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Adam Levi Coston
October 12, 1987 ~ October 9, 2023 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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Adam Coston Obituary
Adam Levi Coston, known by his friends and family as Adam Coston, was a man who lived his life with the spirit of a warrior, the heart of a comedian, and the soul of an electrician. Born on October 12, 1987, in Denver, CO, Adam was a shining light whose laughter and spirit will be deeply missed. Adam passed away on October 9, 2023, in Denver, CO.
Adam was the beloved son of Dale, and grandson to Patricia, and Cliff, nephew to aunts Corine, Sandy, and Judy, and brother to sisters Faith, Fawn, and Angelica. He was also the coolest uncle to Moe and Lake, who will remember him for his humor and his big heart.
A man of many talents, Adam completed his K-12 education and received his GED, proving that life's paths are not always straight but can lead to the same destination. Following in his father's footsteps, Adam found his calling as an electrician. He had a spark for the work, literally and metaphorically. His father was a skilled electrician, and Adam was proud to carry on the family tradition. He also took welding classes and put his skills to good use, helping to build commercial and residential projects in the Denver area. You could say he was quite a 'bright' guy, always lighting up the room, whether by his work or his humor.
Adam was an outdoor enthusiast who loved connecting with nature, both physically and spiritually. He was an avid fisherman in his younger years, and rumor has it, he could charm a fish out of any lake or river - a true fish whisperer. He enjoyed camping, hiking, and exploring the great outdoors, always carrying a sense of adventure in his heart. Adam was also an animal lover, often surrounded by a menagerie of pets, from puppies and cats to snakes and spiders. He even helped his aunt take care of her horses, proving that all creatures, great and small, were drawn to his gentle spirit.
In his later life, Adam became a fierce advocate for the LGBTQ community. He fought for equal rights and worked tirelessly to raise awareness, using an alternate name as an alias in his fight for justice. He believed in equality, and his dedication to this cause was a testament to his spirit and his heart.
Adam was a funny, thoughtful, and spirited individual. His humor was infectious, and he had a knack for making people laugh, even in the most challenging times. He was thoughtful, always considering others and extending a helping hand when needed. And he was spirited, living his life with an energy and passion that was truly inspiring.
In conclusion, Adam Levi Coston was a man who loved deeply, laughed loudly, and lived fully. He will be remembered for his humor, his spirit, and his unwavering dedication to those he loved and the causes he believed in. His light may have gone out too soon, but his memory will shine on in the hearts of all who knew him.