Adam J. Latimer, 25, of Beaver passed away Thursday, June 23, 2022 at his residence unexpectedly.
Born April 15, 1997 in Ellwood City, he was the son of Dustin J. and Jennifer A. (Seaburn) Latimer. Adam was a graduate of Riverside High School and Beaver County Community College. He worked at the Beaver County YMCA at the Member Services Desk. Adam loved taking long walks with his beloved guide dog, Qianna, as well as listening to all different kinds of music. He particularly liked the Beatles just like his pee paw and pop pop. He also enjoyed reading and learning about history. Adam was fearlessly independent with Kiki beside him and will be affectionately remembered by his family as the “Elixer of Knowledge.” Let it be, Adam. Let it be. We will miss you.
Survivors include his parents, Dustin and Jennifer Latimer of New Brighton; grandparents, Viola Seaburn and Russ and Rosemary Latimer, all of Ellwood City; aunts and uncles, Melanie (Jason Skelley) Seaburn of Ellwood City, Desiree Seaburn of Ellwood City, Marjorie (Greg McWilliams) Seaburn of Boardman; and Sean (Crystal) Latimer of Ellwood City; six cousins; Austin and Sierra Strickler (who were more like his brother and sister), Alex Herrington, Noah Skelley, Nahla Latimer, and Charly Rose McWilliams (who he sent to provide us comfort).
He was met in heaven by his grandfather, Thomas R. Seaburn and great grandparents, Marjorie Paswell and William and Dawna Latimer who will watch over him for us. You’re not gone. Just away.
A public memorial service will be held at the First United Methodist Church, Ellwood City, on Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 6:00pm.
Memorial Contributions may be made in his name to The Seeing Eye in Morristown, New Jersey.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
I am so deeply saddened to hear of Adam’s passing. I’m a YMCA member and became friends with Adam through our daily interactions as I came and left the Y each day. What a great guy!!! He was always pleasant, kind, and interesting to talk with. He will be sorely missed by hundreds of people that frequent the Y. Please accept my condolences during this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace.
I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, and KiKi. May God wrap his loving arms around you and help you through your sorrow.
Our family has so many funny & happy memories of Adam. He was such a great person. He was Hannah’s best friend and frequented our home often. He loved our dogs and they all snuggled around him when he came over. I only have one of those 4 dogs left, I’m sure Adam is playing with the rest of them. I’m going to miss out beloved “Mr Latimer”. They don’t make very many like him , those kind are very valuable. I’m so glad he crossed our path and we’ll see him again in time. ? you, Adam
Praying for peace in this time of sorrow for you family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
The Latimer family,
My heart goes out to all of you during this time of sorrow. May the love of those around you, help you through the days ahead.
We know Adam through our visits to the YMCA and were welcomed with his Smile and friendly conversations. We are Florida residents, but stay in Beaver Valley for 3 months each summer. When we arrive here in the Valley each June, Adam always set us up for the summer pass. He took his time to go over every detail and told us how happy he was to have us back. We know he loved his job, it showed. He brought sunshine to everyone that passed through that YMCA entrance door. Our deepest sympathy to all family members.
We are deeply sorry to hear about your loss. Such a wonderful young man with so much to give to our world. Our deepest sympathy to your family and friends and all who loved Adam. May God heal your soul and lessen your grief. RIP Adam
We are sorry for your loss and will be praying for you during
this difficult time in your lives.
We are so sorry to hear about Adam. We are members of the Y and he was always so kind. He greeted us with a smile. He was one of the hardest workers there. I remember one day going in to sign up for a pass and he was working the desk alone, he was helping me, answering the phone, scanning passes, and opening the door! He never lost his cool or missed a beat. He made an impact on me and he will be missed.
I am so very sorry for your loss. I have been and will continue to have you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry to hear of Adam’s passing. We didn’t know him but from the loving and kind words it is obvious what a fine young man he was. He surely will be dearly missed but is fondly remembered by those who knew and loved him. We are friends of his grandpa Russ.