Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home

1805 Highway 281 North, Marble Falls, TX


Joe Charles Adams

December 4, 1956January 10, 2020

Joe Charles Adams, 63, of Marble Falls, Texas passed away on January 10th, 2020. Joe was born on December 4th, 1956 in Lampasas, Texas to Ouida Young Adams and Charles “Chuck” Adams.

Joe was a long time resident of Marble Falls and was extremely proud of the fact. He enjoyed having a good time with friends and family and was a friend to everyone. In his spare time he liked taking photographs and was very interested in history and genealogy.

Joe is survived by his son Cory Adams, daughter-in-law Cheryl LaBounty-Adams, grandsons Dylan LaBounty and Colton Adams. He is also survived by his granddaughters Andi Perez, Sierra Martinez and Kayla Kinsey whom he loved like daughters. Also surviving him are his sisters Judy Cravens, Karen Davis, and brother-in-law Nolan Davis. Not to forget many nieces and nephews, great grandchildren and many life-long friends.

Joe was preceded in death by his mother and father, as well as, his sister Dixie Moore, and life friend and companion Reba Kinsey.

A graveside service will be held at Straley Cemetery in Adamsville on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 1:00 pm.

Arrangements by Clements Wilcox Funeral Home, Marble Falls. Online condolences may be made at: www.clementswilcoxfuneralhome.com


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, January 15, 2020


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Sierra Martinez

January 15, 2020

Heaven gained an angel sooner than we expected. Happy that you are no longer in pain, but my heart aches to hear your voice one last time. I know time is the only thing that can heal this pain I’m feeling without you here. May the days get easier, and your spirit protect and guide me. I love you more than words can describe, until we meet again my sweet paw paw. I’ll cherish all our memories together and always have you in my heart. Love sissy ❤️

Sierra Martinez

January 15, 2020

Paw paw and his great grand babies Kourtney & Eric 🥰❤️

Sierra Martinez

January 15, 2020

My paw paw was the sweetest most kind hearted man on this earth. He always brought joy wherever he was. I’ll miss those “good morning 🐾🤓” text messages he would send to me and my sisters every single day. He always made us feel loved and important. Your life was too short, but our memories will live on forever. You are missed dearly! Say hi to our grandma and uncle butch up there :) we love you paw paw our sweet guardian angel 👼🏻

Alvin Rutherford

January 15, 2020

Joe and I worked together for a long time..we we're good friends..loads of laughter shared much..my family loved Joe..my he rest in peace.
Our deepest condolences..
God bless you all...

Sherlyn Harper

January 14, 2020

I waited on Joey , (I always called him that) at the Bluebonnet Cafe for many years, loved him so much, So sorry to hear about his passing , God Bless You All, and RIP Joey.

Jennifer Greenwell

January 14, 2020

I really enjoyed Joe and very much considered him a friend. I worked with him at The Picayune for several years. He always had a warm smile and kind word. He definitely touched many lives and will deeply missed.

Courtney Bird

January 14, 2020

I met Joey in the early 80’s, we had fun hanging out. He was such a sweet man. Going to miss him.

Connie Williams/ Holmes

January 14, 2020

Joey was one in a million . Went to school with Dixie , his sister but never got to know Joey until the '70's at the baseball field . I always enjoyed chatting with him no matter where we might run into each other . He will be missed dearly . Prayers for all ❤🙏

Maggie Methvin

January 13, 2020

Joe was a really good friend to me. He would sit at the paper with all of us until the last person was gone on Wednesday, we would lock the door and make sure every one was gone then we would leave. On Fridays he would sit and keep me company and we would have lunch together. I will remember him every time i see the bench under the trees at the job where i work now. We would sit there some times and just visit. Friend you will be truly missed.

Stacee Hopkins

January 13, 2020

Joe had a heart of gold. He always brought me a Christmas card, HUGE box of Valentine Chocolates and even flowers. Super sweet man that will be missed for sure!