Gregory W. Spencer Funeral Directors

4000 Miller Ave, Fort Worth, TX


Adrian Medearis

February 26, 1972May 8, 2020

Adrian Medearis, age 48, of Houston, Texas passed away on Friday May 8, 2020. Adrian was born February 26, 1972 Fort Worth, Texas to the Parent of Vickie Medearis. Adrian a well known Choir Director and Gospel Singer.

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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 21, 2020

  • Celebration of Life & Legacy

    Thursday, May 21, 2020


Adrian Medearis

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Betty Peacock

May 31, 2020

I would like to express my condolences to the Mederis family. May God strengthen you and bring the peace that only he can do. I knew Adrian as a musician from the church I attended. He was awesome.

Alisia Guillermo

May 21, 2020

Sending my condolences to Adrian's family and all his friends. I worked with Adrian at Houston Community College. I have fond memories of Adrian coming over to our department and always making us laugh. I was very sad to hear what happened to Adrian, he was such a fun loving person. May God comfort his family in the days to come.


Jueretta Berry

May 20, 2020

Words cannot express how I feel. Thank you for the memories of the years we spent together in ministry at Trinity Fellowship Church/IKC with Joshua and the rest of the band; along with the many outings, card gatherings, restaurants that you introduced me to. Other memories I will forever cherish are the phone conversations we had while you were driving to Ft. Worth, our traditional chit'lins dinner at my house on New Year's Day, taking down my Christmas tree, our annual trip to Motown Revue and getting together "just because" and the list goes on and on. I'm so grateful for celebrating your birthday and our very last in person visit when we went to listen to music the Sunday before the pandemic protocol quarantined us. So many good memories to keep near and dear to my heart. To the Medearis family, may the peace of God comfort and strengthen you. My prayers are with each of you. To my friend, some things will never be the same again. "Rest well, "A." 😥💙

Christopher Johnson

May 20, 2020

Adrian my brother from first meeting you and each time thereafter you have always been a kind and fun loving guy to be around. You were always smiling and, possessed such a friendly and positive attitude. You were a one of a kind brother and will truly be missed.
RIH my brother.

Vee Luckett

May 20, 2020

To the family of A Dear Friend, Adrian Medearis, I send my love, prayers and condolences to all of you. He’s been a treasure in God’s Music Ministry from the time we spent together at Trinity Fellowship Church in Houston, Texas. A particular song that he worked with our Bishop, G. Emerson Scott was entitled “Broken” still resounds in my ears and in my heart loud and clearly. May you all rest in the Lap and Loving Arms of God today and forever. Please be encouraged and strengthened through the peace that The Holy Spirit brings to each of you, In Jesus Name, Amen.

Yolanda Terry

May 20, 2020

My deepest sympathy to your family. We lost a brother and friend in Houston and the hurt is felt with you. We love and pray that you all feel the love we share and send to your family during this time and forever. May God's love surround your hearts.

Merinda Arvie

May 20, 2020

My heart is oh so very heavy to know you are gone from this earth. You were always so loving and kind and just a kool person. Rejoice in Heaven!! You will be so missed down here!!

LaShawn Grisby

May 20, 2020

Adrian, you will truly be missed. I will always treasure old times at Trinity under the leadership of Bishop Gary E. Scott (oh what time we use to have there) and your smile. I’m sure you have taken over the heavenly choir by now friend. May you Rest In Peace in Gods hands!

Bruce Linscomb

May 20, 2020

Rest In God's Arm. Will miss you my friend so you go and now direct the Heavenly Choir.

Treva Jones

May 20, 2020

I'm so blessed to have shared in the music ministry with Adrian! Thank God for the servant he was and will always be remembered! My prayers and condolences to the family.


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