Adam Torres Luna
November 7, 1967 - November 21, 2021
Adam Torres, 54, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday, November 21, 2021, in Bryan. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm. Saturday, November 27, 2021, with his Life Celebration Service at 2:30 pm, Sunday, November 28, 2021, both at the funeral center. The family request that all guests wear a face mask or facial covering while in attendance for services. Interment will follow in Bryan City Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway – Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.
Adam was born on November 7, 1967, in Calvert to Esiquel and Delores Torres Luna. He was a talented young man developing his interest in auto body painting. Adam was truly a man with technology savvy who could build and fix most electronic devices. He enjoyed creating software for his computers and being on a developing team for his employer. He loved both his immediate family and church family where he served as a sound technician at Sanctuary of Praise for several years. His most festive and favorite time of year was Thanksgiving since his birthday fell in the month of November. Adam was a big fan of fishing and relaxing at the lake with his nieces, their husbands and his two great nieces. He always encouraged the family to live life to the fullest. He relished enchiladas by his niece Amanda, Menudo, Strawberry cheesecake by his niece Jessica, and absolutely loved Sophia's tortillas. He said they reminded him of his mom's tortillas, soft for days. He spent many hours reading his Bible as a way of life. Adam loved sharing his faith as a Sunday School Teacher, friend, and uncle/popo throughout the years. His joy came from being bossed around by his four-year old great niece, Serena. Our heartbeat of the family now comes to rest, but we are blessed in the assurance of his life he is now walking in the promise land with our family members and friends who have gone before us. We will miss him yes but are comforted by the faith he shared with us all.
His parents, Esiquel and Delores; his infant sister, Elaine Luna; his brother John Luna; his sister-in-law Deborah Luna; and his niece Jennifer Luna Keith; and with other relatives all precede Adam in death.
He is survived by his nieces, Jessica and husband Guillermo Gamboa, Leticia Luna, Amanda and husband Marce Martinez, Elaine and husband Robert Contreras; his great nieces Sophia and Serena Martinez; great nephew, Louis Gamboa; other family and close friends.
To Adam's work family at Demontrond Collision Center, we thank you for your friendship to Adam as you all meant the world to him.
Express condolences at Callawayjones.com
Published by The Bryan-College Station Eagle on Nov. 26, 2021.