Topock, AZ: ZachNews has received information regarding memorial services for humanitarian and caring soul Isaiah Adams who passed away late Friday night.
A memorial services is planned for Friday, January 18th, 2013 at St. Ann Catholic Church located at 218 D Street at Third Street in Downtown Needles, California.
A rosary service will start at 9.30am PT and a mass service will start at 10:00am PT.
There will be a small memorial service just before commodities on Friday also planned at 9.00am PT at Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store located at 839 Front Street in Downtown Needles, California.
Those who knew Isaiah Adams will never forget how much he loved to caring for others in his community.
When somebody is in need of a helping hand and heart, Isaiah Adams was there to help.
When the holiday seasons comes and people have no place to go to for a family dinner, Isaiah Adams was there to cook up a holiday feast and welcomed the people as family.
** Picture of Isaiah Adams during the annual Christmas Dinner held in December 2011 at St. Ann Catholic Church in Downtown Needles, California. **
Isaiah Adams helped and cared for his community with a big heart and loving soul.
On the late night of Friday, January 11th, 2013, 86 year old Isaiah Adams passed away at his home in Topock, Arizona.
Isaiah Adams has been sick for several months and may had passed away from heart failure.
The sad lost of a great and caring man brought many people to tears calling this a deep lost for the community.
Isaiah Adams worked for Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in Downtown Needles, California where he help those in need of warm clothing and food to feed their family.
Isaiah Adams received awards from the Catholic Dioceses of San Bernardino and the Needles Chamber of Commerce from his caring and loving services in the community.
Isaiah Adams was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and has a niece in Colorado.
Final arrangements are to be made of Monday and a memorial services will be announced later.
Isaiah Adams lived a good and honorable life and will be missed by so many people.
Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family, his friends, and the communities of Topock, Arizona and Needles, California.
More information still coming into ZachNews.
** Picture was taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez. **