My condolences to the family of Mr. Adams. I have so many fond memories of Mr. Adams as both a High School Principal and outside of the school setting. Mr. Adams was a very patient, caring, and kind man. Whenever you saw him he would always take the time to say a few words. He will be greatly missed.
My condolences to Jim's family. He will be missed. Jim was my high school principal and after graduation he was an inspiration to me. I was always his student. He appeared to love life-the good and bad-what ever fate threw at him. He loved the sun with his tan, his shorts, and his sandals. He was a man of the earth--human and genuine. He was quite a guy. He lived long and radiated life.
My condolences to the family. Mr. Adams was the exceptional person who reached beyond the classroom and athletic fields. His care, compassion and guidance touched and encouraged everyone he came in contact with. My family was fortunate to have him as a educator and friend at Cedarburg High School and I personally was blessed to have him as a mentor, educator and friend at Mayville High School. Mr. Adams shared his genuine love of life and influenced so many. So sorry for your loss, he truly will be missed by all.
Condolences to all the Adam's Family. Sending prayers and Love your way in this time of reflection and loss - The Johnson Family -Doug AIne Eli and Siobhan
My condolences to Mike, Steve, Tom, Kathy, and all the rest. Spent so many days with Mike and everybody at the house on Main street in Cedarburg. He was the coach who made a difference. He was the teacher who earned our respect. Cousin Jim sent me the news and if I wasn't in Texas I would be there to honor the life of a man who touched my life. Rest in peace, Mr. Adams.
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My condolences to Jim,s family and friends. When I arrived in Mayville Jim took me under his wing and helped me with so many things. He became a much needed mentor through the years and I hope he knew how much I appreciated it. He was a fine man.
Sorry to hear of Jim's passing. While we didn't know Jim has long as most people here in town, he certainly left a lasting impression ~ Always enjoyed talking about Jamaica with him. Rest in Peace Mi Bredren.
Our sincere sympathy to Donna and family. Jim was a very respected Mayville Principal who looked out for his students and staff. Even after we all retired it was always great seeing him and remembering our good times. He will be missed. Geoff and Dee Washa
MY condolences to the family. Sorry I will not make the services.
You have lost someone who will always be remembered as a wonderful influence in this world. Thinking of you with sympathy and prayer.
Sorry to hear of Coach Adams passing. He helped make my senior year at CHS my best year. Bob Schroeder
Sorry to hear about your loss ... sending many prayers
Thinking of you all and wishing we could be there on the 25th to celebrate Jim's life. We enjoyed many great times and have great memories. Such a strong and wonderful person who will always have a place in our hearts. We love him and he will be missed!
It is always sad to read about a loved one's passing. He was and always will be the teacher I was so in awe of. Thanks Big Jim for the memories. Class of 1966 CHS..
I played for Jim at CHS....he was the best. Told me to play defense not to worry about shooting.
Loved having Mr. Adams as a teacher. so sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Kathy so sorry for your loss your dad was a very nice man and now he is your guardian angel. Gods Blessings Marles (Hamann) Biskobing.
Thoughts & prayers go out to family through this sad time.....missing this gentle giant with a big heart.
Coach Adams is how I knew Jim Adams. Steve knew him well all through our years 1958-62. He knew him as fair and firm. My thoughts and prayers are with is family.
Blessings to all the family. Dona you two were a great pair; card players, traveling, dining and exercising at TAG. Will always think of you together. Loves, ginny
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What a wonderful man, and neighbor. I always looked forward to talking with Mr. Adams, either in school, as my principal, or while mowing his lawn in our neighborhood. I will always remember him fondly!!
As one of the many students you taught at Cedarburg High School, I can say you, Mr. Adams, were one of the very best teachers. You touched many lives and made them better for your teaching and coaching. Thank you.
My condolences to the family/friends of Mr. Adams. I remember him as a stern but engaging person, one whom I respected even during those challenging years of my adolescence. You will be missed but never forgotten.
He will be missed by all of us at Sherwood Family Restaurant.
I have many fond memories of Mr. Adams. He was such a great principal and all around great man. He will be missed.
Sorry to hear of your loss. We loved seeing Jim and Dave come into Friars Tucks for lunch. A very sweet man with a smile on his face.
Sorry to hear the loss of Mr. Adams, he was great, and very kind man.
Exceptionally fond memories of a gentle giant. Rest in peace Mr Adams and know you made a difference
So sorry to hear of your loss of Jim. Chuck And Bev Mann
Mike, Steve and the rest of Mr. Adams' family our sincere sympathy goes out to you. We are in FL. And can not participate in Mr. Adams' funeral services. It is with sadness that we send our prayers and thoughts to you. Throughout John's high school years and our adult life he has always been the man you respected and hoped to be . He was always there for his students and friends. Again our thoughts and prayers, and will offer our mass on this Sunday for Mr. Adams. We hope to see you in the future.
Thought and prayers to the Adams' family.
Ed will be so happy to be reunited with Jim again. Thinking of you all with great memories. Paul and Nancy from Durham, North Corolina
As my sister wrote, "Coach Adams joins the Big Game during March Madness. He planned it that way. RIP Coach!!!" Can't say it any better. Such wonderful memories of get-togethers at the old house in Cedarburg, as well as family reunions. Thinking of all my cousins and wishing I could be there on the 25th. Jeff & Carol Fritsche
Jim's presence was always obvious. A big man with a heart and smile as large as he was physically. Kind and thoughtful is how I remember Jim. In days when we were a athletic power Jim was supportive of teams and individual players. I will always remember the reception the day Jim and his bride celebrated with the community at Larry and Jane Klawiter's house. Donna and Jim having dinner at the Audubon. Always shake hands with a smile and friendly comments. The connection we had in discussing his grandson Zack and the tough times the kids had after Christine's untimely death. The heart ache of Donna's Brent. Through all the tough times Jim was always positive and concerned of others. We will miss Jim Adams.
Mr. Adams was always a patient, kind man. He never discouraged, it always encouraged you to strive for the best. He will be dearly missed.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.