Shannon -Adams-Obituary

Shannon Lewis Adams

New York, New York

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Finding Something Bigger

He had his business card that gave his address as Tower 1, 101st Floor, World Trade Center," Gwyn Adams said of her son, Shannon. "He was so proud of that, coming from a town where his high school class had 34 kids. It doesn't even have a red light. It has a couple of stop signs."

It was his longstanding dream to leave Star Lake, N.Y., population 860, for something a little bigger.

"He was going 100 miles an hour all the time, it seems like," said his father, Lew Adams. "The city seemed to satisfy that a lot better than the northern Adirondacks."

Shannon Adams, 25, a fixed-income accountant at Cantor Fitzgerald, set up the perfect bachelor pad in Astoria with two friends in the finance world.

"They had their huge big TV screen with all their sports, their full music wall," his mother said. "They had a huge fish tank with man-eating fish or whatever they're called." And they had a favorite bar where his friends gathered for an Irish wake. And when they went up north for his memorial service, they filled up all the motels in a 15-mile radius.

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Your family is in our thoughts as we send our heartfelt condolences. Daily may God continue to give the needed strength to cope. Shannon will always be fondly remembered and missed.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Rest in Peace Shannon, God bless your family and friends.

Gone but never forgotten.He lives on thru all the memories his family has.

To the Family & Friends of Shannon,
I am so sorry for the loss of Your Loved One!
Although much time has passed the memory of Our Dear Loved Ones is still ever so present.
When these tragedies occur, we often ask ourselves; Why bad things happen to good people?
You can find comfort in knowing that pain & sadness were never Gods original purpose for the families.
He will keep His promise and restore peace & unity to all mankind.
He will not forget Our...

Never to be forgotten

u will never be forgotten in this town

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will think of him always.