OBITUARY

John Franklin Adcox

November 15, 1935September 29, 2012

John Franklin Adcox was born on November 15, 1935 and passed away on September 29, 2012 in Hermitage, TN.

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John Franklin Adcox

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Lynne Suggs

October 5, 2012

I did not personally know John, but felt like I knew him through a mutual friend. He seemed to love life, except for the pain. I am sure he is sitting right now at a great fishing hole enjoying a thing he loved! I am praying for his family and friends! May God bless you and comfort you!

E. Padron

October 4, 2012

I am so sorry for your loss. I have also lost a loved one who was suffering. Even though I cannot say the pain is gone, there is one thing that continues to give me comfort. It is the assurance that God will "wipe out every tear...and death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore..." I hope you can receive the same comfort from this promise as I have.

Rhonda Petty-Fondaw

October 3, 2012

To the family of John Adcox My dad and your dad were good friends. They shared the love of fishing and hunting together thru the Hermitage Sportsman Club. I lost my Dad (George Petty) in 2010. My Mom (Mai Petty) and I are thinking about you and your family. I know my Dad thought a lot of your Dad. So Sorry to here of your loss.

October 3, 2012

Kimberly,

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Thinking of you during this difficult time.
Cindy Mack

Donny Bergstrom

October 2, 2012

Thank you for the memories Uncle John. You will surely be missed.

Aunt Roberta, Vicky, and Kimberly (and the rest of the family) - our thoughts and prayers are with you all and will continue to be. We love you guys.

-Donny, Amber, and Trey Bergstrom

dennis and brenda adcox

October 2, 2012

thank you for the time,help,and knowledge that you give to me.i wll miss you

Betty Pritchett

October 2, 2012

John helped us have memories that will never ever fade. Such a man is a treasure to know, so full of knowledge and anxious to share. I am proud to say he was our best friend and am so very very blessed to have had the time we shared together. We miss you so much, and love you, man. Heath, we thank you for sharing your life with your Papa on our fishing trip, and for sharing that time with us, as well.

LOVE FOREVER, Steve and Betty