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Wee Adamson, Jr

April 1, 1942 — October 12, 2020

Due to COVID-19, the family will receive limited visitors at his daughters home, Tina (Kent) Alexander at 1900 Rowe Street, Camden, South Carolina. There will be a walk trough viewing on Friday, October 16, 2020 from 3 PM until 6 PM. Guest must have a mask and temperature will be checked prior to entry into the funeral home.

Mr. Wee Adamson, Jr, son of the late Wee and Della Moses Adamson, was born in Camden, South Carolina and was married to the late Laura Belle Smith Adamson. Mr. Adamson's earthly life ended and eternal peace began on Monday, October 12, 2020.

Wee attended Scott Hill Baptist Church and Kirkland Elementary School of Camden, South Carolina. He began his work history with a number of jobs before finding his passion working and traveling with the horses. He loved and was very dedicated to his job. "I can truly say, one of his favorite locations while working with the horses was Delaware."

Wee had a joy for lottery tickets, Pepsi, and Tylenol. If you said "no" to buying any of these items, he would find someone else who would.

Wee leaves to mourn his passing and cherish his memories: three sons, Rev. James P. (Millie) Smith of Camden, South Carolina, Tony White of Charlotte, North Carolina and Michael (Brenda) Adamson of Rembert, South Carolina; three daughters, Della (Mack) Ransom of Rembert, South Carolina, Ernestine "Tina" (Kenneth) Alexander of Camden, South Carolina, and Mary Adamson of Aiken, South Carolina; four granddaughters, Pamela Smith of Summerville, South Carolina, LaKeshia Adamson of Camden, South Carolina, Marlina Smith of North Charleston, South Carolina and BriAnna Alexander of Camden, South Carolina; three grandsons, Jeromy Alexander of Camden, South Carolina, Tyrel Smith of Jacksonville, Florida and the late Sterling Felder; six great-grandchildren, Jaylen, Layla, Alana, Kaleb Adamson of Camden, South Carolina, Kylee Alexander of Camden, South Carolina, and Jaylen Powell of Macon, Georgia; three sisters, Herline Atkins and Della C. Jones of Camden, South Carolina, and Julia (Willie) Champion of Heath Springs, South Carolina; two brothers, Walter (Earline) Adamson of Buffalo, New York and Edward Adamson of Camden, South Carolina; two aunts; a special cousin, Jerry Moses; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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