Thomas Adams Obituary, Death – After a brief but severe illness, Thomas Michael Adams, also known as Tommy, passed away on May 5, 2023 at the age of 76 at Danbury Hospital in Danbury, Connecticut. He was a resident of Danbury, Connecticut. Casper and Eleanor Adams were his parents, and he was born on May 9, 1946 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. His parents and brother, Daniel Adams, all passed away before Tommy. Tommy was the youngest of the three.
He is survived by his wife, Maria, his children Janet, Tom, and Todd, step-children Eliza and Adam, grandchildren Jeremy, Seth, Ana, Madeline, and Emma, great-grandchildren Bjorn, Ivar, and Ephraim, sisters Colleen and Noreen, and cousin Jimmy Toomey. He was married to Maria. His children Janet, Tom, and Todd were his biological children. Tommy has a big heart and was always willing to help others. The passage of time had a mellowing effect on him, and he matured into a proud and loving grandfather and great-grandfather.
Anyone who earned his friendship became one of his lifelong companions. Tommy attended and graduated from Woodbury High School, which is located in Woodbury, Connecticut. Immediately following his graduation from high school, Tommy enlisted in the United States Army. He was in service from 1964 till 1967. Following his time of service in the military, Tommy established his own company in 1969 called Thomas M. Adams and Sons Excavation.
Up to the time of his death, he was the owner and operator of the company. In addition to that, he was a school bus owner and operator in Newtown for more than three decades. Tommy’s interests were anything related to Ford automobiles and trucks, Harley Davidson motorcycles, and NASCAR racing. On Thursday, May 11, 2023, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, friends and family are welcome to call at the Honan Funeral Home, located at 58 Main Street in Newtown. On the 12th of May, 2023, at eleven in the morning, there will be a Graveside Service with Full Military Honors held in the Newtown Village Cemetery located on Elm Drive in Newtown, Connecticut.