ADAMS, DANIEL BRYCE Daniel Bryce Adams, 34, of Littleton, Colorado, passed away at his home September 27th, 2010 after a brave and dignified battle with melanoma. Born at the Air Force Academy, Colorado, February 28, 1976, Dan was a security system service technician for Safe Systems, Inc. for eight years. Prior to that, he was employed with fire and alarm companies holding the positions of alarm technician, field supervisor, and national trainer. After 9/11 Dan felt the need to contribute to his community. He graduated from the Firefighter's Academy and became a volunteer firefighter and first responder with the Indian Hills Fire Department. He was also inducted as an honorary member of the Inter-Canyon Fire Department. Dan always went the extra mile to help people in need or distress and even during his illness, he never complained or felt sorry for himself, but was only worried about the welfare of others. He was a devoted family man and the most precious part of Dan's life was being a husband and father. He loved to put his boat in at Chatfield Reservoir and spend the day with family and friends. Dan is admired for his strength, compassion, selflessness and courage. Survivors include his wife Randia Weinberg, sons Cameron and Dillon, daughters Tylar and Jaylee (Littleton, CO); parents Gary and Gayle Adams (Westminster, CO), David and Janet Flavin (Fort Wayne, IN); sisters Tiffany Adams (Glenwood Springs, CO), Alicia (Emiliano) Gazotti (San Diego, CA); brother Jacob (Rachel Fain) Brown; step-brother Daniel Olguin (Cheyenne, WY); sister-in-law Micah (Matt) Juntunen (Littleton, CO); nieces Hannah Juntunen (Littleton, CO), Mercedes and Aryceli Gazotti (San Diego, CA); grandfather Cecil Adams (Schulenburg, TX); and dear friends who are family John and Jackie Haddow (Littleton, CO). A memorial service will be held Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 at 7:00pm at Mountain Song Foursquare Church, 4471 Parmalee Gulch Road, Indian Hills, CO.
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