ROY ADAMS Roy R. Adams Age 89 of Denton, MD passed away at Memorial Hospital at Easton, MD, on Tuesday, April 10, 2007. Born near Bridgeville, Delaware on March 22, 1918, Mr. Adams was the son of Orrie Adams and Minnie Collison Adams. Mr. Adams owned The Adams Feed Company and the Adams and Wright Hardware, both in Denton, as well as the Adams Oceanfront Motel in Dewey Beach, DE. He co-owned the Redwood Lodge and Southwinds Motel in Dewey in the 1960's. He also owned a beef cattle farm in Starr and a grain farm in Goldsboro, MD. About forty years ago, as the two Methodist Churches in Denton combined to build a new church, Mr. Adams converted the Grace Methodist Church into apartments that he has owned and managed to the present. Mr. Adams was active in the lions Club, the Masons, the Eastern Shore and State Shrine, and was a Life Member of the Denton Volunteer Fire Co. He was highly regarded as a civic and community leader and was a mentor to many. Mr. Adams had a great love for his cottage (camp) on a pond in the Maine woods and spent much time there each year. The Maine locals considered him one of them as he joined them in hunting, boating, and snow mobiling. In the last five years, he has co-owned standardbred horses with Kenny Wood and loved going to the harness races at Dover and Harrington and was often seen "at the track," Mr. Adams is pre-deceased by his wife, Catherine, a son, Roger Adams, a granddaughter, Joanna Plummer; a brother, Maurice Adams, and a sister, Jessie Adams Williamson. He is survived by 2 daughters, Ruby Adams of Rehoboth Beach, DE and Jane A. Plummer of Hagerstown, MD; 1 brother, Lester Adams of Bridgeville, DE, and 2 granddaughters: Jenny L. Plummer-Welker of Bowie, MD, and Jackie D. Plummer Sprow of Genessee, PA; 1 step- grandson, Reilly Gordon of McLean, VA; and 3 great grandchildren, Ellie, Ezra and Josey, all of Genessee, PA. Funeral services will be 1 PM Saturday, April 14, at the Moore Funeral Home, P.A., 12 South Second Street in Denton where friends an family may call from 6-8 PM on Friday evening. There will be a Masonic Service at 7:30 PM on Friday evening. The intennent will be in the Denton Cemetery, Denton, MD. Instead of flowers, it was Mr. Adams' request that his family and friends take their loved ones out to dinner.