Adam Stanley Adams Jr.

November 3, 1949 - January 30, 2016
Adam Stanley Adams Jr.

Adam Stanley Adams Jr., age 66, of Wilmington and formerly of Pittsburgh, PA. was born on November 3, 1949. He was the son of the late Adam and Cecilia (Huminski) Adams.

Adam had a Masters Degree in Education and for many years he worked for the State of North Carolina as a Forensic Psychologist.

He enjoyed chess, golf, and music – especially oldies of the 60’s & 70’s. He played the piano, guitar and loved long walks on the beach and especially loved his dog, Sadie.

He is survived by his daughter, Savannah Boyd of Temple TX., two stepsons; Lee Abbey of Charlotte, NC., Erick Abbey of Holly Springs, NC.,

one stepdaughter, Deanna Abbey of Raleigh,NC. Also surviving is one brother, Robert Allen Adams and wife Susan of Point Marion, PA. and one sister, Judith Cain of Pittsburgh, PA.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date in Pittsburgh, PA.

Please share condolences and memories with the family by clicking on the “Post a Condolence” tab below.

Purchase Flowers

Tribute Wall

Please feel free to sign the guestbook or share a memory

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • February 10, 2016
    Jeannine Addams says:
    Cuz, I will miss your intelligence, your whacked sense of humor and our long talks about family. Thanks for the connection. You’re the only one who knows why I'm A2, and I 'm proud to share our common roots. Will be listening for you to be playing the piano whenever I cross over. Meanwhile, hug my parents for me. God bless you, kid.

  • February 12, 2016
    Cliff and Shelley Adamiec lit a candle:
    Lit since February 12, 2016 at 2:56:18 PM

  • February 19, 2016
    Lisa Schiltz says:
    I'm so sad to hear about the loss of my cousin. My prayers are with all of his family! Lisa Schiltz (Bernice & Walter's daughter, in Minneapolis)

  • February 19, 2016
    Lisa Schiltz says:
    I remember my older cousin sharing tips about live in "the States", when I was just a kid visiting from Germany. He always seemed so wise, and so funny!

  • February 20, 2016
    Cousin Billy says:
    I’ll always remember Cousin Addie for one of his finest and most endearing qualities: his infectious sense of humor. I’ll never forget all of the ridiculous things we did together in our twenties, all of the hilarious situations we got ourselves into, and all of the times we couldn’t stop laughing— selling Christmas trees (Hai Karate!); trying to keep a straight face working as a security guard; and discussing, debating and laughing at the vagaries of life. My deepest sympathies to Judy and Allen, and to Addie’s daughter and stepchildren. It's time to put the extension slides in the table for Bapka’s next heavenly family Christmas dinner. Cousin Billy