OBITUARY

David Carlton Adams Jr.

January 2, 1949October 20, 2021

David Carlton Adams Jr., 72 of Louisville, passed away Wednesday, October 20, 2021. He was born on January 2, 1949 to the late David “Doe” C. Adams Sr. & Betty Jo Morrison Adams Barnes. He was preceded in death by his brother, D. Craig Adams; and nephew, John Adams.

David was a graduate of Fern Creek High School. He was a proud U.S. Army Veteran having served his country in Vietnam. He worked as a Union Electrician, a member of Local 369 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

David was always seeking to do good work, volunteering his time to do electrical work for homeless veterans, and spending countless hours volunteering at his parish St. Luke Catholic Church, where he was a longtime parishioner.

Left to cherish his memory, his sons, David Carlton Adams III (Jenny), & Travis Price (Angela); grandchildren, Alex & Andy; brothers, Donald Adams (Sharon), & Chad Adams (Marlene); sister, Deborah Robinson; aunt, Dora Mae Fante, sister-in-law, Christine Adams; nieces and nephews, Adam, Jacob, Josh, Andrea Whitney, Sarah, & Charissa; and special friend, Peggy Leslie.

Visitation Tuesday, October 26, 2021 3-8pm at Arch L. Heady & Son Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Hwy. Funeral Mass Wednesday, October 27, 2021 11am, at St. Luke Catholic Church, 4211 Jim Hawkins Dr. David passed after battling pancreatic cancer. Memorial contributions in his memory may be directed to a cancer charity of choice, St. Luke Catholic Church, any charity that assists our Veterans, or another charitable organization of your choice.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, October 26, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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David Carlton Adams Jr.

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Peggy Leslie

October 21, 2021

David was my dearest and best friend ever! I met David October 17th, 5 years ago and knew then this was the guy for me. He was always around me and Colton. He never met a stranger no matter where we went he always carried on a conversation with people like he knew them. He was there for anyone who called and/or anything that needed to be done. Colton and I have SO many memories we will cherish forever. I thank God Colton and I had the pleasure to have known such an awesome man. We miss YOU already but will never forget having known you. We love you babe now you can RIP

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY