OBITUARY

Dalbert Franklin Adkisson

May 15, 1937November 27, 2018

Dalbert Franklin Adkisson, age 81, passed away on Tuesday November 27, 2018. Dalbert was born May 15, 1937 to Edith and Thomas Adkisson.

Dalbert is preceded in death by his parents, Edith and Thomas Adkisson, his sisters, Eleanor Weigand, Ella Mae Freauff, and Helen Tittle, his brothers, Harold Lesser and Thomas Adkisson.

Dalbert is survived by his wife, Joyce Adkisson, his sisters, Dorothy Schneidmiller and Vernetta Dingler, his children, Jeff Adkisson, Tammi Sjoden, Glenda McCartney, and step-son, Steven Nilsson. He leaves behind his grandchildren, Alex Adkisson, Karley Adkisson, Riley Adkisson, Nikki Sjoden, Thomas Sjoden, Ryan Sjoden, Danielle Gordon, Cayden Beck, and Michael Nilsson.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.olingerhampdenmortuary.com for the Adkisson family.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Thomas Sjoden, Pallbearer
  • Ryan Sjoden, Pallbearer
  • Alex Adkisson, Pallbearer
  • Riley Adkisson, Pallbearer
  • Michael Nilsson, Pallbearer
  • Cayden Beck, Pallbearer
  • Jeff Adkisson, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Steven Nilsson, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Viewing Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, December 5, 2018
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, December 5, 2018
  • Reception Wednesday, December 5, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dalbert Franklin Adkisson

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Carmela Calamera

December 4, 2018

Frank, was a man of integrity who really loved God’s Word. He lived a life that exemplified love, concern, caring for not only the person but where they would spend Eternity. He spoke to anyone, anywhere and people listened. He was thought of highly in our groups at church, in the restaurants, in the prisons where he ministered and shared the Word and the Love of God no matter whenever and wherever he was. He loved to sing Praises to the Lord. Even as Frank was going through his health issues these past few years never complained always had a belief in God’s Healing Word and always at his side was his Beloved Wife, Joyce. They were like two bookends. Where one was; there was the other praying and loving on people through there crisises, illnesses and bereavement. They lived their lives on the Word of God, imparted His Word for Healing, but most of all wanted everyone to know the Love Of Jesus.. Frank’s lagacy was to Lead Everyone to the Lord and that they would go to Heaven. Yes, Frank left an indelible mark on my life and will be always be remembered: His Prays, singing, and his joking will be missed: “ Our Loss Heaven’s Gain!
I am imaging Frank meeting Jesus
And Jesus saying to Frank: “Good and faithful Servant!”
Your Friend,
Carmela Calamera

Karen Garrett

November 30, 2018

I loved my Uncle Frankie!
He was a hard working man with many talents and loved the Lord!

We will miss his witty personality!
My husband Jim loved his sense of humor as well!

I love this picture of us, it shows his love for family his entire life!

We will miss him!

Karen and Jim