Danny Cephus Adkins

June 15, 1944April 26, 2021

Danny Cephus Adkins, age 76, of Frostproof, Florida walked into Heaven, guided by the outstretched hands of Jesus, on Monday, April 26, 2021. Danny was born June 15, 1944 in Comfort, West Virginia.

A devoted servant of the Lord, Mr. Adkins enjoyed spending his time camping and fishing along the New River. Over the years he owned several businesses in West Virginia, including Brittany's Restaurant, Adkins Vending, and West Virginia Real Estate.

Mr, Adkins is suvived by his loving wife, Julie Sutphin Adkins of Froostproof; FL, son Danny Gregory Adkins (Kim) of Winter Haven, FL; daughter Tina Adkins of Crosslanes, WV; adopted daughter Ashley Hager (Howardy) of Drawdy, WV; grandchildren, Brittany, and her children, Jax and Lynnlee, as well as Evan and his children, and Heidi, Danielle, Cassidy, and Jacob; step grandchildren Haily, Zach, Brandon, and Bradly; as well as a special cat, Lammie Grace. He is preceded in death by his parents.

Services will be held at a later date at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida.

Dad, I know you are in Heaven, I love and miss you. - Danny Gregory Adkins

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Angie Smith

April 29, 2021

It's been many long years since I last saw you. You were one of my favorite people and I wish we had been able to reconnect. You were always a kind man, I remember infectious laughter as we would tease each other about the silliest things when you and my aunt first moved to Florida. I'll miss you forever Uncle Gator.

Angie Smith, formerly Sutphin

Greg Adkins

April 28, 2021

Dear Dad in Heaven, I hope you are having a great day in Heaven meeting Jesus and his Disciples and hanging out with all of our family that is in Heaven. We all love and miss you. Your son, Greg.

Ashley Hager

April 28, 2021

There are no words to express the heartbreak and sadness we feel because you are no longer with us. You taught me many things through the years. You were always firm, yet always kind. We shared many laughs and lots of memories. I will miss you, dearly. I love you and will see you again until then, Rest Easy, Pops.