Adam C. Rangel
October 1, 1935 – March 19, 2020
Adam C. Rangel, age 84, of Santa Clara, California who resides in Kennesaw, passed away on Thursday March 19, 2020. He was born on October 1, 1935 in Austin, Texas. He is preceded by death by his beloved wife Gloria, who he loved dearly. He was an educated and self-made man with a loving heart. Adam is survived by his 6 children, 17 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Services will be held soon.
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Adam C. Rangel
The Gray family
March 31, 2020
Dear Rangel cousins, we are so very sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Aunt Lydia and Uncle Joe send their love and prayers for your entire family. We hope that all of you can get through this devastating loss together. God Bless you from the bottom of our hearts. The Gray (Rangel) family.
March 30, 2020
Our father had an easy going , classy and cool style about him a real California man. He Loved God and family. he studied the scriptures and became a man of faith, with much help from his beloved wife our Mother, Gloria. He was a great life coach and counselor. He grew up in a time when life was difficult the world was changing , his struggles were real yet Somehow he managed to thrive. Against all odds, in the end he was a success with God above and his family who loves him. Dad, your work has just continued into the heavens we will love you forever. You’re essence and heart remains always With us. Thanks for a beautiful life
March 26, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Rangel family in Georgia. Sending prayers of healing and comfort your way. Your Dad, my Uncle, had an infectious laugh and smile that filled the room. He had a larger than life presence for sure. May he rest in peace with the assurance that he's now with your Mom in Spirit and with Spirit.
March 23, 2020
Uncle Adam was an incredible man. My family and I would visit him, my Aunt Gloria, and my cousins quite often on the weekends during our early time in CA. He gave me some sage advice when I was only 13 years old....that advice has stayed with me and has served me very well. Thank you Uncle Adam for being you. I will remember you and Aunt Gloria for a long long time. By the way, Aunt Gloria was right:)