Richard A. Adamire

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Richard A. Adamire, 81, of Lancaster, died Wednesday, September 19, 2012.
He was married 44 years to Martha B. Bates Adamire. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late William R. and Mary Pfoutz Adamire.
Richard retired from Kenosha Auto Transport where he had been employed as the terminal manager. He had also driven bus for Conestoga Transport and Conestoga Tours for many years.
He was a member of the Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church in Lancaster. Richard served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He enjoyed following the Philadelphia Eagles, was an avid John Wayne fan and enjoyed driving the “Bingo” Bus for many years.
Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Richard A. Adamire companion of Crystal McFarland of St. Patrick, MO, and Timothy husband of Diana Adamire of Montrose, IA; five daughters, Joan wife of James Roland of FL, Linda wife of Charles Snyder of Lancaster, Tina Willenbring fiancée of Jacob Speraw of Fredericksburg, VA, Karen Bryan fiancée of Thomas Paul of Mount Joy, and Susan Wise of Lancaster; 12 grandchildren, many great grandchildren; and a sister Doris Berger of Lancaster. He was preceded in death by a great grandson Hunter and by two brothers and three sisters.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 22, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. at the Trinity E.C. Church, 322 Hershey Ave, Lancaster, PA with the Rev. Bruce Sellers officiating. Friends may call at the church on Saturday from 12:00 Noon until the time of the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to Trinity E. C. Church, 322 Hershey Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603.

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  1. Jaimie says:

    Grandpa,although we didnt get much time to know each other I loved you with all my heart and now I know your gone theres so much I would of liked to know about you I really wish you would of got to be around more I didnt know how losing you would affect me but now that your not ever going to be around again until heaven I feel so empty not getting to know you I just hope you know how much I LOVED YOU!!!! AND IM GOING TO MISS YOU SO MUCH….

  2. Lisa Homsher-Lewis says:

    To my extended family. This family chain is broken as well as our hearts. Thanking God today for placing and keeping you all in my life all these many many years. Pop was filled with so much love and his love is in all of us. May his smile warm our hearts. Our life on earth is limited and he is now in the hands of Jesus. No more pain, no more sorrow. He would want us to rejoice and continue with love to everyone. Mom, He got to spend the last day with the love of his life YOU. What a wonderful blessing God bestode for you. Our hearts are broken and tears are many. Praying for all of us to carry thru.

    To Sue, My bestie. I got this with you. Forever friends, forever family. You are strong and beautiful friend. I am and will always be by your side.

    To Dad Adamire in heaven. Love you, give my Dad a hug till we meet again in heaven. Thank you for loving me….Family. Kisses to HEAVEN

  3. Glenn Lefever (Bradenton, Fl.) says:

    Martha & family, I am deeply sorry to hear of your loss. I will never forget working for the “boss” or all the good times we had in Miami.

  4. Susan Wise says:

    This is to the best Father in the world, We had are times of sorrow and times of happiness But through all the times. I have all the memories and the times we spent together, going to the grocery store and doctors appointment. I remember you saying to me how much you loved me. You lived a good life with the love of your life mom. You had your crabcakes and your homemade chicken noodle soup and slept really good. I just want you to know you are in heaven not suffering any more. You will be missed very much by all of your family and friends. RIP my father and know that you were loved very much. I love you daddy and miss you already Love Sue

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