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Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home

508 E Linden Ave, Miamisburg, OH

OBITUARY

Daryl Adams

September 24, 1955January 20, 2020

Daryl Adams, 64, of Miamisburg, passed away Monday January 20, 2020 in Heartland of Miamisburg. He was born September 24, 1955 in Dayton, Ohio, the son of Reece and Frances (Robinette) Adams.

He is survived by his father; son, Jeremy Adams; three daughters, Maria Adams, Ashley Adams and Heather Adams; wife, Tammy Adams; grandchildren, Akira, Cameron, Connor, Caroline, Destiney, Brynna and Cora; sister, Anita Witt; niece, Jamie Witt.

He was preceded in death by his mother.

Celebration of life will be held from 2 - 6 p.m. on Sunday February 2, 2020 at the American Legion Post 165, 35 N. Main Street, Miamisburg.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Sunday, February 2, 2020

Memories

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Sheryl Burnett Lala

January 25, 2020

Daryl, it’s took me almost a week to write this because it feels like a bad dream that your gone. I’m so happy that I was there to see you and to say my last goodbye. No one could of ask for a better cousin . We had so much fun growing up together and I think of all the laughs we had during high school years. You was a good and kind hearted person and and it was great growing up with you I remember when you made top salesman’s at Stingers Ford we was so happy for you. Now your gone but looking down upon us with that big smile. And I know your happy and in no pain. So give your Mother ( aunt Francis ) and my Mom and big hug and kiss and tell them someday I will be standing next to my family that I love so much. I will always love and miss you.

Gloria Smith

January 23, 2020

I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Daryl. He was a wonderful neighbor and friend.
I remember you and the neighbored kids playing until dark. I give my condolences to the family. RIP Daryl until I see you again.

Gloria Smith

David Garrett

January 23, 2020

I'll miss my friend . Use to stop and talk to you many times when I saw you at times riding downtown. Darrell sold me a new mustang when he worked at interstate ford.....You will be truly missed my brother. .....Always a kind man to everyone he knew......

Akira O'Laughlin

January 23, 2020

I'm going to miss my grandpa.. A story was shared with me, about how when I was little, I always use to give him a band-Aid for his boo boo (His leg). I was too young at the time to understand that a band-aid wasn't going to fix his boo boo, but it still sparked laughter in our family. I will cherish memories like this because it hurts that he is gone, but I know he is in a better place. ❤️

Sandy (Wilson) Saunders

January 22, 2020

I have known Daryl since junior high. He always had a smile and was such a kind guy and so much fun to be around. When he came to our high school reunion he really enjoyed himself and had a huge smile on his face the entire evening. It was so great to see him so happy. Rest In Peace with the angels my friend. Much love to the family.

Katy (McGuire) Wells

January 22, 2020

My deepest sympathies go out to Daryl's family. Daryl was a good guy that I have known for over 45 years. He spent so much time over at my parents house with my brothers over the years and was always respectful. Daryl had fallen on some hard times, but the one thing that always stayed the same was his beautiful smile. I ran into him occasionally and he would always flash that great smile and ask how I was doing and also the rest of my family. I will never forget you Daryl. Rest in Peace.

Sherrie Shutts Fischer

January 22, 2020

My prayers to Daryls Dad, children and grandchildren. Daryl graduated with our class 1974 at MHS and played several sports and was always fun to be around. We have many fond memories of our school years with Daryl. RIP Daryl and I hope your memories bring the family comfort knowing Daryl is at peace now.
Sherrie Shutts Fischer
MHS 1974

Ashley Quillen

January 22, 2020

I am so very sorry to hear of your father's passing. I am praying for you all & praying God heals your broken hearts in time.
I will never forget the first time meeting him, he came flying through my work at family Dollar, had what he came for and threw it up on that counter as if he were running a race! He always smiled & Thanked me for NOT holding the door. Said he had this! Lol ! He was a very strong man & I know he loved his children without a doubt!
I also know you all loved your dad. He is running for real now, believe that, the heavens are rejoicing having him now. You will see him again in eternity ❤️🙏 Much love and prayers !!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY