DiLuzio Foley And Fletcher Funeral Homes

33 Marlboro Street, Keene, NH


Adam M. Muchmore

August 8, 1984November 13, 2019

"Love the people God gave you because he will need them back one day."

Adam Michael Muchmore, 35 of Walpole, was called home to the Lord on November 13, 2019 due to injuries sustained from a vehicle accident.

Lisa (Punt) and Michael Muchmore welcomed their son into the world in Keene, NH on August 8, 1984.

Growing up, Adam attended Saint Joseph Regional School in Keene. He later attended Walpole Middle School and graduated from Fall Mountain Regional High School with the Class of 2003. Starting with Cub Scouts, Pack 16, Adam continued to Boy Scout Troop 306, and attained the rank of Life Scout. During his schooling, Adam was heavily involved in music and theater. He was a member of the Keene State College Youth Chorus, the Theater and Drama clubs, and the school choir and Madrigals. You could almost always find him listening to ’80s music. He had an incredible gift of doing impersonations and knowing how to make others laugh.

He had been a communicant of St. Bernard's Church in Keene where he had participated in Mass as an Altar Server.

Adam was a loyal and dedicated worker to several local businesses. He had a strong work ethic and, starting in eighth grade, he worked at Walpole's Crescent Farm. Most recently, in the warmer months he was employed by JC Tarmey of Walpole and in the colder months at Allen Brothers Oil of Westminster, VT. He was proud to have served his community as a volunteer firefighter in his hometown of Walpole from 2001-2015.

Any room was much more vibrant if Adam was present. He had a nickname for nearly everyone he knew. His infectious laugh and charming smile could put anyone at ease and made it seemingly easy for him to connect with everyone that crossed his path. Adam was the type that, even if he hadn't seen you for years, he could pick up right where you left off. He would always be willing to lend a hand to a friend or stranger in need.

Adam knew how to love and live. He filled his life with moments with his brother Matthew, watching ‘Friends’ with his sister Brooke, and catching up with friends over a cold beverage. From early on, Adam spent summers vacationing in Maine and continued the tradition with his daughter, Monica. Adam and his daughter spent every other weekend together adventuring and being with the family. He was an avid Patriots fan and had the pleasure of seeing the Patriots’ parade following Super Bowl victory with his daughter and family this past February. Adam had a love for grilling: on weekends he would often be cooking up something delicious to share. He enjoyed the outdoors and was always embarking on some adventure while being surrounded by nature. Boating, ice fishing, four wheeling, hunting, building bonfires, fishing, snowmobiling - he had something to do no matter the season.

Adam's world was centered around family and friends and he took the most pride in being a father. Adam will be forever in the heart of his daughter: Monica Jaycox of Hartland, VT. Adam leaves behind his parents: Lisa and Michael Muchmore of Walpole, NH; siblings: Matthew and Brooke Muchmore both of Walpole, NH; maternal Grandmother: Priscilla Punt of Walpole, NH; paternal grandmother: Priscilla Muchmore of Westmoreland, NH; Aunts and Uncles: Brian Punt and his wife Mary Lou of Highlands Ranch, CO, Jay Punt and his wife Joan of Walpole, NH, Cindy Roy of Keene, NH, Diane Proctor and her husband Jeff of Denham Spring, LA, and Tammy O'Donnell and her husband Joseph of Rindge, NH; cousins: Angela Gagnon and her husband Bob of Milford, NH, Jessie Punt of Highlands Ranch, CO, Tara Punt of Carlsbad, CA, Tyler Punt of Northglenn, CO, Kristi Punt of Highlands Ranch, CO, Tatiana Bruss and her husband Sheldon of Gilmanton, NH, Victor Punt of Worcester, MA, Michelle Roy of Keene, NH, Heather Amer and her husband Ryan of Swanzey, NH, Nicole Guetti and her husband Tom of Denham Spring, LA, Cory Proctor and his wife Ashley of Biloxi, MS, Kristie Johnson and her husband Mike of Keene, NH, and Brian O’Donnell and his wife Ainsley of Venice, FL; as well as countless friends and his beloved dog: Jaxon.

He is reunited in the loving hands of his heavenly sister: Valerie Muchmore (2005); maternal grandfather: Ernest Punt; and paternal grandfather: Gale Muchmore.

A private Mass of Christian burial will be held.

Please join family and friends for a Celebration of Life on Saturday, November 23 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. The gathering will be held at the Potato Barn at Bellows Walpole Inn, 297 Main Street, Walpole, NH.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to www.gofundme.com/f/in-memory-of-adam-muchmore, which will establish a trust account for Adam's daughter, Monica.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 23, 2019


Adam M. Muchmore

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Gladys Johnsen

December 9, 2019

I am devastated to hear that the Muchmore’s have lost another wonderful family member. I knew Adam as a young boy in our (then) Youth Chorus at KSC. He was a wonderful bright boy and a gifted singer. It was obvious even then that he would carry his artistic gifts throughout his life. I send my heartfelt condolences to Adam’s family and also feel some of your grief of Adam’s passing. May he Rest In Peace, along with his sister Valerie. Blessings to his family as they live their lives without Adam in their physical world.

Jean Balamuth

December 4, 2019

Adam bravely showed me (and I suspect many other people) how to follow my own true heart!
With incredible strength, he did the hardest things in life with gusto.
Caring not for the voices of others, he DID what he knew was right. For himself and for others out of pure love.

War Damn Eagle you were born to fly!

lynn Clatworthy

November 23, 2019

We send our love and support in this difficult time.

Ray and Dot Jobin

November 20, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Our hearts were broken to hear of your loss. We remember Valerie and Adams wonderful personality and smiles. May God bring your family peace.

Ray and Dot Jobin