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Christopher “Chris” M. Adams left this world on May 3, 2023, at his home in NH. Born to Pamela Cox on June 24, 1990 in Dover, NH, he later moved to Pennsylvania where he graduated high school. Shortly after graduation he joined the Navy where he hoped to eventually become a Medic.
Known for his quick wit, talent, and sense of humor, he had a unique ability to both provoke and amuse those around him. Chris possessed a remarkable capacity to see the good in others and took genuine interest in the life stories of the many people he encountered daily. He was always willing and ready to help friends and acquaintances in need; however, he often faced the challenge of extending that same love and kindness to himself. His time on this earth was marked by a consistent attempt at self-improvement and a relentless struggle for inner peace.
Although his adoration for his family and friends was profound, his greatest joy was his beautiful son. His love for him was exemplified by a tattoo which he designed and proudly wore—a symbol of their unbreakable bond.
Chris was a talented guitarist and began playing at eight years old. With his sister’s insistent encouragement to keep practicing, he soon realized a passion and talent which he would seek to master throughout his adult years. Chris’ engagement in music became an expressive outlet as well as a source of connection and unity, creating shared experiences that will continue to echo through the lives of those he leaves behind.
Chris harbored hopes and dreams, and often journaled his thoughts that documented his desire for personal growth. He most recently embarked on an entrepreneurial journey as owner and operator of his own business. In a display of his wit, he named it “Viper Drain Cleaning”, a branding which doubled as a display of imagery as well as a reflection of his aspiration to one day own a Dodge Viper. His love for cars was made evident by the pride he took in personally maintaining his vehicles. He had a real passion for driving and was always on the lookout for new areas with scenic and serene driving routes.
Chris cherished memories of enjoying homemade blueberry pie for his birthdays. In his honor, his family plans to enjoy a slice as an annual tradition to celebrate his birthday. They’d like to invite his friends and family to do the same.
In a plea from Chris’ sister, she asks that if you or someone you love is grappling with addiction, to please seek help. She emphasizes the importance of acknowledging addiction as a disease-one that can consume an individual to the extent that they become a mere shadow of their former selves. It is her sincere hope that those facing addiction will find comfort in the knowledge that they do not have to do this alone. Her message resonates with the belief that within each person lies the strength and resilience necessary to confront addiction head-on and reclaim their lives.
Private services for Chris will be held at a later date. Friends and family will be personally notified of the details. Lambert Funeral Home and Crematory is assisting the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to Hope for NH Recovery, 293 Wilson St., Manchester, NH 03103.
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