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Not a day goes by I don't think of you. And "at the end of the day" You are in my prayers.?

Adam did more than make a difference in so many lives. He made a difference and redirected into positive territory everyone that he came in contact with. His kindness, his wit, his smile, his friendship is forever locked inside so many of us. Not a day goes by that I do not think of him, and miss him.

Camden County Bar Association

On September 16th 2013 at 9AM the Camden County Bar Association will be honoring it's fallen members. Our dear friend Detective Justine Franks of the Philadelphia Police Department will be speaking from his heart the memories of his dear friend Adam.

I speak for many, that there is not a day that goes by that we don't think of Adam. Although we understanding the loss and the tragic circumstances, we manage to smile just knowing what a...

I just googled Adam Beloff, while completing a job application, as I was employed as a law clerk for him in Somers Point, NJ. Needless to say, I am shocked and devasted. He was my inspiration, and I am now a licensed CA attorney. Seeing the name "Hopey," brought back memories! RIP

I worked with Adam and Marc on the boardwalk in Atlantic city. I can honestly say you will never find two better men on this planet. Everyone one could see how special both are. I am so sorry for the loss of such a fine young man. May God be with you Adam. My condolences to Marc and the Beloff family.

What a wonderful guy. It was a pleasure working for Adam,he always made me feel comfortable in his office fixing his computers. He is missed.
-Hugh M. Gayle

To All Who Knew Him:

Thank you for honoring my Adam. Your friendship, love and kindness shall sustain me for all the remaining days of my life. Hopey XXO

My condolensces to the entire Beloff family regarding the passing of Adam. I met Adam when I was 15 years old during a family vacation to Ventnor. He was full of hopes and dreams and had a smile that warmed the heart. May he find peace and comfort in the arms of the angels. Farewell Adam - you were a wonderful person.and will be missed by many!


ADAM's Obituaries


ADAM M., 48, of Philadelphia, on December 1, 2012. Judge in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County. He was predeceased by his mother Ruth Beloff, twin brother, Marc Beloff and stepmother, Mollie Braverman. Husband of Christine Hope Beloff; beloved son of Dr. Stanley Beloff,...

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