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John Benjamin Adams

August 31, 1959 — April 27, 2010

Mr. John Benjamin Adams age 50, of Axson, Ga. passed away Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Ga. following a short illness. Born August 31, l959 in Clinch County Georgia, Mr. Adams was the son of Mitchell Talmadge (Buddy) and Madeline Braswell Adams. He was employed as a machine operator with ProGrow Supply Inc. in Willacoochee, Ga.. He enjoyed singing and also was an evangelistic having preached in many area churches. He was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church and also attended Indian Mound Baptist Church. A sister, Bobbie Jean Smith, preceded him in death. Survivors include: Parents: Buddy and Madeline Adams of Axson, Ga. 2 Brothers: Preston Adams of Pearson, Ga. Bo Adams and wife Bonnie Sue of Cogdell, Ga. 4 Sisters: Madie Rivers and husband Ricky of Axson, Ga. Pam Garrett and husband James of Ellijay, Ga. Barbara Metts and husband Michael of Mora, Ga. Mary Luke and husband Keith of Axson, Ga. Several Nieces, Nephews, Great-Nieces and Great-Nephews also survive. Funeral Services for Mr. Adams were held at 11:00 A.M., Friday, April 30, 2010 at Indian Mound Church in Millwood, Ga. with Rev. Clayton Davis and Rev. Edgar Musgrove officiating. Special musical selections included "The Robe" rendered by Deloris Bennett, "Walk Through The Blood" rendered by Kandy Thrift, Deloris Bennett and Betty Gail Davis and "Amazing Love" by CD. Prelude and Postlude music were prerecorded songs by Mr. Adams. The interment followed in Indian Mound Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were: Randy Braswell, Ricky Braswell, David Oliver, Jason Delk, Derek Register and Dale Smith. Honorary pallbearers were employees of ProGrow Supply Inc. and Britt Tillman. Relihan Funeral Home of Pearson, Ga. was in charge of the arrangements.

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