Brian Adams was born on May 25th, 1964, in Seattle, Washington to William and Ophelia Adams. He was the youngest of four children and was a loving brother to his three older siblings Olinda, Vicky, and Ronnie. He married Cheresa Adams on October 17, 1992 and they shared their lives together along with two caring children, Evan and Bailey. Brian passed away on December 4, 2021 at the blessed age of 57 in Seattle, Washington. The family, along with many friends, have lost a wonderful human being. His sense of humor and love of life will be greatly missed.
Brian attended Seattle public schools, graduating from Franklin High School in 1982. During his time at Franklin, he cultivated his interests in a number of sports, actively participating on the basketball, track, and football teams. He excelled in football and played at a competitive level until he graduated. His love for football continued throughout his life and he remained a devoted fan to the Seattle Seahawks. During his teenage years, Brian also developed a strong interest in working on cars. He turned this passion into a successful hobby of flipping older, used vehicles for a profit throughout his teens and early twenties. Although Brian had the expertise to work on a variety of cars, he really cherished the opportunity to work on Ford Mustangs.
Brian began working at the United States Postal Service as a letter carrier in 1988, dedicating nearly 26 years to his career. He would stay with the post office until he decided to retire at the age of 52. In his freetime, Brian loved to fish and enjoyed embarking on different adventures to locate the best spots in the west coast for the perfect salmon. His life was interrupted, but while he was on this earth he embraced opportunities and the chance to experience life with open arms.
Brian leaves behind a loving family who will miss him dearly. He is survived by his wife Cheresa; two children, Evan and Bailey; three siblings, Olinda, Vicky, and Ronnie; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.
To send flowers to Brian's family, please visit our floral store.