Lee Adams Death – Obituary Pending: Lee Adams, Holbrook Hornets FC U11 Coach has unexpectedly passed away. Lee died, leaving family and friends heartbroken. The passing of Lee has brought sadness and left the family mourning and agonizing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of Lee. We learned about this death news through a user on social media, the statement reads below;
“Holbrook Hornets are truly saddened at the loss of Lee Adams. He was a true gentleman. Respected by all. A great Manager & Coach to the U11 team and a credit to the Club.
RIP Lee. You’ll be greatly missed by all.
Sincerest condolences to all family & friends.
U11’s will not be training Thurs 29th Sept, but will reset & return the week after. The loss of Lee is huge and the team need time to reflect & regroup.
The U11 training space at RHS tomorrow night will be kept clear as a mark of respect.”
Burial Arrangements And Obituary
Burial arrangements for Lee will be as announced by the family. Obituary, funeral and life celebration details will be released by the family and loved ones at their suitable time. We shall try to keep you updated on these.
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Lee Andrew Adams Jr Obituary- U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Lee Andrew Adams Jr. 27 years old of Denison, Texas passed into eternal life June 16, 2019 in Clarksville, Tennessee. Lee Jr. known by many as Slimm was born in Gainesville, Texas the son of Lee Sr. and Caroline Adams. Lee Jr. grew up in Fort Worth, Texas along with his two sisters. He took an early liking to basketball and Taekwondo and loved playing racing video game. Slimm as he is known by his friends started public elementary school and later switched to taking classes at Tarrant County as a home school student. He later moved to Denison, Texas and graduated from Denison High school. Upon graduation he immediately joined the United States Army and proudly served his country for 9 years. He is survived by his father Lee Sr., mother Caroline, siblings Lee Ann and Lee Alex Adams, other relatives and many friends. Full obituary here