Obituary of Adam U. Escobar
God opened his doors for Adam Ulyssess Escobar on November 6, 2022. On this night, we gained a Guardian Angel. Adam Ulyssess Escobar, 27, born in Providence, RI on February 2, 1995. He was the son of Maria E. Escobar. He is survived by his son Adam Ulyssess Escobar the second (AJ), sister Kimberly J. Escobar, and brother Steven Escobar.
We remember Adam as a young man but an old soul at heart.
Adam had an artistic soul with an Entrepreneur's vision. He had a love for expressing himself by painting. It was one of his ways of tapping into his creativity. He was the most authentic human being on this earth and unapologetically himself. We are so proud of the young man you became to be. Adam's desire and ambition were out of this world, and he was committed to working for what he wanted to achieve. He was focusing on new ideas and projects. He took pride in being the best he could be when he put his mind to something. He was always looking for ways to grow, and he led by example for his child. His main objective in life was taking care of his son, showing him the way in life, and being the greatest father he could be. He loves his son with his entire heart.
Adam was always truthful to himself and always grounded. He was never looking to be like the others, and he never cared to be the center of attention. At the end of the day, when he walked into the room, he completed us. Growing up, the Escobar cousins were more than just cousins to each other; we were all like brothers and sisters.
He leaves behind his loved ones.
I wish you remember Adam as the charming, funny, loving, respectful, and loyal person that he was on this earth.
Rest in heavenly peace. You will forever be with us, Enano; we will respect, honor and love you. Until then, we will see you soon!
We love you with all of our hearts.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2022, in the Mount Pleasant Funeral Home, 168 Academy Avenue, Providence, from 7:30am - 9:30am. A Mass of Chrisitan Burial will follow in the Blessed Sacrament Church, 179 Academy Avenue, Providence, RI at 10:00am. Burial will follow at St. Ann Cemetery.
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