Adam Michael Strode

Adam Michael Strode, 35, was born March 3rd, 1983 in Merriam, KS and passed away October 31, 2018. He is survived by his parents: mother, Julie Williams, (Robert), father, Terry Strode (Sharon), sister, Jamie Urton (Zachary), niece Florence and step brother Brian Williams (Alyssa Miksis), Grandmother Susan Arns (White), and Grandfather Clifford Strode (Kalina). He was preceded in death by paternal grandmother, Marilyn Strode and maternal grandfather, William White.

 

Adam graduated from Blue Valley High School in 2001.  He had a deep LOVE of music and a gift for entertaining. He honed his skills as a natural born chef and took pride in home cooked meals and filling others’ bellies. He excelled at pranks and jokes and comedy. He was wonderfully silly and serious. He felt life deeply and yet presented with a smile. He was human, wrought with flaws and blessed with gifts and talents unsung. EXCEPT, to those close to him.

Memorial visitation

Memorial Visitation will be 6:00-8:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at the Amos Family Funeral Home.

 

Memorial Contributions

Memorial contributions may be sent to: Teen Challenge, a youth organization in Kansas dedicated to helping humans struggling with addiction or Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater KC.

Teen Challenge-The Midwest

209 Nicholas Avenue

Alton, Kansas 67623

(785) 984/2360

 

Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater KC

 6701 West 64th Street Suite 120

Overland Park, KS 66202

913-754-8883

 


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4 Comments on “Adam Michael Strode”

  1. PAM AUMAN Says:

    My heart is broken. I loved Adam and considered him my nephew. When he and I worked at St. Joseph he would come to my office to see me, and he would tell the receptionist to tell me that my nephew was there to visit. We loved laughing together. He and I would have “contests” to see who could get the most hugs from Isabella. He always won. She made sure of that! He and I had a “Tomato-off” one summer to see who could grow the best tomatoes. He ordered the seeds, we planted them and this time I won!! It was great fun sending photos back and forth of our progress. He was so ornery, but so sweet and kind. I am so sorry for all of his family and loved ones. I know it is a huge loss. It is for me. Love and prayers to you all.

  2. Dawn Long Says:

    I just wanted to give my heartfelt condolences to the family of Adam. I was so sad to hear this awful news. I met Adam at the restaurant I work at in South Carolina when he came in to town to work. He would always make sure he came to see me, and was so sweet and kind every time I saw him. I loved him like a son, and always loved seeing his smiling face. Prayers to all of his family. May you Rest In Peace now Adam.

  3. Ashley Whitaker Says:

    I haven’t talked to adam since high school. But, he was one of my favorite people. Always had a smile, a joke, he could make me
    Laugh like no one else. Just a true light. You were such an awesome
    Person, and will be deeply missed. Prayers to your family…

  4. Jason Stallbaumer Says:

    This is a kinda a poem. I knew Adam from Teen challenge and he showed me a lot:

    When times hurt and things were ruff you taught me how to live and not be a snuff. You were a free spirit that showed me life. Wasn’t the selfish type but showed the selfless light. Never showed your hurt but always have your worth. Your white and uncanny humor always outweighed the glumor. You always loved others and never judged another. When someone felt soon you eased the gloom. Adam buddy your life was cut short I wish I could have shared your hurt.

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