In loving memory of

Glen Eugene Adams
June 12, 1930 - December 21, 2020

Glen Eugene Adams, 90 of Plano Texas, received his final reward on December 21.2020 after a long battle with dementia. Glen was ushered into the arms of his Savior while surrounded by his loving family.
He was born on June 12, 1930 in Logan Township, Ohio to Albert and Delcie Adams (Ramsey), the youngest of 10 children. He owned a successful saw sharpening business and construction company, retiring from Bradford companies as a building engineer after 22 years. He had a passion for building, oil painting, dancing, and singing, but his greatest passion was for his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Prior to the onset of his illness Glen attended a Pentecostal church in Melissa TX. He enjoyed travelling and spending time with his family. He loved telling stories, talking about his childhood and life experiences. Glen had a great sense of humor and never met a stranger.
He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Pauline Ann Adams (Sawyer), his devoted daughters Diana Lopez of Plano, Debra Davis (Bobby) of Celina TX, Sandra Martinez (Jesse) of Richmond TX, Cheryl Parker (James) of Wylie TX, Ann Adams of Plano, and son Michael Adams of Mobile, AL. Glen is also survived by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren as well as his beloved Schnauzer Sami.
Glen is preceded in death by his parents and nine siblings.
His legacy will live on in all of us. He fought a good fight, he finished his course, he kept the faith.
A celebration of Glen's life will be held on December 26, 2020 at Summit Church, 207 Security Ct Wylie TX 75098 at 3:00 pm.


James Teng wrote on Dec 24, 2020:

"After joining the Vocal Seniority choir group in 2016, we have come to know Glen quite well. He is not only an excellent singer, but a man of boundless kindness and gentle manners. He will be deeply missed. Pauline, we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family. -- from James & Yihmei Teng"

Debra Davis wrote on Dec 24, 2020:

"Dad you will forever live in our hearts. We love & miss you. Deb "