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Beardsley-Mitchell Funeral Home

1818 Sunset Cliffs Blvd, San Diego, CA

OBITUARY

Adam Paul Mescher

February 8, 1992July 24, 2020

Adam Paul Mescher was born on February 8, 1992 and passed away on July 24, 2020 and is under the care of Beardsley-Mitchell Funeral Home.

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Bev Inman

August 3, 2020

The Mescher Family was an important part of our church here in Indiana ❤
We have missed each one of them....BUT always knew where to locate them.
Adam, we now know where to find you... at the feet of Jesus❣

Roger & Bev Inman

Patti Oliver

July 31, 2020

Adam and my son were friends. I had the opportunity to meet Adam when he came to our home a few times. We were also connected on social media and exchanged occasional conversations. Adam left a huge impression on me. He was always so respectful, polite and had a smile that would light up the room. Just a great young man who served his country and was kind to everyone. I am blessed for having known him and my heart hurts knowing he is gone. Both Adam and his family are in my thoughts and prayers. He will be missed... such a sweet soul.

Rachel Reff

July 31, 2020

I grew up with Adam and knew him early on because of our church. He was always one to laugh and joke around. He was rarely in a bad mood despite how some people treated him. It definitely hurt hearing this news. I hope he is able to play some online games up there and spend time with his dad. Prayers his family. You are all in my prayers, Adam will be missed so greatly. Especially his infectious smile.

Kevin Llangari

July 31, 2020

Adam, I'm grateful that we became friends so many years ago, having met online with our other Xbox friends. Reflecting on those early days, all I can do is laugh, remembering the countless times all of us spent roasting one another over everything.

When you came to visit us in New Jersey, we clicked immediately despite having never met before in person. Whether online or in person, you were the same; a kind-hearted, goofy and a genuinely good friend.

A memory I will always remember was our trip to NYC. You were amazed and we're smiling at everything. I had such a fun time exploring the city with you that day.

Adam, you will never be forgotten by any of us. Rest in peace friend and thank you so much for the memories and your friendship.

Sincerely,

Kevin X. Ll.

Zachary Oliver

July 31, 2020

Adam was a great friend.
13 years ago I met him on an online game called Halo 3 and had no idea the amazing friendship I would get from it, no one ever really does when you meet someone online. He always had a smile on his face and was cracking jokes. He knew how to lighten to the mood in the room and cheer you up. Once he left the Air Force and moved back to San Diego we got to hang out a lot and made great memories.
I’ll always cherish your friendship and thank you for your service.
Rest In Peace <3

Shirley Gruss

July 30, 2020

Adam was,a gentle soul. He had spark, enthusiasm and fantastic smile. I remember him once saying that he was going to be a preacher.
He served our country well in the United States Air Force.
He had the blessing of growing up in a Christian home. His parents never ceased to pray for him.
Adam will truly be missed here on earth, but I look forward to the day I meet him again in our Heavenly home.
Aim High!
Shirley Gruss

Brian Dooley

July 30, 2020

Sorry for your lost. He was a great friend and had an awesome sense of humor. Adam drove all the way to New Jersey to meet us. Rest In Peace my friend.

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