Adam T. Martin went to be with the Lord on June 19, 2019.  He was born on March 3, 1983 in Binghamton, New York. 

He is survived by his parents, Rick and Ruby Martin of New York; his son, Adison Martin of Colorado; brother and sister in law, Bill and Bertney Martin of Washington; sister and brother in law, Lisa and Alex Aloise of Virginia; four nieces: Aubrey, Nevele, Holly, and Willow; his fiancé, Breann Adamson of Colorado and her three children; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. 

He was a graduate of the Arizona Automotive Institute, Glendale, Arizona and was a gifted and passionate automobile mechanic in the Monument, Colorado area. He also enjoyed tinkering with mechanical things and building a better “mousetrap”. He loved working on cars, cooking, spending time with his family, rock climbing in his jeep, and four wheeling. But his favorite pastime was spending time with his son fishing and playing ball. 

Adam was a self-proclaimed Red Neck and was proud of it. A fan of country and country rock music, he loved his country, its military, and his family. He will be sorely missed by all those who loved him.

A visitation will be held from 1-2 p.m. with the memorial service to follow at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at Celebration of Life Chapel, 5440 North Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs.

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  1. I am blessed with the memories of the good times we shared. Your smile, wonderfull laugh, and the twinkle in your eyes when you were pulling my leg. I will miss the hugs, hearing you say I love you and being able to reply that I love you too. I miss you Adam. I love you much more than I could ever express but I take comfort knowing that where you are now, you know that now.

  2. Adam you have given your love to others openly and unconditionally. You cared for and loved my daughter Breann and her children as your own. I will be forever grateful to you for the love, care, laughter, fun and memories you gave them and me. I love you Adam. We will keep you in our hearts forever and strive show Christ like love to others as you were such a wonderful example to us. I treasure my memories and time I had with you. Rednecks forever!

  3. The world lost a good friend this week. Adam your laughter and smiles I will never forget. You always knew how to brighten a room. We will miss you friend.

  4. Adam was a very honest, caring, and sincere individual. He was a family man. He took great honor in fixing peoples cars with a high level of integrity. He will be deeply missed by friend, family and coworkers.

  5. My Thoughts are with the family. I hope you can find comfort where I too have found in the past, 2 Cor. 1:4 “Who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trail with the comfort that we receive from God.”

  6. Adam truly brightened our lives. If it wasn’t his recounting of a funny life moment, it was his hilarious take on some current event or issue. That’s not to say we didn’t see his serious side too. We often got advice on our vehicles and discussed fishing, hunting, gardening, and nature. Combine that with his true warmth and love for family and friends and the world now has a very huge void. And Bob is so right…that twinkle he’d get in his eyes -nothing short of legendary. It breaks our hearts that we are now without him, but we take comfort in the fact that he’s now at peace. We love and miss you Adam!

  7. Thank you for coming into my sister’s life when you did. Anyone who loves and takes care of my family is loved by me. May you and all your loved ones find peace.

  8. I remember playing ball in the backyard at nana and buddies when you where just a little tyke. Then as you got older we would also talk cars and boy did you know your cars. You grew into a fine young man who gave of himself unconditionally for others. There is an empty feeling in many hearts due to your loss. But hopefully all can find solitude in knowing you are at peace and no longer in pain. Rest well

  9. Dear Rick, Ruby and Family, we can only imagine the hurt and emptiness that you all are dealing with as the result of the tragic loss of Adam. We are all feeling the sadness. Know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

  10. Adam and I crossed paths a couple of times. About 10 years ago we worked together and then for the last 2 years. I couldn’t believe he showed back up in Palmer Lake, of all places. Adam was always smiling and asking how everyone was doing. Adam was the uplift of our shop. Adam loved his family and was always making plans to do something with them. Going fishing with the kids, looking for new places to fish and playing in the yard with his children or 4 wheeling up in the mountains. He would let you know how good of a mechanic he was and he was the best mechanic around. He always wanted to be around others, doing something, riding go-carts, throwing a BBQ or just chit chatting. He was an excellent cook! This is so hard, I miss him so much! I will miss our conversations and your thoughts and smiles and the way you would crack me up! Rest in peace brother!

  11. My heart goes out to his family. Adam was such a nice guy in highschool. Facebook helped us reconnect in the world and he introduced me to new music, showcased love for his family & country and always had a strong opinion on things that he remained grounded on. I truly am saddened to hear of his passing and have my love, positive energy and prayers to give back to him today. May his soul rest in peace.

  12. Our memories of Adam will always be those of the little boy with a look of mischief in his eyes, and an ice cream cone in his hand. He grew to become a fine young man and father, and always kept that sense of boyhood and mischief…that, among many other fine qualities, is what made him so special.

  13. Dear Bill and the Martin Family:

    We just learned of your devastating loss. We are so very sorry. You know Bill that Shirley and I lost our oldest son Ryan nearly 6 years ago. We know how you and your family are feeling and our hearts are broken with yours. When you’re up to it – if and when you ever want to talk about Adam – we are here. God bless and comfort you at this most difficult time.

    Very Respectfully,
    Nick Miller & Family

  14. it’s been over a 2-3 months since I’ve learned he passed away I just learned I’m totally shocked Adam was a good man he was a good friend and good mechanic he always help me get my car fixed and didn’t charge me when you have to tell the mechanic said he had a good heart I’m just learning about this and I’m in shock my condolences go to his family and the rest of his friends

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