My dear friend Adam, I remember him calling me one day shortly before he had past. As always it was "How's it going pretty lady!" Adam was always such a flirty gentleman and so fun to be around. Adam wanted to hang out and catch up and for whatever reason I can't remember we just never got around to doing so before his life was tragically take by addiction.
Adam with an infectious smile and contagious energy! He was someone you don't miss in a room, he stood out in crowds. He was smart and funny, compassionate and caring. He would do anything for anyone! He loved his Harley his family and his friends. Adam's addiction does not define him. Addiction does not discriminate. I hope sharing a little bit about Adam can raise some awareness to those who still struggle to battle with addiction. Adam may be gone but he will never be forgotten and I will continue to share his story in hopes to raise awareness. Adam lives on through memory and the hopes to END THE STIGMA, NOT A LIFE. RIP you are loved <3