City of Blue Ash Mourns Loss of Mayor Tom Adamec
(August 30, 2019 - Blue Ash)
The City of Blue Ash regretfully announces the loss of its Mayor, Thomas C. Adamec. Mayor Adamec passed away late last evening while vacationing in France. He succumbed to complications related to an auto-immune disease which he valiantly battled for the last several years.
“Tom devoted his life to serving others. He was a great friend, husband, father, and mayor and will be sorely missed,” said Vice Mayor Marc Sirkin, “the City of Blue Ash has lost an important, caring leader.”
Mayor Tom Adamec was first appointed to Blue Ash City Council effective April 23, 2009, and elected to Council on December 1, 2009. He was sworn-in as Vice Mayor on December 2, 2013, and was sworn-in as Mayor on December 1, 2017.
Mayor Adamec served on the Charter Revision Committee, Civil Service Commission, Board of Site Arrangement/Zoning Appeals and Planning Commission prior to his election to Council.
Mayor Adamec's activities in the community included serving on the Blue Ash Civic League, serving as a tutor at Operation Give Back, holding the office of Past President of the Sycamore Schools Planning Commission, member and past president of the Blue Ash/Montgomery Rotary Club, past Board Member for six years on the OKI Regional Board of Governments, past Board Member/Treasurer of the Greater Cincinnati Master Gardener Association and Trustee/Secretary-Treasurer of the WBA Owners Association.
Tom is survived by his wife, Diane, and two daughters. One is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, while the other attends the University of Cincinnati; both daughters are graduates of Sycamore High School. He was 65-years-old.
Funeral arrangements will be forthcoming.