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Adam Michael SzubaAugust 2, 1988 ~ September 24, 2017 (age 29)
Please note, visiting for Adam Szuba will be held at Gregory Gonce Funeral Home in Pasadena. For driving directions, click on the Service Details Tab above, then click directions.
Szuba, Adam M.
On September 24, 2017 Adam Michael Szuba passed away at age 29. Adam was known to family and friends as a loving, caring , and all around funny person, who was always willing to offer a helping hand and was a champion of the underdog. He had great ability in many sports: lacrosse, soccer and football and had an array of trophies. He loved to compete and had a drive that couldn't be matched. Adam started playing sports at age 4, then through high school with a myriad of other teams including travel teams. Adam was a proud member of the IBEW Local 728 West Palm Beach. He loved going to the beach with his family and friends. He found being in the ocean very therapeutic. Adam always made his family top priority. The love that he had for his nieces and nephews was truly out of this world.
Adam was the beloved son of Carl Szuba Sr., Patricia Szuba and her husband David Robley; dear grandson of William and Cecilia Clark, and the late Carl and Doris Szuba; brother to Daniel Szuba and wife Ashley brother of Carl Szuba Jr. and wife Anna and sister Jessica Hollebon; step-brother of Ben Robley and wife Julie, Becky Cusick and husband Michael; uncle of Layla, Ada, Christian, Ethan, Kaya, Lizzy and Hunter and Lydia. He was also cherished nephew of Michael and Sandy Szuba, Barbara and David Fischer, Francis and Donna Szuba, Rosemary and Dan Collins, and the late Robert Szuba, Kathleen and Michael Patti, Michael Clark, Joe and Jill Clark. Adam was also blessed with many loving cousins.
Friends may visit at the GREGORY J. GONCE FUNERAL HOME, 169 Riviera Drive in Pasadena on Thursday, September 28th, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9pm. Funeral Mass on Friday in Our Lady of the Chesapeake Church at 1:30pm.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute to the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore. helpingupmission.org