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Warren Adams, October 27, 1948~September 14, 2015

Adams for WebsiteWarren Adams, 66, passed away early Monday morning after a protracted battle with cancer. He was the eldest of nine children born to Alex and Edith Adams in coastal New Jersey. He worked in the print business most of his life.  He worked at a newspaper as a young man.  He recently retired from Packaging Specialties, a dynamic product film printing firm he called home for more than thirty years.

As a University of Arkansas graduate who had completed his coursework towards a master’s degree in sociology, he enjoyed a good intellectual argument on a truly wide range of subjects preferably with an equally varied and entertaining beer in his hand.

Perhaps it was during his call to honor in the Navy during the Vietnam War that he developed his taste for travel.  Despite being an extreme cheapskate, he took his family on many memorable vacations across America, around the islands of the Caribbean, up to Canada and to several lovely European locations.

Preceded in death by his parents, Alex with wife Edith; and granddaughter, Lily, Warren is survived by the love of his life, Nancy; son, Alan with wife, Ronissa; son, Brian with significant other, Lesley; grandson, Addison, grandson, Ian, sister, Kristine with husband, Bruce Paterson; sister, Elizabeth with husband, Robert Torbitt; sister, Ellen with husband, Tony Townsend; sister, Kathryn with husband, Kevin Nease; brother, James with wife, Betty; brother, Carl with wife, Kathy; brother, John with wife, Kim; brother, Robert; several wonderful cousins and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service is scheduled to honor his memory Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 2 p.m. at Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville, AR.  The family prefers memorials placed in his name made to the Wounded Warrior Project in lieu of flowers, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS. 66675.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Chapel.

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    Meg Smith » 16. Sep, 2015

    Nancy and Family-

    We are so saddened here at Packaging Specialties. Warren was such a good person, a good co-worker and good friend. He will be sorely missed by us all.

    Love-
    Your PSI Family

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    John & Nilda Bergmann » 16. Sep, 2015

    Our deepest condolences on Warren’s passing. He was a good friend throughout school in Brick and he will be missed.

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    Mike Wilkins » 17. Sep, 2015

    Warren was a pleasure to work with 32 years. He always was busy being better.

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    Elaine Adams Cidlowski » 17. Sep, 2015

    On behalf of my father William A. Adams and myself, our deepest sympathy to Warren’s wife Nancy and Warrens other family members. I didn’t know Warren but heard many good things about him from my Uncle Archie when I saw him several years ago. I wish I had known him and all of you . We are so sorry for your loss.

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    Don & Marguerite Pennington » 19. Sep, 2015

    Warren will be missed by all who knew him. Our condolences and prayers are with you and your family.

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    Kim Sobotka » 21. Sep, 2015

    Nancy,

    I am so sorry for the loss of Warren. Daily prayers were said for his peace and comfort during this battle. Now I pray for you and your sons to have strength in the months to come. Hugs from Missouri.

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    Tess Watts » 21. Sep, 2015

    I always enjoyed chatting with Warren. He was a very unique man with an uncanny ability to get you info on anything you might need! I am glad I was able to meet and get know Warren through Packaging Specialties.
    My thoughts are with Nancy and the Adams family.
    Tess Watts

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    Debbie Kyzer » 25. Sep, 2015

    Nancy and Family,

    I was unable to attend the Memorial Service. I worked with Warren for many years at Packaging Specialties. He was truly a hard worker and I enjoyed his wit and knowledge regarding a variety of subject matters. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are for you and your family during this difficult loss.

    Sincerely,
    Debbie

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    Ashley Beeks » 04. Oct, 2015

    Nancy and family
    I’m so sorry for your loss! Prayers your way!

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    Tom Carney » 30. Dec, 2015

    I sorry for you loss, he was a good man.I spoke with Warren at least once a week for fifteen years, as the QA Manger at ZipPak. I visited with him in Fayetteville and Manteno. I waited too long to try and contact him.

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    Maryanne (Sue) Anema Norman » 30. May, 2016

    Nancy, Just wanted to say I was sorry to hear about Warren. I saw a tribute to him by Linda on facebook. My prayers and thoughts are with you.