Chris Adam Obituary, Chris Adam Has Passed Away – Death Cause

Chris Adam Obituary, Death – Christopher Paul Adam went away without any pain or suffering on January 16, 2023, when he was 68 years old. Beloved husband of Susan McLaughlin, devoted stepfather of Kelsey (Steve), Shelby (Warren), Paige (Joseph), and Sidney, and cherished grandfather to Aubrie. His parents, Paul Adam and Ellen Martin, passed away before he was born. Brothers Stephen (Linda) and Eric, as well as nephews Jeremy, Jonathan, David, and Worth, survive him. Sister-in-laws Linda Loera and Eireann Aldrich (Jamie), as well as brother-in-law Andrew Sigouin, as well as mother and father-in-law Alice and Andy Sigouin, will miss him very much.

Chris was the type of person who genuinely cherished his friendships with others. Throughout his life, he maintained friendships with people from his youth, university, and place of employment, in addition to meeting numerous new acquaintances along the way. Chris’s heart has a soft spot for David MacDonald and George Aaron for a long time. Chris enjoyed going to bakeries, traveling, spending winter beach vacations at the beach, sailing, being outside, spending summers at Pine Lodge, and spending time with our pets. His dog Nala remained at his side until the very conclusion of the process.

Chris spent his childhood in Montreal before moving to Chambly, where he got his first job selling newspapers for the Montreal Star. Chris went to Ottawa after graduating from Concordia University and began his job as a bartender at I.P. Looneys, where he worked for eight years, before beginning his career as a real estate agent. Because Chris is so good with people, he was able to achieve great success in the field of real estate while working with Canada Trust Realty and Coldwell Banker First Ottawa Realty.

In 2016, Chris received the news that he had Early Onset Alzheimer’s disease and went on to take part in a number of studies pertaining to Alzheimer’s research. His condition was further evaluated, and it was determined that he suffers from Lewy Body Dementia. In 2022, the advancement of his condition increased. We are grateful that Chris was able to spend his final days at home, surrounded by affection and the simple pleasures of going out for ice cream, iced coffee, and walks with his dog.


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