On March 5, 2022 this world lost the most generous, kind hearted human being that ever lived. Ronald Adam Scoggins, age 41, lived life on his terms and left us way too soon. After years of heart ache and trauma, his heart just stopped beating, on a random day, on a random road. He needed rest and God called him home.
Adam was wide open, since birth. His ice blue eyes stole our hearts from day one. His ear to ear smile could light up a room and his hugs were absolutely the best. Adam loved everyone he met, he loved animals and enjoyed collecting everything, literally EVERYTHING. Adam always found joy in the little things. It didn’t take much to make him happy.
Adam, also known as a Buck Wild, was well known for his many tattoos, crazy hair, scraggly beard and his willingness to love and support everyone he met with absolutely no judgment. On sunny days he could be found in nature digging up rocks, fishing in a pond or helping someone, ANYONE, in need.
Adam leaves behind four children who love and adore him. Selena Scoggins, Cole Scoggins, Ella Scoggins and Ava Scoggins were the very beat of his heart and his reason for living. His mother, Teresa Wheat Scoggins Greene, was his first love. She loved and cared for him with everything in her. His step father, Jerry Greene, with whom he shared a love of automobiles, of ANY kind. Adam’s best friend and partner in all things since birth, was his brother Joseph Scoggins and his wife Becky and children Leah and Maddie. Adam respected and loved Joseph more than his own life.
Adam was preceded in death by his dad, Ronnie Scoggins, all four of his loving grandparents and his uncle Carl Wheat who were all surely at heavens gate waiting for him not so happy he arrived so soon but ready to welcome him home with open arms.
Adam was deeply loved by his Uncle Steve Wheat, Uncle Billy Scoggins and his wife Joyce; and Aunt Dawn Stover and her husband Tom. He had very special relationships with his many cousins and other family members and friends.
Services will be held for immediate family and close friends. A public memorial service may be held at a later date. We ask that you say a prayer for all who struggle with addiction and that you engage in random acts of kindness in his memory.
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