|Birth: ||Feb. 28, 1905, Hungary|
|Death: ||May 31, 1990|
Lot 706, Space 4.
Anchorage Daily News June 2 1990
Anchorage resident Georg Adam, 85, a wallpaper hanger, died May 31 at home. A visitation was held with a Rosary at Evergreen Memorial Chapel, Eighth Avenue and E Street. A Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Burial followed the service at Angelus Memorial Park Cemetery near his soninlaw.
Mr. Adam was born Feb. 28, 1905, in Vertesacsa, Hungary. He served with the Hungarian Army during World War II until resettling with his family in Germany in 1946. He had worked in autobahn construction, factories, and in the wallpapering business, from which he retired in 1970. He and his wife came to Alaska from Germany two years ago to live with their daughter. According to the family, Mr. Adam's greatest joy was gardening and his roses were envied by all. He cherished his devotion to the Blessed Mother and was devoted to his Catholic religion.
Mr. Adam is survived by his wife, Theresia of Anchorage; his daughter Magdalena Wayer of Anchorage; his sisterinlaw, Anna of Eppelheim, Germany; and numerous nieces and nephews of Germany and Hungary. Service arrangements were by Evergreen Memorial Chapel, Eighth Avenue and E Street.
Angelus Memorial Park
Plot: Catholic Garden, Angelus Park.
Created by: Chuck Crabaugh
Record added: Sep 04, 2007
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