I was shocked to hear about Adam. I knew him during the "Bimbleman" era......he was a sweetheart. My prayers to his wife and kids.
Blue Skies Anni
Adam, I will miss you bud, From the time the Bimblemen got thrown out of Perris and came to Cal-City we had so many great times, demos, competitions, night bandit loads and fun jumps. You have been a friend for many years. We will pray for Angie and the kids. See you next time on the other side.
(This post was edited by rapter on Sep 9, 2007, 4:45 PM)
Just out of curiosity: That picture that says Arvin 1990 ... Is the guy on the right a guy by the name of Randy Goken? Did you know Dave Salaz when he owned Arvin? I did some AFF at Air Adventures back in '96 and have heard of Adam but did not know of him personally.
Sheree and I will always remember how proud Adam was bouncing about the drop zone with his newly adopted son and how very proud we were of his accomplishments. Then a beautiful second son made him glow with endless pride. What a great feeling he made us feel. We were so fortunate to have known him. To know his passion for life was inspiring. Sheree was pursuing her Masters Degree at about the same time as Adam and the many conversations we shared will always be remembered and are embedded in our memories. There is so much to share. I hope to share Adam's passion with as many people as I am able. We feel so blessed to have known Adam and I will always remember what an amazing individual we had in this world and the feeling he made us feel when we were with him. We are certainly better people because of Adam. He taught us to Skydive but that was just a flicker of the light that Adam's inspiration shined upon our path in life. Troy Davis (Canyon Country, CA)