Adam Jason Rosema

San Gabriel, California


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In Loving Memory of SPC. ADAM JASON ROSEMA May 28, 1979 - March 14, 2007 We lost Our Hero, Our Friend, Our Brother, Our Son. On March 14, 2007 while on a recovery mission of a vehicle in Iraq, a roadside bomb exploded near his vehicle. Adam grew up primarily in the Pasadena area. He later moved...

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We will never forget your sacrifice for our country! You are always on our mind and in our hearts!

Adam,you will always live in our hearts, prayers and memories. Happy Heavenly Birthday son. You are always missed immensely, but especially today.
Tomorrow, Memorial Day, you and 10 others from Pasadena are being honored with a statue at Defenders Park. It represents all of you and the best Pasadena had to give. You will never be forgotten. Love to you always,till we meet again.

It's hard to believe you've been gone 10 years. It seems like yesterday we were going to concerts,NASCAR races and hanging out. You will always be remembered, never forgotten. You were a Hero, a good son, had a kind heart and were loved by many. I miss you each and every day and will always love you to the moon and back.

My Dearest Adam,how fast time goes by. It has been 9 years since we lost you and got another Angel in Heaven. You will always be my Hero. I love you and miss you every day. I wish I had one more chance to see you and hear your voice. Your time here on earth was too short and you left so young. But in time, we will be together again. Rest in Peace my son until that time.

Adam,today you would have been 36. How time flies.I remember the day you were born,my little blonde hair, blue eyed boy. I will treasure all the time we did have together. It was way to short. You will forever be in my heart and many others. Happy Birthday in Heaven my son.Love Always

Always Ready, brother. It remains and has always been my honor to speak for you one last time. I hope I did you honor. Rest easy.

Dear the Rosema family,
I am a member of the group wear blue:run to remember who honor the service and sacrifice of our fallen service members, ones currently fighting and families of both. During our circle of remembrance this morning I had the privilege to call out your son's name in DuPont, WA. I wanted you to know that today, 8 years later, your son is still remembered.
Many blessings to you today, on this anniversary, and every other day.
Krista Simpson

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of the year.

Adam thank you, because of your sacrifice, my family enjoys freedom! When we talk about heroes in our lives, you are the first one that comes to our mind. We will always remember you with pride!