Adam Joseph Trowbridge
Adam Joseph Trowbridge is missed by all who knew him. He was born on July 26,1983 in Austin. He is survived by his mother Debbie Trowbridge of Granite Shoals; his father Billy Trowbridge; sister Amanda; and niece Mya of Cedar Creek; and a family that includes grandparents, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and loving friends.
Adam loved life and he loved Jessica. He was
an avid skateboarder, music lover, student and electrician like his dad. He was inspired by Salvador Dali, Che Guvera and Bob Marley; he was interested in any new technology and graphic arts.
He left us on Aug. 13, 2005 peacefully, as he slept. Eric Clapton wrote, “Would you know my name if I saw you in heaven?” Sean answered yes to Adam.
Our joy of knowing Adam and his too-short life was celebrated at the Lockhart State Park on Friday, Aug. 19. Services were performed by Pastor Cook of Seguin. His cousin Tiffany played three lovely songs on the violin at the service.
He is remembered best for his ready smile, loving heart and generous spirit. How do you miss a gentle breeze on your cheek, a glorious sunset, a star in the sky? Like these wonders “Atom” belongs to us all.