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Elliott Sons Funeral Home

4255 Columbia Road, Martinez, GA

OBITUARY

Adam C. Bledsoe Sr.

September 29, 1986July 9, 2019
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Mr. Adam C. Bledsoe Sr., 32, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.

Adam was the true definition of a man, as he took much pride in working to provide for his family. In his free time, he enjoyed playing with his children and cooking his infamous South Carolina barbecue. He was a member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters. Adam will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Adam was preceded in death by his father, Richard Bledsoe. His survivors include; his wife, Brittany Bledsoe; his children, Adam C. Bledsoe Jr., and Mallory J. Bledsoe; mother, Virginia Bledsoe Glazzard; brother, Joshua (Nedra) Bledsoe; sister, Shauna (Victor) Bledsoe; and many nieces and nephews. Memorial services in Adam's honor will be held at 12pm, Saturday, July 13, 2019 at the Columbia Road Chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, July 13, 2019

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Nate Meade

July 12, 2019

I had the privilege to request Adam to my crew doing walls after he expressed interest in learning more than his current job was which was building shoring towers in the lay down yard. He was young and eager to learn. A hard worker and gave it his all 10 hours a day. I was a butthole to work for and I could turn his pale skin red quite often but he looked up to me. He was a pleasure to be around. A really solid kid with good morals and was great with money. I was very impressed that he wasn’t like other kids his age. He drove an old POS car. I believe it was a white Chevy lumina. He didn’t care to have nice new things. He wanted to save his money which amazed me. We became very good friends and I watched him grow. I was with him at the bar when he meet his wife. Never seen that one coming. But he loved Brittany and made a family with her. I’m gonna miss this guy as I’m sure anyone that called him a friend will. He always had a goofy smile on his face. I nick named him Thor. I know he loved his kids and his wife. You could see in his pictures the love he had for them. I spoke with him often. Love you bro. Till we meet again

Kevin Bradford

July 12, 2019

I met Adam Bledsoe 7 years ago while we were working for a company called alberici and had the privilege to call him my friend. He was the kind of man that any man could look up to. He believed that a person should do their best and proved it every single day. I don't know if carpentry came easy to Adam or he just made it look easy. As an apprentice he out worked most journeyman with ease. As a journeyman he found a way to influence every apprentice that came through our Union Hall. Seemingly his two favorite words were "really" and "babe" and they will never sound the same again. Knowing him made me a better person. He was the best of us.

David Gonshorowski

July 12, 2019

Adam Bledsoe a man of integrity, good morals and excellent manners. He had a great work ethic and put 110 percent into everything he did. He set a good example for everyone around him. He was an amazing person to be around. The world would be a better place if we had more men like him. He was my friend and he will be missed.

Jessica and Ed Tollison

July 10, 2019

There are no words that can be said that can take away the pain that this family has endured. Adam was a great man and a great friend. He was a fantastic husband and a lovingly awesome Dad. I dont have a lot of memories but I do know 1 that just sticks out and that is his favorite word which is "babe". He was there for me and my family during our difficult time and that will not ever be forgotten. May God be with this family during this life changing event.

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