Bert J. Adams
On Saturday March 12th 2016 Bert J Adams lost his battle with Parkinson’s and Lewy Bodies Dementia at the age of 79. Bert was born on July 27th 1936 in Panguitch Utah to Nate Adams and Irene Tebbs Hatch. He has a family of four daughters, twins, Candace Fischer ( Mike) , Carolee Nelson ( Chick) , Holly Riechman ( Charlie), and Stacey Remer (Toby )with his first wife Dana Whittaker Bradley all residing in Las Vegas. They divorced in 1974 and he married Clara Mae Coyle. He then gained two sons Ralph Coyle (Janet )of Rancho Murrieta Calif. and Leo Coyle (Cris) of West Jordan Ut. Bert and Clara moved to Pahrump NV in 1980 and lived there for 31 years until the loss of his wife Clara in 2011. He has resided in Las Vegas for the past 5 years. He retired from the test site as a dock Foreman for a trucking company. He was a truck driver most of his life. He loved horses, fishing, dancing, and basketball. He coached basketball for many years. He was a Duke fan. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather and friend. He has 16 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday the 17th of March at La Paloma funeral home located at 5450 Stephanie Street Las Vegas Nevada 89122. His final resting place will be next to his wife Clara Mae in Panguitch Utah on Saturday March 19th. At 12 noon UT time 11:00 NV time
Love you daddy! So thankful you are now released and relieved from all your pain. Not seeing you everyday will be hard, but I will carry the best and fondest of memories with me forever more. Glad you can finally rest in peace, and for that I to am at peace.
Your love will always be with me. Your daughter forever, Holly. P.S. I hope they have March madness in heaven.
Holly, Candace, Carolee, Stacey and families: Our thoughts and prayers are with you during the passing of your Dad. Uncle Bert was always a favorite, the life of the party for our family! Everyone loved to be around him because he always made us laugh. Never short of stories and jokes to tell. May you hold close in your heart to the good times with Bert and know that he is in a wonderful place with many who have gone before. I am very sure that his spirit is soaring right now. How wonderful it is to know that we will all see Uncle Bert again. Thinking of you all and hoping to meet you in Panguitch on Saturday for the final resting place of his body. Love RoLayne and Harry J
Thank you RoLayne and Harry J. He will definitely be missed. Fond fun, precious memories will be with me forever. I will always feel him near and feel of his love. Glad he is at peace now, Free of any and all pain. These last few years and weeks have been pretty tough on him. He is now in a wonderful place with all of his family, and loved ones.
May the loving God of the Holy Bible give you comfort at this difficult time at Isaiah 25:8.