ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Edward "Big Eddie" Adams, 70 years old, born on November 14, 1948, and passed away on April 15, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Colleen O'Brien on November 17, 2020
Happy belated birthday my love. I still miss you so much! Been dreaming of you every night for the last week. Just because I close one chapter in my life, does not mean I am forgetting you. I celebrate you, Lindsey and my Momma in my new chapter. Please keep an eye out for me and put in a good word to Big Daddy and my brother JC. You were and still are the love of my life...
Posted by Colleen O'Brien on April 18, 2020
Still miss you sooooo much. A piece of me is missing that can never be replaced. Not a day passes that i don't think of you tripper...rip my love. People still can't accept you loved me. Please put a good word in for all of them. They will never understand.
Posted by Lean Bell on April 17, 2020
Take the harleys ride to the sky see you on the other side jeana welton
Posted by Colleen O'Brien on April 15, 2020
You are still with me every moment of everyday. I still miss you..your smile, your laugh, your piercing blue eyes that always had a twinkle...your voice telling me everything will be ok and that you loved me...yes, I still miss you...RIP my love
Posted by Colleen O'Brien on December 5, 2019
I loved you then....I love you now....I will love you forever. And....I will always, always miss you. Rest in peace my love. See you on the other side.
Posted by Donna Caddell-Cox on November 18, 2019
We were true friends a long time. I dubbed him the armadillo man because he had a HARD outer armor and he had been through some harrowing accidents that would have killed a regular man. And never have I known a tougher man, I saw him work circles around 20 year olds on the job, in the worst conditions. Hard as he was on the outside, he was an angel inside. He had my back so many times I can't count them. I know he loved me as I loved him. He will be missed hugely. See you on the other side. Eddie!
Posted by Barbara Trujeque on October 13, 2019
I first remember seeing you riding your yellow chopper thru the neighborhood some 50 years ago. They called you Little Custard .Ride on.

Posted by Leslie Daniels on September 30, 2019
Eddie. He was a brother. Although not related by blood we were kin in spirit.
Eddie always stood by my side and defended me when I wasn't there to do it myself. Loved your sence of humor and your love of the Harley.
I think of you often and always with love in my heart and a smile.
Ride on brother
Posted by Georgia Lawson on September 30, 2019
Love you! Wish we coulda shared one more hug!! Love, little squirt ❤️
Posted by Eddie Adams on April 19, 2019
Dad: May you rest in peace.

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Posted by Colleen O'Brien on November 17, 2020
Happy belated birthday my love. I still miss you so much! Been dreaming of you every night for the last week. Just because I close one chapter in my life, does not mean I am forgetting you. I celebrate you, Lindsey and my Momma in my new chapter. Please keep an eye out for me and put in a good word to Big Daddy and my brother JC. You were and still are the love of my life...
Posted by Colleen O'Brien on April 18, 2020
Still miss you sooooo much. A piece of me is missing that can never be replaced. Not a day passes that i don't think of you tripper...rip my love. People still can't accept you loved me. Please put a good word in for all of them. They will never understand.
Posted by Lean Bell on April 17, 2020
Take the harleys ride to the sky see you on the other side jeana welton
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Shared by Colleen O'Brien on December 5, 2019
I loved you then....I love you now...I will love you forever...and I WILL always, always miss you. Rest in peace my love. See you on the other side.
Shared by Colleen O'Brien on September 30, 2019
Eddie and I were together for 30 years. He was the love of my life.  There were hard times but the good times outweighed the hard. I have many memories, all good and too numerous to count. Life with this man was truly an adventure. Beneath that rough exterior was a kind, loving and generous man. I knew him better than anyone. We definitely went through alot together. I loved him as fiercely as he loved me. I still love him
. I miss him so much it hurts. The last few months were tough after his stroke and not being able to keep busy devastated him. So, i know he is happy in heaven with his brothers. My personal gaurdian angel. I hear him, i feel his touch and he is resting in peace. He touched many lives while he was here. He will be forever loved and missed. I will see him again someday. Anyone who wants to reminisce,  you all know how to get ahold of me.