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Information for Ned F. Adamson
2 August, 1920 - 21 June, 1997
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
24 June, 1997
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Ned F. Adamson

     Ned F. Adamson, 76, of Nampa, died Saturday, June 21, 1997, at his home after a long illness.  Memorial services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 25, 1997, at the Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.  Rev. Kenneth Britt will officiate.  Burial will be in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell.
     Ned was born on August 2, 1920, in Girard, Kansas.  He joined his family in Nampa in 1940.  He enlisted in the Navy in 1941, serving as a medic during WWII.  Ned was a Pearl Harbor survivor.  He married Beatrice V. Ferguson on November 1, 1945, at Camp LeJuene, North Carolina, where they were both stationed while in the Navy.  He briefly separated from the military following the end of WWII.
     Ned entered the Air Force in 1949, where he served over 20 years.  He retired from the Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant.  During his military career, Ned worked in hospital administration.  After retiring from the Air Force, Ned and Beatrice returned to Nampa, where he was employed at Mercy Medical Center for 10 years.
     To those who knew and loved Ned, he will be remembered for his love of family and the country.  He was an avid golfer and member of Broadmore Country Club.
     He is survived by: his wife, Bea of Nampa;  three children, Con Adamson and his wife, Jan of Sirra Vista, AZ, Pat Hubbell and her husband, Bob of El Cajon, CA, and Sandy Robison and her husband, Steve of Vacaville, CA;  seven grandchildren, David and Lynn Adamson, Michael, Shelly and Kevin Hubbell and Rebekka and Ryan Robison;  and a brother, Lawrence Adamson of Nampa.
     The family will greet friends at the Adamson residence following the memorial service.
     The family suggests that memorial contributions may be sent to the MSTI-West, 308 E. Hawaii Ave., Nampa, Idaho.