OBITUARY

Webster Adams

August 16, 1932June 20, 2012

WEBSTER ALONZA ADAMS, SR. went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, June 20, 2012. Born August 16, 1932 to Mabel Milburn, (mother), and Rufus Adams, (father), in Chester, Pennsylvania. After graduating High School, Webster Adams went to the United States Air Force where he was assigned to the 528th Air Base Squadron and specialized in Cryptography. He served from May 18, 1951 thru May 17, 1955. Webster received the National Defense Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal. Webster was a Veteran of the Korean War. Later he married the Love of his Life, the Late Doretha E. Adams (perceived him in death 2005). The Lord blessed them with nine beautiful children. Webster was employed thirteen years with the United States Postal Service and after attending night school where he received an Associate Degree in Electrical Technology, Webster was later employed by the Protection Services Division of Honeywell, Inc. until his retirement in 1994. While at Honeywell, he received The Recognition of Commitment to Quality Service Award in 1987, 1990 and 1991. In 1994 Webster and Doretha moved to Ormond Beach, Florida. Our Dad was an awesome father, grandfather, and great grandfather. Daddy loved to dance, sing, watch sports and listen to Jazz. He always had a positive message or something knowledgeable to say with everyone who came in contact with him. The number one thing that mattered most to daddy was his FAMILY! Webster was a member of the Theatre Workshop of the Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, Ormond Beach, where he performed in numerous plays. God called Webster home on Wednesday, June 20, 2012. He now joins his wife Doretha and two sons John and Dane. He leaves to cherish precious memories, three brothers: Robert, Billy and Raymond; one sister: Mattie; three sons: Webster, Jr., Stacey and Vernon; four daughters: Roxanne, Angela, Dawn and Jinine; two sons-in-law: David Tarry and Dennis Abraham; nineteen grandchildren: Grandsons - Aaron, Hasan, Yuhanna, Webster III, Silas, Julius, Dane Jr., Tilden, Stacey Jr., Christopher, Isaiah, Alonza, Jules and Jahine: Grand-daughters - Hysonja, Aziza, Doretha, Secoyah and Jhanae; thirteen great grand children: Nadee, Chase, Asha, Eche’, Lady Aaron, Mikie, AiDinh, Soviya, Jaya, Umi, Shawn, Andrew and Miracle; also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A celebration of life will be held 2:00PM Tuesday June, 26, 2012 at Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, 548 N. Nova Rd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 11:00AM until the time of service. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.volusiamemorialfunerals.com. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Volusia Memorial Funeral Home, Ormond Beach, FL.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 26, 2012
  • Celebration Of Life Tuesday, June 26, 2012
REMEMBERING

Webster Adams

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Matthew Holland

March 17, 2013

My condolences to Vernon, and all. Mr. Webb was a great man and extremely wise. He always had very strong caring advise. The last place I saw him was Publix we talked for a good fifteen minutes and shared some good laughs. It was good to hear him say the family was doing well, and it's good to know him, and his wonderfull wife are reunited.

Dawn Adams-Abraham

July 26, 2012

I really miss my best-friend, my Dad. It has been one month now and everyday has been rough for me. I know he's with God and my Mom and brothers, but I want him here with me so I can hear his laughter, his wise words, and just to say I Love You!!!! RIP Dad!!!you are surely missed!!!

patricia fields

June 29, 2012

Webster Adams was a wonderful father in law to me..He was the ideal father every young women would love,to have .always smiling and accepted me for me it was joy and honor to know this man ...the Adams 5 I call your grandsons love you and wish they had time to see you.....but I see,you in all five especially when they cross there legs lol we have memoirs so sleep Mr Adams pop pop rest with your beautiful wife .....

delloyd mckee

June 29, 2012

My condolences to Angie and all your siblings and family.i will miss Webb greatly.I will miss all the barbeques, especially watching him enjoy those Hot sausages. Farwell sir i had a lot of respect for you, may you rest in peace.

Stephanie Moseley

June 28, 2012

What a special special man who left endless memories for all he touched to hold on to. May all of Mr. Web's memories be with you all and comfort you for a lifetime. I know he made me laugh countless times whether I lived in Ormond, Nashville, or Richmond. I can just picture him in heaven dancing cheek to cheek with Miss Doe, the love of his life! That makes me smile. He will be missed equally with Miss Doe!

Katrina Le Blanc

June 27, 2012

Mr. Webb will be sorely missed, I will always remember his mild manner, yet upbeat personality. To the family, don't look at it as a loss, as he remained here to watch over you for a season. Now he's in heaven rejoicing with the Lord, and beside the love of his life, looking down on you!

May God bless and keep you during this time...love you all!

Katrina Le Blanc and Family :-)

Hasan

June 26, 2012

Looking at the photos, I don't know which is making me laugh more: Uncle Vernon's tight slacks, or Grandpa's chicken legs that I've somehow inherited. Nonetheless, I'm flooded with loads of memories I haven't thought about in a long time, and I can't stop smiling at the photos of my beautiful grandmother and awesome grandfather. I miss my grandfather. I miss his voice; I miss his laugh; I miss watching he and my mother dancing. I hadn't spoken with Grandpa much in recent years, and that last time I saw him was about five years ago at an Applebee's in Jenkintown, PA, where I had lunch with my mother and he. Regardless of how absent I was though, he'd always loved and comforted me as if we'd spoken regularly. We'd go years without speaking, but he was always quick to remind me of how much he loved me and how proud he was. Grandpa was also never afraid to set me straight when I was being a bonehead. I miss you, Grandpa. I love you.

The Pratt Family

June 26, 2012

May God bless all of you at this difficult time and bring you comfort as you recall the many fond memories that you shared with Mr. Adams. I look forward to conversing with him when God's will is done on earth as it is in heaven. (Matthew 6:9-10)

June 26, 2012

I was sorry to hear of Webb's passing..I met him for the first time in Guys/Dolls ..he was very encouraging to a 'newcomer' and made me feel so welcome ! ..that was so appreciated!
I am so sorry for your family's loss... for everyone's loss in TWS.
Deep condolences - lois lippman

June 26, 2012

I did several shows at Theater Workshop with webb, most recently Guys and Dolls. Webb was always a joy to be around and we had many laughs together. He will be missed.
Bob Weaver