Christopher P. Adams

  • Born: December 9, 1987
  • Died: November 10, 2020
  • Location: Westford, Massachusetts

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Westford, MA 01886

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Loving Son

WESTFORD - Christopher P. Adams, 32, a resident of Westford, passed away on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at the Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington.
Born in Concord, on December 9, 1987, he was the son of Andrew D. and Jacqueline A. (Bull) Adams of Westford who survive him.
Chris was a graduate of Westford Academy and the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, where he received a degree in graphic design.
He was the owner and designer of Revolution Creek Shirt Company of Littleton for the last three years. He enjoyed playing and watching sports and listening to music.
In addition to his parents he leaves aunts and uncles, Debbie and Pete Baglia, Lucy and Brian Mitchell, Dan and Kay Bull, Patrick and Judy Bull, Joseph Bull, Guy and Carrie Adams, Dana and Cindy Adams, many cousins and dear friends.
Due to current health restrictions, his services will be private.
As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions in Christopher's name may be sent to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center - Liver Disease Center, c/o Philanthropy, 41 Mall Rd, Burlington, MA  01805 or online at support.laheyhealth.org/LHMCgive


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Sending my thoughts to your family. I'll always remember the love and kindness you showed me when my family stayed with you moving me to college. Rest in Power.

Posted by Sean Schellhammer - Chicago, IL - Family   November 19, 2020

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Jackie and Andy, I will always remember Chris standing in front of my desk at WA anxiously awaiting his dismissal pass. He was always polite and a little shy. He would wait patiently as I checked his schedule, called his mom in the kitchen to let her know that I wasn't going to dismiss him because he had a class and not a study. When confronted with this information, he would grin and sometimes grumble but would return to class. His smile and compassion for those less fortunate will always be part of my memory of Chris. He generously gave clothing and sneakers to a family that suffered the loss of all their belongings in a house fire. Chris will always be remembered as a loving son, great friend to many and a very kind person. It will be difficult, but keep his smile and kindness in your heart and he will forever be with you.

Posted by Linda Mahoney - North Chelmsford, MA   November 14, 2020


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