Brin Lee Adams

August 22, 1980 - September 29, 2022
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Brin Lee Adams, age 42, of Lubbock, Texas passed away unexpectedly to be with our Lord and Savior on Thursday, September 29, 2022. Brin was adventurous, loved the outdoors, and was a jack of all trades.  He was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone he met. He enjoyed riding his Harley andContinue Reading

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Kandice (Bice) Stockman left a message on October 13, 2022:
I could list memories of you that would reach across Texas. But some of those memories we all promised at a very young age would never be told! Ha Ha! You were a huge part of my childhood and teenage years. I met you in Kindergarten. That truly shows our age! You were also my brother Ken's very first best friend. You two loved to torture me. We three were thick as thieves! I still believe the grey hairs on my head began with you TWO. As years passed we lost touch, but the memories we made are forever and will never be forgotten. I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family. My Prayers are with each of you. You will be missed Brin Lee!!! Love, Kandice.
Denny, Sandy & Chadd Glenn left a message on October 12, 2022:
We would like to express our condolences to the family of Brin , Our family was also his family as well , he lived with us 8 years of his life , he was a brother to our son Chadd he was like another son , he shared many holidays with us , always was in our lives , even the night of his passing came to see us , Brin was a good , compassionate man , he had a heart of gold as well as a good soul , his smile lit up our world, Brin brought so much love , joy and laughter to our family and we are devastated of his passing , Brin will always be in our hearts and the memories we shared with him will never be forgotten , he will always be remembered and cherished in our hearts , Brin , you will be forever missed and loved by us always , We love you !!! 💖💙❤️♥️
Jill Edwards left a message on October 11, 2022:
Brin Lee I still can’t wrap my brain around your passing.. in my mind, heart and dreams I can feel you watching over and protecting me. You would always say hey if there’s a problem yo I solve it. 🎼🎶 and made me laugh so tears ran down my leg. The memories are endless literally I could tell stories for days. I would tell you that you needed to go on the road with this show you had a undeniable unique personality that everyone you met you left a lasting impression. I had no clue the huge amounts of people’s lives you had touched that had nothing but good things to say about you. You will be undoubtedly be missed beyond words. I will miss your silly self!! You said you were going to move to Antarctica and learn to speak seal 🦭.. I love you so very much and your spirit is flying pain free watching over all those you loved. Love and miss you more! Your sister, Jill
Robert Voight left a message on October 8, 2022:
My Condolences and prayers to Rene, Edie, Jill and Casey. The picture captures the wild eyed kid with the smirking smile. Best quality Brin possessed was his heart, he was good to people and animals. RIP Brin
Jonathan Lutsi left a message on October 8, 2022:
Man can't believe your gone brother. To the Adams family I send my prayers and am sorry for yals loss. He was a very great man whom I will miss dearly. From the rides and going snowboarding in Ruidoso. The long talks and just the great times we had. Ride them streets of gold and see you again someday my friend. Love ya bro. Jon L.
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Jody Adams left a message on October 8, 2022:
Rest in Everlasting Peace, Brin! We know there were many to meet you on the other side. Ride free and feel the wind in your face. Draw the pictures, see the beauty, laugh and dance for you are free from the perils of this earth. We will see you again. To Jill, Casey, Edie and Rene: lean on each other and know you are loved. To Colin, Mary, and Luke: your Dad loved you very much.
Casey left a message on October 8, 2022:
I would like to thank everyone that has reached out to the family after Brins untimely passing. With all the people Brin had touched, there is no way possible we could please everyone with his memorial. Unfortunately due to the manner in which he passed, there will be no viewing. We encourage everyone to share a picturth or a story about Brin there so we can all share in his life. The family will hold a memorial at a later date in Arizona to scatter his ashes in the desert to honor his wish of being spread out in the desert. We thank you again for all your prayers and support during this time.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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