Ronald David Adams

June 20, 1949 - February 26, 2009

Ronald David Adams, age 59 of Frisco, Texas passed away on February 26, 2009 in Plano, Texas. He was born on June 20, 1949 in Wynne, Arkansas to Earl Preston and Ann Gertrude (Canada) Adams. Ronald married Toneta Adams on January 30, 1971 in Anaheim, California. He was Self-employed in the Home Improvement Industry. Ronald is survived by his wife, Toneta Adams of Frisco, Texas; children, Annette Honescko and her husband, Joey of Frisco, Texas, Ronald Richard Adams of Frisco, Texas, Regina Murphy and her husband, Patrick of McKinney, Texas, Alyssa Dunn and her husband, Brian of California; five grandchildren; sisters, Sandra huffman and her husband, John, Judy Whittington and her husband, Jack; brothers, Tom Adams, Bill Adams and his wife, Genevieve; several nieces, nephews and a host of friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen, Texas with Pastor John McKinzie officiating.

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My wife and I met Ron, Tony and their extended family in 1973. At that time I was in sales with UPS and was transferred from San Diego to Santa Anna. We met them at Central Assembly of God Church in Anaheim. We became instant friends. I used to photograph Ron when he rode motocross at Saddleback. Both of our families had 1 daughter of the same age. We became the bests of friends until I was once again transferring to Las Vegas, Nevada inn 1975. Over the years we lost track of one another but would look up & contact once again. Ron and Tony really loved the Lord and really filled a void in our lives. They both are so precious still to Glady & Myself. Tony Glady & I will keep you in our prayers. Love ya bunches. John&GladyGray Blue Springs, Missouri John&GladyGray , August 18, 2020 Ron was my brother's father-in-law. I always considered him to be my Uncle-in-law. EVERYONE loved him. I love the fact that he had been EVERYWHERE. From a little nothing town in Northern California to some small logging road in Arkansas. If you mentioned it, he had been there. He could describe it and tell a story about it too. It never ceased to amaze me. When I get to heaven I will know who to go to for directions. I will miss playing Harts and watching motocross. I am very sad to see him go. I am thankful to haven known him. He leaves behind 3 of the greatest daughters and an amazing wife. He and Rich always called each other "Bud" and they clearly were buds. As much best friends as father and son. They all loved him more then I could possibly describe. Paul & Lisa Honescko, March 2, 2009