Al Adams000001

Alvin Richard Adams

March 16, 1926 - September 22, 2017

Alvin Richard Adams, age 91, of Frisco, Texas passed away on September 22, 2017. He was born on March 16, 1926 in Watchorn, Oklahoma to Nina Lydia (Nicholson) and Floyd Richard Adams. On October 25, 1975, Alvin married Virginia Agnes Gainsforth in Desoto, Texas. He was Self-Employed in the Real Estate industry and served in the United States Navy. 

Alvin is survived by his wife, Virginia Adams; five children, Cheryl Hotz and her husband, Walter of Stone Mountain, Georgia, Debbie Gouldstone and her husband, Craig of Grayson, Georgia, Vanessa Rees  of Waxahachie, Texas, Roberta Owens and her husband, Steve of Frisco, Texas and Mason Rees of Frisco, Texas; seven grandchildren, Trevor Gouldstone, Laurie Gouldstone, Corbin Westmoreland, Peyton Owens, Madison Rees, McKenna Rees and Mychal Rees; two great-grandchildren Leah and Landon Gouldstone. 

Alvin is preceded in death by his parents and a sister. 

Family and friends are invited to a Visitation at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, Texas 75033, on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. A Funeral Service will begin at 7:00 PM.

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To a great man. Wish I hadn’t lost touch. Loved him like a dad. Wes Westmoreland , September 29, 2017 Uncle Al was a great man. He always had encouraging words. He always was interested in my children and their future. I loved his jokes. He is truly going to be missed, he had a great life. I love you Uncle Al Jennifer voyles, September 28, 2017 I thank God for the years he gave us to enjoy Uncle Al's life. He had many adventures always interesting stories & life lessons to share. Many business ventures helped others with advice & experiences to help us. I saw how hard he & Aunt Virginia worked to give their family a good life. He enjoyed life to the fulliest never let things conquer him, he had always had a fighting spirit,not to give up or give in. I believe he fought til he was just to tired. I have more memoires than can write here for sure,but im glad to say I was his favorite niece,lol, only one but was proud to try to always be the best. He helped fill a big void n my life after my Dad passed, always there to encourage me & guide thru this crazy world! Anyone would've been proud to say "that's my Uncle" ! Love u Unlce Al,say hi to all our family will see y'all all again when its our time to go home!
Virginia Voyles, September 26, 2017