Michael A. Adams "Bomber"

Michael A. Adams, known to his friends as “Bomber”, age 64, passed away at his residence on October 21st, 2019.

Born in Wilmington, DE, Michael was a 1973 graduate of Delcastle Technical High School, where he formed lifelong friendships. He went on to work as a heavy equipment mechanic and operator for Diamond Materials and Boulden Buses Inc. In addition to his work, Michael had a passion for fishing and spent much of his free time on the water.

Burial will be private.


Submitted by Sharon Anderson on
So sorry for his families & friends loss of him. Prayers to you all. Rest in God's loving arms Mike..

Submitted by Sherry cernos on
Rest in Peace Bomber, You "up to no good" grin always made me laugh. You could not hide that grin under your beard. God Bless Bomber..

Submitted by Mary Jo Adams on
Michael was much loved by his sister in Maine, as well as his sister-in-law, his nieces and nephew, and his cousins. Although we had not been in touch with him for a long time, he was often in our thoughts and prayers.

Submitted by Nicholas De Leo on
Uncle Mike was best friends with my father Dino for as long as I can remember. I honestly didn’t know we weren’t blood related until I was a teenager. And even then he always remained uncle mike to me! Uncle Mike was a simple man that enjoyed life and would literally give u the shirt off his back. He was special to say the least! I learned many things from him that I will never forget and am a much better man for having known and spent so much time with him. I love u Uncle Mike and hope that u r with my dad ur “bro” fishing,fixing things and laughing at the BS stories u both tried to top one another with. U will b missed.

Submitted by Steven Figliola on
I met Mike in the early 70’s. We became best of friends in the old neighborhood. We went to H.S. together. He became part of our large family. My brothers & I & Mike did a lot together ( always look out for younger brother Joe ). We loved going crabbing, to the beach, working on cars just having fun. Mike could fix anything with 4 wheels. I could write a book on our friendship & fun we had. Life was simple then. He always had a grin & smile. Everybody loved Mike. He would give you the shirt off his back. So true. I haven’t seen Mike in the last 15 yrs. He had a friend recently. Ken, if you see this, could you get in touch with me or his sister Mary Jo & help us fill in that gap? It would be much appreciated. GOD BLESS YOU BRO