James Adams Obituary, Death – On the 12th of December, James W. Adams Jr., also known as Billy, who had been a resident of Oakland and had reached the age of 89, passed away peacefully. A viewing will be held for family and friends on Friday, December 16, at the Newsom Funeral Home in Charleston. The funeral home can be found at 911 E. Main Street. The visitation will be held from one to two in the afternoon. Attendance is encouraged from any and all interested parties. The funeral will take place at two o’clock in the afternoon, and it will take place immediately away.
Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the burial will take place in Springhill Cemetery, which is situated in close proximity to Oakland.
Billy Adams was the oldest of the three children that James W. Adams and Francis Holland Adams had, and he was the first kid to be born to them. He was a member of the Oak Grove Methodist Church, where he and his wife were regular attendees. He was involved in the local community and was a contributor to the church. In his spare time, Billy was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed going on hunting trips in search of deer and birds.
In addition to that, he took a great deal of joy in tending to the needs of his farm and the animals that he kept there. His wife and children will remember him as a loyal husband, and his children and grandchildren will remember him as a loving father and devoted grandfather. The only thing that surpassed his strong work ethic and his commitment to provide for his family was his unending love for them. He had a strong work ethic and he was determined to provide for his family. His parents, his wife Dorothy “Dot” Ingram Adams, and his brother John O. “Bud” Adams all went away prior to Billy Adams’s passing.