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November 08, 2012
As of tomorrow, it will have been a year since you left us, son. Not a day has gone by without tears. I have missed you every moment and I look forward to the day we are reunited.
December 12, 2011
For those who didn't get the chance to meet Adam, he was truly one of a kind. He made each person in his life feel special with his attention. He had so much to give and asked for nothing in return. His friendship was adicting to the point you never wanted him to leave. He lit up every room with laughter. He was a best friend you wouldn't want to live without and a brother you craved to have. He wanted nothing more than to spend a life with Jennifer and Landon. He had chose to marry her the day that he met her and spoke of nothing less. My heart breaks for my sister, Landon and Adam's family.... Adam was truly loved and will be greatly missed.
November 30, 2011
Adam, I was so saddned to hear of your passing from Sy, but I hope you were having a blast in the last few years of your life doing what you loved. My thoughts and condolences go out to your family and friends. You and your father were always a joy to see at the office and I felt like I was a part of the family, even though I only knew you a short time.
Richard, I send long distance huge bear hugs from Seattle. You know where to find my number if you want to stay in touch.

Love,
Mindy Tunnell (CFMC)
November 28, 2011
Julie:
On behalf of Worley Parsons our sincere condolences to you and your family.
November 21, 2011
I was greatly saddened when I heard of Adam's death. But I was greatly uplifted and inspired by learning more about him at the funeral service. There's no greater gift that he could have left this world than for others to know of his faith in Jesus Christ. Hallelujah. I just wish I could have met him and talked to him. I'm so sorry you, his family, have lost the pleasure of his company, but I pray the memories and the sense of his spirit will carry you through.
November 20, 2011
Hearing the terrible news of someone's death that is close to you has the effect of making you feel so small and vulnerable. We never know when that fateful day will strike us. What makes Adam's passing so dreadful is the fact that his vibrant life was cut so short. Why does God sometimes take such talented young men away from us before they can fulfill their lives? Adam had so much potential and spirit. You could not hold him back nor tell him that he could not do something. He possessed an indomitable will that would confront any challenge set before him. This is what set him apart from the other Marines he served with, thus enabling him to receive the award of honor graduate in “boot camp”. I will always remember those hikes in the mountains and camping trips we took together in Alaska. Sarah and I will miss Adam very much and will forever cherish his memory.
November 20, 2011
Hearing the terrible news of someone's death that is close to you has the effect of making you feel so small and vulnerable. We never know when that fateful day will strike us. What makes Adam's passing so dreadful is the fact that his vibrant life was cut so short. Why does God sometimes take such talented young men away from us before they can fulfill their lives? Adam had so much potential and spirit. You could not hold him back nor tell him that he could not do something. He possessed an indomitable will that would confront any challenge set before him. This is what set him apart from the other Marines he served with, thus enabling him to receive the award of honor graduate in “boot camp”. I will always remember those hikes in the mountains and camping trips we took together in Alaska. Sarah and I will miss Adam very much and will forever cherish his memory.
November 19, 2011
Thank you Adam,
Blessings & Prayers to the family.
November 18, 2011
Dearest Cobb Family,

I've postponed writing anything because I've been at a loss for words. I'm so deeply saddened by the tragic loss of any 21 year-old, but particularly someone so pure of heart as Adam. My sister and nephew have never been so loved, so appreciated, and so happy as they were during their years with him. I feel so blessed to have seen Jen so incredibly happy; she deserved it. Julie and Richard, thank you for the incredible job you did raising such an inspirational young man, and please find peace in knowing that your son touched so many lives in such big ways.

Jen, hang in there. I can't imagine the pain and loss you're feeling right now, but try to focus on the hundreds of warm memories and moments you had. Life is so fragile, but you both made the most of your time together. I'm so glad you have a plethora of pictures that captured all of your adventures, and I know Adam is so proud of who you are and what a strong woman you have been through this. You truly inspire me.

Adam, I'm sorry I was weary of you when I first met you; I'm a pretty over-protective sister. I'm glad that your open heart and persistence to win people over paid off - we had such a great time this summer in Pensacola! Thank you for all of your help toward my family, and thank you for being such a fantastic influence on Landon. I hope you'll provide guidance and strength to both of our families; this has been so incredibly hard on everyone. You may have never known it, but you showed a lot of people how to love, and for that I am eternally grateful.


"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."

— Maya Angelou
November 17, 2011
Adam,

You where a great friend, we could always count on you. It's so sad to see such a great young man go so soon,but god has better plans to for you. God bless you and your family. Rest In Peace.

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