Rudolph Paul Adams
April 3, 1932 ~ May 4, 2017
Predeceased by his parents, Percy and Lena Adams; four brothers, Martin, Joe, Peter, Wayne, and sister Helen.
Survived by sisters, Mary and Doris; sister-in-Law, Laureen; aunt, Helen Niesz; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Rudie marched to the beat of his own drummer. He enjoyed his working career in Saskatchewan as an engineer technician with the Dept. of Highways, the Science Dept. in Wollaston and Key Lake Uranium mines and as a literacy coach with the John Howard Society at the Prince Albert Federal Penitentiary.
Rudie spent countless hours volunteering in theatre productions with proceeds towards Children with Cancer Charities. He also shared his talent as a figure skating instructor. In his later years Rudie became a Lay Chaplain and with his beloved hairless Dachsund, “Telly Blue”, visited residents in care homes.
“For this is the will of my Father who sent me, that whoever beholds the Son and believes in Him, shall have everlasting Life, and I will raise Him up on the last day.”
A Funeral Mass will be held in Regina, Sask. with interment in Sedley Cemetery at a later date.
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