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Sean Christopher Adamson
June 1, 1967 ~ January 18, 2023 (age 55) 55 Years Old
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Sean Christopher Adamson passed away in his 55th year at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla on Wednesday, January 18, 2023. Sean was born on June 1, 1967 in Atlanta, Georgia to Marianne Rota Adamson and Styles Carey Adamson. He is survived by his daughter Alexa Lynn Gioello of Eatontown, New Jersey; his mother Marianne Rota Adamson of Atlanta, Georgia; his brothers Styles Adamson (Barbie) and Charles Adamson of Denver, Colorado; sisters Melissa Adamson (Chris) of Atlanta, Georgia; Kim Cone (Gordon) of LaGrange, Georgia; Megan Buccheri and Trish Adamson of Gainesville, Georgia; and Beth Thompson (Brian) of Poolville, Texas. Several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews also survive. Sean was predeceased in death by his father, Styles Carey Adamson, and sister, Kelly Lynn Adamson of Atlanta. From an early age Sean was a devoted fan of the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves. He enjoyed Nascar, fishing and music. But Sean's passion was cars and motors. He was known by family and friends to be truly gifted with the ability to take mechanical devices apart and then reassemble them. He loved repairing cars and trucks. Sean inherited his ability to master any home project from his father, Styles; both were very talented with their hands. Sean was a kind, loving and gentle man. He will be truly missed by his family and friends.
The family would like to thank the Westchester Medical Center, LiveOnNY and Pleasant Manor Funeral Home for their wonderful care of our family. Sean's gift of multiple organ donations gave the family peace and comfort at a very difficult time.