Link to the Service: https://youtu.be/WDf2CF_4VO8
Adam Boone Williams was born June 11, 2002 in Mesa, Arizona, the son of Lisa Ulness and Jeffrey Williams. He died Sunday, December 19, 2021 at the age of 19.
Adam has spent his life in the Mesa area and graduated from Gilbert High School in 2020. He had plans to attend Chandler Gilbert Community College in the spring.
He was an accomplished swimmer, bringing home many trophies and blue ribbons. He enjoyed playing basketball through his school years and a pick-up game with friends at a moment’s notice. He enjoyed working on cars, building Legos, hiking, working out, customizing sneakers and music. He was a beautiful singer and recently discovered a gift in playing the acoustic guitar. He especially loved his team, the Phoenix Suns and hanging with his friends.
He is survived by his parents Lisa Ulness and Jeffrey Williams; grandparents Frank and Marge Guzik, and Jacqui Williams; uncles Barney Williams, Frank Guzik Jr., and Mark Guzik; aunt Tracy Geary and many other family members in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Mervin and Ruth Ulness and Donald Williams; uncles Wayne Ulness, Gregory Ulness, and Adam “Scotty” Williams.
The family is collecting memories of Adam. Please bring a written memory with you to the service or there will be an opportunity to write one before or after the service.
Thinking of you at this difficult time. We have been remembering Adam from when you came to Wisconsin to visit. He was a fun loving young man and enjoyed talking about your dogs. We love you. Please take care.
Adam will be forever missed. Adam had this twinkle in his eyes which made him so approachable and lovable. I will never lose the image of his smile and the twinkle in his . He loved you so much and you loved him so much. My heart hurts for your heart. Anthony and I will see you on Thursday and do what we can to support you always and forever. We love you Lisa.
What can someone say at the loss of a child. It has to be the ultimate pain. My heart goes out to the Williams and Ulness family as I am deeply saddened and sorry for your loss.
I can’t imagine the loss of a child. Thinking of you, Lisa, and your entire family. My heart grieves for you.
Adam was an incredible young man. He was a gift to this world. Lisa – Adam truly had the best mother this world could offer. (And I think he knew that. He was proud of you like you were proud of him. I’ve never known a teenager to be so proud to walk around publicly with an arm wrapped around his mother like he would do with you) We will find ways to honor him.
I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot even imagine. I have not had the opportunity to meet your son, however; he sounded like an incredible, loving young man with many talents and hope for the future. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Adam was a special boy since the day I met him. I have never seen such a great love between a son and his Mom! I know he was your world Lisa and I am so very sorry! I am sending love, hugs and prayers to you and your entire family, Adam’s friends and all those who had the honor to know Adam and be a part of his life. God bless!
My sincerest condolences go out to you and your entire family. I wish you and your family love, peace and many loving memories of your son during this difficult time. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
I remember Adam as such a sweet little boy and then following his accomplishments through Lisa.’s posting. Lisa, my heart and Sam’s breaks for you; we cannot imagine the pain and disbelief you are experiencing.
There are no words that can explain the sorrow and pain we feel for your loss of your beautiful son, Adam. All our love and prayers to your family and Adam’s friends. We will forever have Adam in our hearts. Love, Sandi and Pete Ryan
May our Lord bring you comfort during this unimaginable sorrow. Fred and I are praying for you. Isaiah 58:9 Then you will call, and the Lord will answer; you will cry for help, and he will say: Here am I.
There are no words that can explain the sorrow and pain we feel for the loss of Adam.
All our love and prayers. We will forever have Adam in our hearts.
I am deeply saddened to hear about the loss of your son. I pray the love from family and friends comfort your family during this difficult time.
Dearest Lisa . . . Words cannot express the anguish, the helplessness . . . of trying to grasp the enormity of this loss. I am so, so sorry.
Lisa, I am so very sorry for your loss. I can’t even imagine losing a child. My heart breaks for you and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sending hugs to you.
For years I heard of your beautiful, talented, big-hearted son and what joy he brought to your life. The loss of his presence is a pain I can’t begin to understand. While he was here on earth, he was blessed with the most beautiful family and a mother who would go to the ends of the earth for him. I’m thinking of you and sending you love and healing. May his memory be a blessing.
I didn’t know Adam but feel I did through your loving posts. I felt your love for him any time you mentioned his name. My heart breaks and aches for you and I am praying for God to give you strength and peace. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts.
With hugs, love and my sincere deepest condolences to you and your entire family.
Adam was blessed to have you as his mom. My heart feels so heavy. Words cannot begin to express how sad we are for you. We are here for you. Joette and Arlene
The enormity of your loss is staggering, and I wish all of God’s love and healing peace to be upon you. I know Adam meant everything to you. I pray you feel his spiritual presence and love around you always. I too, am always here for you. I’m so very sorry.
Dearest friend, I am so saddened to hear about Adam. I can’t imagine and am at a loss for words. I know he was such a special son. You and your family are in my prayers. May you feel God’s love, strength, comfort and peace.
My heart goes out to you. Know you are surrounded by love and prayers from the many lives you have touched over the years.
I didn’t meet Adam personally but i know how much you loved and adored him since he was a little boy. Seeing your posts of him grow up into a beautiful young man was wonderful to see. We are lifting you up and your family in prayer with love and healing.
Lisa, I don’t even have words. Please know that we have been thinking about and praying for you and that we will continue to do so. Please let us know how we can support you during this time.
Lisa, I’m so sorry for your loss. We can only imagine your grief, which I know you said has been almost unbearable. Your family and friends love you and will do all that we can to share your burden. And Brooke and I are praying that by God’s grace…and with time, you’ll find that God can carry your burden completely, comfort you, give you hope and strengthen your heart to persevere, when you need it most in the days ahead. (Psalm 34:4-7, 18; Isaiah 40:28-31; 2 Corinthians 1:3-5)
I’m so happy to have the memory of Adam when you came to visit a few years ago. He was such a nice young man and remember how he played with my dog Taylor? We laughed at the both of them. Please accept my sincerest sympathy and know that I am here should you ever want to talk.
My heart ❤️ is with you and your family at this time. There are no words that I can find to bring you comfort right now. Just know the sharp sting of pain will lessen over time as you focus on the good times with your beautiful boy. He is an amazing young man and will be loved by our family always. We will be here for whatever you need from us at anytime. 😘🙏🏽🙏🏽
From the moment I met Adam to the day we lost him, he was always the same amazing, kind-hearted young man. He was always positive and truly one of the nicest people I have met. I enjoyed working with him and getting to know him better than ever. He is always laughing and enjoying his life. He helped clean my shoes and I enjoyed some friendly competition in basketball with him. He will forever be in my heart.
Dear Lisa: You are one of the most courageous people I have ever met. My memory of Adam will always be the absolutely beautiful little boy I met when we had lunch. He was exceptional, as was the love shared by you both. Please know that I am here. If you need someone to just sit with you, please let me know… any time, no matter when or where. All my prayers for you both.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. I can still remember how you would share his accomplishments with us. Please know that you are in my prayers. Sending you lots of love and peace.