|Birth: ||Sep. 2, 1917|
|Death: ||Jan. 13, 1995|
Homer Everett Adamson
(September 02, 1917 - January 13, 1995)
Literary figures as diverse as John Steinbeck and John Donne have believed that all people are of the same essence, and they've stressed this idea in their writing. The implications are comforting: we are all important in the overall scheme of life. Therefore, any person's relative is important to all of us. What more reason can there be to memorialize someone in any forum? Any person's life might just as well be my own life or the life of someone dear to me. All lives are of equal value, and they deserve some record of existence. In my younger years I was in the presence of Homer Adamson many times, and I once knew him relatively well. "Uncle Homer" was important.
Robert Neal "Bob" Adamson
March 15, 2013
Homer Everett Adamson died January 13, 1995 in a Veterans Administration Hospital in Reno, Nevada.
He was born in Ottawa (Franklin Co.) Kansas, the second of four children born to Lena Nanna (Weaver) and Everett Hiram Adamson. His siblings were (1) William Ellis "Bill" Adamson, (2) Dean Allen Adamson, and (3) Margaret Louis (Adamson) Dick.
He was a grandson of Levina Ellen (Bennett) and Ellis Nathan Adamson of Ottawa, Kansas, and he was also a grandson of Laura E. (Cannady) and John Benjamin Weaver of Ottawa. he was a great grandson of Amy Jane (Stanley) and Nathan Adamson of Iowa, and he was a great grandson of Martha (Boone) and Wilson A. Weaver.
He was reared in his parents' long time family home at 429 S. Hickory Street, Ottawa, Kansas. He graduated from Ottawa High School and Ottawa University.
Homer married Genevieve Nutt on January 4, 1942 in Ottawa, Kansas, and they had three children: (1) Dennis Everett Adamson, (2) Pamela (Adamson) Price, and (3) Kim Adamson.
In the late 1940s Homer briefly farmed on one of his parents' rental farms in the rural Ottawa area. Then he became an insurance adjuster until he retired. Over the years he and Genevieve and family lived in Kansas City, St. Louis, Missouri, Redwood City, California, and Reno Nevada.
Genevieve died May 14, 2002.
Everett H. Adamson (1886 - 1946)
Lena Nanna Weaver Adamson (1890 - 1966)
Genevieve Nutt Adamson (1921 - 2002)*
William Ellis Adamson (1915 - 2008)*
Homer Everett Adamson (1917 - 1995)
Dean Allen Adamson (1919 - 1998)**
Specifically: Not sure.
Created by: Aimee Katherine Adamson
Record added: Mar 04, 2013
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