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Adams, James Collier 1950 HS ~ 19-Jan-2006,73 of Ojinaga, Mexico, died Jan. He later joined the family business Guarantee Abstract and Title Company. Beloved husband of Joan Hills Bernhard (preceded in death) for 23 years. Passionate about his community, Jack served and dedicated many years to both charitable organizations and local government. He attended Texas Tech University and Baylor Law School. He served as an assistant Lubbock County District Attorney and from 1961 through 1965 represented the Lubbock District in the Texas House of Representatives for two terms. Adams lived in Texas all his life until about the last twenty years when he moved to Mexico eventually residing in Ojinaga. He will be sorely missed by all his family and many friends. A life member of the Food Industry Sales Managers Club of San Francisco, and a 50 year member of the Olympic Club of San Francisco, long time member of The Sequoia Woods Country Club, a past Big Sir of the Sons in Retirement, and a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, in Arnold, CA. As an artillery Officer, was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star, and Commendation Medal. Jack retired from his private dental practice in 2000.
Despite an ubiquitous to-do list, he was always present for and involved with those he cared for, sharing his love of music, the fun of water and snow skiing, the skills of a craftsman, his enthusiasm for life, his good sense, good humor, and good heart.
He attended New Mexico Military Institute for high school and college, where he was known as WP, and went to Japan with the Army during World War II.
Upon his return, he took his MBA at Wharton then began a career in real estate development among the first recruits at Coldwell Banker’s then-new Phoenix office.
He served on the Board of the Texas Historical Foundation for 36 years and became President of the Philosophical Society of Texas and has been a member from 1968 to the present.
Clifton belonged to the Board of Directors of the Historic Preservation League of Dallas and served there as President.
1950 JC ~ 16-Jun-2008 of Roswell, GA, died early Tuesday, June 17, 2008 at home.