Rodney E. Adams, beloved Stone Mountain native, 76, passed August 6th. Family will be receiving visitors at Wages & Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mtn on Sunday 8/11 from 1:30pm - 3:00 followed by a Memorial Svc. He was preceded in death by his Grandson Dustin Andrew "Drew" Adams. Survivors include his wife, Candace Adams; Children Duane E. Adams & Wife Donna, Carole Adams, Cindy Brantley & Husband Andy; Grandchildren Lindsey Adams, Trevor Adams, Oliver Brantley; Step Children & Grandchildren Amy Tyson, Wes Autry, Haley Autry, Alan Autry & Tyler Bakst; Brother Jerry Adams and Nieces & Nephews. Rod loved his family & GA Tech Football. He was an avid fisherman & gardener. Flowers are accepted or memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice.

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  1. So sad this sweet, sweet man is gone. I know he is with God! We are praying so hard for his family!

  2. Cindy, I am so very sorry about your father. Please know that I am thinking of you and your family and if there is anything you need please let me know. Much love.

  3. Dwayne, Carol, Cindy, Pat, Candy,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I appreciate your support when Daddy died; I know he loved Rodney and Rodney loved him. We sure will miss him. May God grant you His everlasting comfort.

  4. Carol, I am so sorry for your loss of your Dad and your best friend. He is in a better place with all his friends and loved ones that have gone before him. My prayers are with you and your family. If you ever need anything please call.

  5. May God bless your family with courage and strength thru this most diffcult time. Your dad is rejoicing in heaven with our Lord. I know how diffcult it must be losing a husband, father, grandfather but just know that he is in heaven and will always be with you and watching over you. With love, Judy, Dennis, Morgan and Madison Walters

  6. The entire Adams family is in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that your sorrow will soon be replaced with comfort, peace and healing, and that you will be able to focus on the joyful memories of time spent with Rodney. While I have only been around you a few times, I know that each and every one of you hold a very special and important place in this family. Continue on, and live your lives to the fullest, as Rodney surely would have wanted you to. I adore Cindy with all my heart and I value her like a sister. It only makes sense that I feel like I am with family when I am with all of you. Therefore, I feel sorrow and loss along with you. May God bless each of you now, through this difficult time, and always.

  7. Duane,
    I can’t tell you how much you mean to us at Fedex. Your strength during this time gives us strength, the kind that lets us auto pilot during times of great loss.

    I lost my father when I was very young, and he never new me as a man.

    I can say without a doubt that your father was very proud of you, he had to be if he only knew just of your contribution to Fedex, and nothing of your firefighter career.

    You mean the world to all of us at Fedex, and on behalf of all at MGEA station, we stand at the position of attention for your father, and for your family’s great loss.

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