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Tony Lewis Adams

October 8, 1962 - December 13, 2021

Funeral Date December 19, 2021

Visitation Sun., December 19, from 1 – 5 p.m.,  with a service at 5 p.m., at the St. John Funeral Home in Bainbridge Twp. (Chagrin Falls). See full notice for details.

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    Tony Lewis Adams, 59, of Warren, Ohio, passed away on Monday December 13, 2021 unexpectedly. Tony was born October 8, 1962 in Cleveland, Ohio to Frank and Doris Adams. Tony grew up in Orange, Ohio and quickly became fascinated with the automotive industry. Tony had many jobs in the automotive trade throughout his life, but his biggest accomplishment was opening his own autobody business, Solon Collision.  Although he was a successful business owner and past president of the Fraternal Order of Police Associates of Ohio, his greatest role was being a loving father to his two sons, Tony and Joe. Twelve years ago, Tony found Jacci, his fiancée. They shared many years of laughter, travel and memories while beaming with happiness in each other’s presence. He was known by his friends and family for being loving, loyal, compassionate, funny, and truly a stand-up man. Tony enjoyed many hobbies such as boating and enjoying time with his mates at Harbor Yacht Club, golfing, traveling, and throwing a few cold ones back with his friends.

    Tony is survived by his fiancée Jacci; two sons Tony (Allie) and Joe (Hayley); stepdaughter Carly; grandchildren Zachary, Brailee, and Wyatt; sister Pam (Chuck); fur baby (Lola) and countless extended family and close friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Doris; and brothers Michael and Jeff.

    On Sunday December 19, 2021 from 1pm to 5pm the family of Tony Adams welcomes you to join them in remembering his life. The visitation will be at St. John Funeral Home on 16381 Chillicothe Rd. Chagrin Falls, OH 44023. To honor Tony’s memory, family members will be scattering Tony’s ashes during a private ceremony while reminiscing on the great man he was.