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“Adam was a joy to be around. He was such an interesting person and conversations with him were enlightening and diverse! My four children all...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Ruth de Jesus Kenneway - Fremont, NH

“Loved by all, a wonderful man and human being . Will be sorely missed by me. Sorry my children really never got to know him . ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Valerie Schreibman. - FL - Family

“I will always remember Adam as the youngest of the New York cousins. I enjoyed seeing him at Passover and other family events. Most recently I...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Elizabeth Mitchell - Trenton, NJ

“I have so many wonderful memories with you both Valerie. Throughout the years, Frank and I spoke to him so much through Facebook. I always...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Robyn and Frank Licursi

“Valerie,You have our sincerest condolences on your profound loss.God Blessyou, we are praying for you.Love,Fred and Liz ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Fred & Liz Neri - Union, NJ

“Adam was a very lovely person. Rest In Peace. Ellen & Mel Leifert. So sorry Val ”
6 of 6 | Posted by: Ellen Leifert - Friend

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Adam Steele was a wonderful, caring, witty, and loving man. Loved by many. He will be greatly missed.
He graduated from Manhattan College in the Riverdale section of the Bronx.
During his time he became a certified Broker Real Estate Agent.

He had many talents as an artist. Drawing in many mediums. Had an amazing range of drawing.
Performed plays during his college years like "Brighton Beach Memoirs" . Also, had a flair for fine cooking.

Not alone did he have many talents in the arts. But, he was very Tech savvy. Building new computers from the ground up.
Was heavily into Flight Simulators on PC and more. He was into Martial Arts, Skiing and Wrestling during his early years of life.

Even up to recently he went back to Martial Arts for a short time. He had many aspirations to further a new career goal direction.
Though he had many health issues he still looked to the future for the next adventure.
As his wife I will miss those adventures with him.

"A heart is not judged by how much you love but, by how much you are loved by others"