On October 22,1960, in Dade City, Florida, God blessed James and Deloris Adams with twin baby boys, Clarence and Clyde. Clarence received his education from the Pasco County School System. He was a student athlete in high school sports and an original member of the Nine Devils Baseball Team. He also had a tryout for the Boston Red Sox in St. Petersburg, FL. In the month of July, 1981, Clarence was baptized into Christ under the leadership of the late Minister Ulysses Turner, Sr., at Southside Church of Christ in Houston, Texas. Clarence was preceded in death by his parents: James and Deloris Adams; daughter: Lindsay Price; brothers: Roosevelt (Sonny), Willie James and Joseph Lee Adams; grandparents: Roosevelt and Louisa Moore; grandmother: Willie Mae Marshall; and all of his aunts and uncles except one. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving children, Clarence Adams, Jr of Brooksville, FL, Erica Grant (Carlton) of Spring Hill, FL, Nikylia Morgan of Brooksville, FL, Cantrell Kennedy of Arcadia, FL, Charmaine Black of Zephyrhills, FL, Larence Graham of Zephyrhills, FL, Kimberly Kennedy of Zephyrhills, FL, Cierra Graham of Zephyrhills, FL, Shakeidra Owens of Dade City, FL, Malcom Goodson of Hill ’N Dale, FL and Elizabeth Price of Kokomo, IN; thirty-five grandchildren; four great grandchildren; brothers, Clyde Adams (Sharon) of St. Petersburg, FL, Frank Adams (Isabell) of Dade City, FL, Alfred Adams of Dade City, FL, David Felder (Cynthia) of Lacoochee, FL and Eugene Felder (Tiffany) of Clearwater, FL; sisters, Annie Adams Tucker (Frank) of St. Petersburg, FL, Helen Adams Holt of Dade City, FL, Addie Adams Hall (LeRoy) of Houston, TX and Gloria Adams Tucker of Zephyrhills, FL; aunt, Bertha Marshall of Albany, GA; and a host of other sorrowing nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and classmates.
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