Earnest Arthur Adams, Jr.
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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Earnest Arthur Adams, Jr., died on Friday September 7, 2007.
Services will be on Tuesday September 11, 2007 at 2:30 pm. under direction of Walker-Brown Funeral Home.
Ceremonial detail will be conducted by the American Legion Post #105.
He was born in Grand Island, Nebraska on February 14, 1948 to Earnest Arthur Adams Sr. and Fannie Arstella (Patterson) Adams. He moved to Bartlesville at a very young age. His father died when he was age 5. His mother later married Alvin Peterman.
He was a US Army Vietnam Veteran where he was exposed to agent-orange.
He married Sharrin Kay Adams and later Odessa Adams.
His children are Earnest Arthur Adams III and wife Alaina; Johnathan Jacob Adams and Clarence Alvin Adams and his wife Lesslie. He is also survived by grandchildren: Jasmine, Ashton, Tristin and Zakery; a daughter-in-law: Susan; sister: Virginia Lee Liptrap of Ogden, Utah ; nieces and nephews, Bill, Bob, Larry and Rom Liptrap, Rose Henderson, Sherry Swife, Marguerite Howell and Roxanne Leawitt.
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