Mickey D. Adams

Born: 05/28/1952 Passed:

Mickey D. Adams, 68, of Louisville, OH passed away suddenly on the morning of Friday, January 1st, 2021.  Mickey was a beloved father and grandfather who dedicated his life in service of others.  He served his country as a member of the Air Force in the Vietnam War and later served his community as a police officer in the city of Parma for 28 years.  While living in Parma, he was an active member of the Elks #1938 where he spent years as an officer.  He retired to Louisville, where he remained active with the VFW #7490, and was serving as their current commander.

He was born in Cleveland, TN to the late Goldman Adams and Faustina Stevison.

Mickey is survived by his daughter Christina (Peter) Geiss; grandchildren, Lillian, Madeline, and Benjamin; brother, Renna (Carla); and nieces, Crystol and Jennifer. Mickey was a friend to many and will be greatly missed.

A private family service will be held at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home, and a memorial service will be held at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate cards filled with memories of Mickey.

5 Tributes to Mickey D. Adams

  1. Shelly Killian Jordan says:

    He was a character and could always make me laugh. Was a heck of guy to debate things with! He taught me to 2 step the summer I spent with family in Parma. RIP Mick!

  2. Dan & Janet Stastny says:

    Our deepest sympathies to the family.
    To my training officer over 30 years ago, I will miss you my friend. Thank You for service to our nation.

  3. Thomas E. Witkowski says:

    To the memories and ‘good times’ @ Midpark High School. Rest in Peace Mickey.

  4. Jessica Moore says:

    Geiss Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Sending love to all of you. Your dad/grandpa sounds like he was a wonderful man who served his country and family proudly.

  5. J.R. says:

    Mickey was a good man that first trained me when I got into law enforcement. Mickey always treated me well and always made me laugh. Although I haven’t seen Mickey in many years I will never forget how good he treated me and how he helped me with my career. Rest In Peace my friend.

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