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Service

A private family celebration of life will take place in Sarnia.

Donations

For those wishing to contribute to Adam’s memory, the family asks that you consider donations to the Urban Haven Project (www.UrbanHavenProject.org)

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By mail, send your donation to Urban Haven Project, 424 Grey St, London, ON N6B 1H3

 

Adam McLean

Death Notice

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of Adam Tyler McLean, age 39, on April 20th, 2022.

Adam is survived by his three beloved children, Ayden, McKennah, and Ryleigh, who were the light of his life. He was the eldest son of Laura Sullivan (née McLean) of Sarnia, and Ron Rossiter of London. Along with his parents and children, Adam will be dearly missed by his maternal grandmother, Helen, his siblings Casey, Coalton, Reshay, and Charlene, and his niece, Lexi.

Adam walked a difficult path through life, yet he never failed to instill laughter or put a smile on the faces of everyone around him with his individual sense of humour. He was a generous, thoughtful and considerate friend to all, who would never hesitate to lend a helping hand.

As an avid fan of hockey and the Toronto Maple Leafs, his family share many fond memories watching games together and playing road hockey outside their home. And whether he was swimming, at the pond, kicking around the hacky sack, or just out for a stroll, Adam loved to explore the outdoors with his family. He also had an artistic side, with a great passion for music, reading and writing. But above all else, Adam’s greatest devotion was for his children, for whom he wished only the very best in life.

Adam’s kind, loving and gentle soul will never be forgotten, and he will live on in his family’s memory forever.

A private family celebration of life will take place in Sarnia. For those wishing to contribute to Adam’s memory, the family asks that you consider donations to the Urban Haven Project.

“If you’re lost, let the path you walk find you, stop searching.” - Hopsin