MISS THEM BOTH. IN CHRISTIAN LOVE, CHERYL AND RON WALTON.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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