Adam A. Bianchini

June 6, 1962August 15, 2020

On Saturday August 15, 2020, Adam Bianchini, loving husband and father, passed away at the age of 58, following a long battle with COVID-19 pneumonia. Adam was born on June 6, 1962 in Rhode Island, to Andrew and Irene Bianchini.

He attended Brown University and Jefferson Medical School to achieve his medical degree.

Adam was passionate about his faith, family, and his pursuit to bring the message of hope and healing to those suffering from addiction. He was a highly respected physician and was a nationally renowned speaker at medical, business and Christian conferences. Best known for his devotion to God and his family and worked tirelessly to help others. He was lovingly known as “Dr.B” for his unique personality, powerful mastery of speaking and his big heart for the hurting.

Adam was preceded in death by his father, Andrew.

He is survived by his mother, Irene; his wife, Jenell; his sons, Larry Heine/wife Terisa and their children Tori and Logan, Kyle Heine/wife Pauline and their children Paris and Kane, and Nicholas Bianchini; his brother, Alan Bianchini/wife Kathy and several nieces and nephews.

A private graveside ceremony will be held for the immediate family and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date to allow friends and family to gather and remember the impact he made on all of our lives. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to a church or charity of your choice.


  • Services are private. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.


Adam A. Bianchini

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Neil Stockli

May 9, 2021

He always would tell me come to my class .It's the money class .so very true ...I miss him and I was planning to come visit him. But I have memories I'll hold on to and encourage others .I know that's what he would want .

Marcus Davis

April 6, 2021

He showed me the way and promised to be my "new" dad. I failed him but he never failed me. RIP Dad.

Tammi Rosales

January 31, 2021

When i met Dr.B i came home and told my sister she had to go to TTC because they had a Dr.there who i believe was annointed. Such a kind man. What a loss for this world.

David Naylor

November 8, 2020

Many great days in childhood.
Both in recreation basketball and school basketball.
If the 3pointer were in play. We would win every game with Adam's deep coner shot.
May the Lord give you peace my friend.
Dave Naylor

Edward Brothers

August 23, 2020

Ther is to many memories to mention we grew up toghter like a brother fro. Another mother RIP adam help the lord protect your love ones god bless

Linda Morris

August 22, 2020

Dr B was a man who exemplified that of a Christian foremost, and one who made a difference in my life and the lives of so many others. He was my boss and he made every day brighter. I will remember him as a man of laughter, happiness, passion and commitment to addiction and one who made a positive difference in all he knew. I will miss you. Rest In Peace, Dr B.

Debbie Speanburg

August 22, 2020

Words cannot describe the sadness I feel with the passing of Dr B. He was not only my boss he was my friend , my teacher , my afternoon chat friend...... we had many talks about his faith which I so admired , his love of God and his calling to help those suffering with addiction. There wasn’t a day that went by that he was not trying to help someone , counsel someone or just be there to listen. You will be so missed ...... RIP Dr B 😢💕🙏🙏🙏🙏

Raju Mangrola

August 22, 2020

As we Belovedly called him Dr B , he was very popular in.the medical and addiction community . He had an enduring passion to help
Patients with addiction and other health issues .
He had a towering personality and his presence was felt very positively . I had the honor to work with him side by side at Origins for over 2 years .Learned a great deal from him . Always Showed
Immense humility and tremendous faith in what he did . He will be looking from heaven and making sure we do the next right thing .God bless his family and have the strength and courage to deal with in this difficult times .Our prayers are with you always .

Dorothy Loucks

August 21, 2020

I never met you Dr. B, but I know you were a wonderful husband to my dear friend Jenell. May you rest in peace as you walk on the streets of gold and may God bless and comfort your precious family.

Matthew Clark

August 21, 2020

I am so thankful that I got the opportunity to meet Dr. B when I got sober in 2010. He was always at the good guys meeting speaking truth like I had never heard before. So many people are a part of his testimony! His life truly touched the lives of thousands. He will be greatly missed.