Jimmy Carson Adamson, 76 January 25 1939 – November 4th 2015 On November 4th, Jimmy Carson Adamson entered into eternal rest to be with his beloved wife and our mother, Joanne Ellen Adamson for time and all eternity. He is a loving husband, brother, teacher, veteran, life long falconer, friend to many and a father he never had to be to his step-children. Jimmy was in the High Priest Quorum of the Pleasantview Ward of the Malad Stake in Malad, Idaho. He served in many different church callings both in the Loomis Second Ward Loomis California and the Pleasantview Ward. Jimmy also honored his Native American heritage by striving to make it a part of his lifestyle and various passions. Jimmy loved to travel and experience different cultures and traditions which shaped the way he viewed the world and wildlife. Jimmy’s intuitive insights and gentle touch with animals allowed him to feel and see many things in nature that only a few ever get to experience. His desire combined with his passion for life and nature he found his true calling as an educator. Jimmy didn’t want to be remembered for his own accomplishments but rather the accomplishments of those who took the time to learn from him.
Jimmy is survived by his little sister Senga Barlow, his step-children Marc Draper, David Draper, Dusti Draper-Kriegel (Zak), and Sandi Draper, as well as his grandchildren Marcus Draper and Tatum Kriegel, and his protege Ezra Lantz, who he mentored in the true art of falconry and to whom he passed down his passion for it.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife Joanne, his parents Uvadale Adamson and Iris Irene Adamson. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 10 at 12 noon in the Horsley Funeral Home, 132 W. 300 N. Friends may visit with the family Tuesday morning from 10:30-11:45 a.m. prior to the service. Burial will follow in the Pleasantview Cemetery.