With broken hearts we announce the sudden loss of Adam Taylor Housman. Adam had a brilliant mind always taking on a challenge with pride and success. Adam was passionate about history, golf, basketball and hiking. He successfully hiked the Appalachian trail an accomplishment he was so proud of. Adam was the grandson of the late Arline and Bert Housman and the late Libby and Bob Seltzer.
Adam was a devoted son to his parents Nancy (Seltzer) and Richard Housman. Protective and caring, Adam was one of their three most precious gifts. Adam shared many topics of interest with his older brother Maxwell often reminiscing about visits to museums and foreign countries. Adam and his twin brother Jake had a special bond that will live on forever. Always looking out for one another and balancing each others strengths. Their differences complimented each other like pieces of a puzzle from the day they were born on March 31, 1987. Adam admired his sister-in-law Catherine, appreciating her intelligence, kindness and gentle manner.
Adam had special relationships with his Uncle Kenny, Auntie Debbi and Uncle Marty. Engaging in their company with ongoing conversation meant a lot to him. Holidays hosted by Aunt Susan and Uncle Ben were great memories for Adam. Adam enjoyed spending time with his cousins Julie, Jaclyn, Kevin, Diane, AJ, Jonathan and Samantha. Each one of them bringing individual connections to the Adam they knew and loved. Adam adored his little cousins Robbie and Chloe showing his love by showering them with stuffed animals and dolls. In his own quiet way Adam was kind and thoughtful. We will love and miss Adam always and forever.