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 I will never be able to fully express in words my love for Terry. He will never be forgotten. He is the best thing that has ever happened to me, which is why I still don't understand why God took you away.... I love this man, he showed me what it felt like to be loved for me... he loved me from the start, and I will love him forever. He proposed to me in the middle of save a alot. I knew then that he was in love with me. & he had finally stolen my heart. I was 8 weeks pregnant with our lil jr. I am trying to except the "everything happens for a reason" thing. Its a process. I honestly don't think I will ever understand the reason for him leaving so soon. We had a future planned, though we had some bumpy roads and we made mistakes we were working towards our goals. Together. He always told me "as long as we have each other, together they can't stop us" He taught me so much in such short time. Except for one thing, how to live without him. I know he is with me and will guide me in the right direction... 
Jr will know he has the best daddy in the world. & he is with us all the time. & he loves him sooo much. & NOBODY will ever take his place in our lives. 


On October 2nd, 2021 heaven gained another angel. He sure got an amazing one.. James Terry Adcock was a very unique, funny, loving guy. He had a heart of gold. He was the one you could always go to right or wrong he knew just what to say. He cherished his friends. He loved his family with every inch of his heart. A hardworker, determined,  & strong. He was the one you wanted on your team. A solid guy. 


 Unfortunately, he suffered from severe complications of Covid and pneumonia and he was not able to overcome the illness. His lungs would not heal and they weren't absorbing enough oxygen to supply to his brain and vital organs. Even with the ventilator at 100%, his blood saturation was terminally low. His heart was working overtime and as great of a heart as that man had, it couldn't handle the workload and he went into cardiac arrest.


This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, JAMES ADCOCK, 57 years old, born on March 19, 1964, and passed away on October 2, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Debbie Daggett on October 10, 2021
Terry was a great guy and a friend! From the very start when he came and helped my ex build a dock I knew if we needed his help with something, he would be there. I have had to call him a few times for help around here and he was there!  Not sure what I am going to do without him. My dear friend, I will miss you always. You were one man I could count on. You will b forever in my heart. ❤️❤️

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Posted by Debbie Daggett on October 10, 2021
Terry was a great guy and a friend! From the very start when he came and helped my ex build a dock I knew if we needed his help with something, he would be there. I have had to call him a few times for help around here and he was there!  Not sure what I am going to do without him. My dear friend, I will miss you always. You were one man I could count on. You will b forever in my heart. ❤️❤️
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Shared by Lory Norris-Ward on October 11, 2021
I will never forget him!  He was more than just my friend, he was a part of my family. I can still hear his laughter. He always seemed to know when I needed some one to talk too, and always made time to listen and offer what advise he could. I will never forget how he made me feel important when I thought no one noticed I was even alive. He came to my rescue more than once. But there were three times in the recent past that stands out in my mind. And one was just a few months ago I found my self and my children on a bad way, we had very little and my kids were hungry. He called me, asked me where we were, and drove the 20 miles just to bring me some money. He said he had a feeling I needed it. And how right he was. And he too was struggling, and still thought enough of my children and I to help us. And about 6 months ago, when my twin was in the hospital, and I thought she was dying, there was several times I called him, upset and hysterical, and he kept me on the phone, talked to me, until I was able to calm down. There's not many people who can do that where my sister is concerned. And I'll never forget the new years Eve that he drove to the airport to pick me and my kids up when we had to fly home unexpectedly. He truly was my hero that night. With no hesitation, he offered to come get us. He put his plans that he had on one of the most important days off the year and probably the most dangerous night to be on the road, and came and got us. I will miss him dearly. I can still see him sitting in his black truck and I can see that beautiful smile on his face. I know he had his demons, like we all do, and he had his more than fair share of troubles, but he never let those troubles destroy him. He had a true love for his family and for his friends!! He spoke a all the time about how proud of the adults his kids became and how much he loved each and every one of them. And I know how proud and how much he loved his newest son. He was really working on getting every thing right for his new baby and his soon to be wife. I will never forget you terry adcock, and my life was better for you being in it!!! And I thank God for the time he shared you with us. Until I see you again.....