Adam E. Devlin

1971 ∼ 2019

Leslie Blackwell of Plymouth wrote:

I'm heart broken for your loss. He was much beloved,and my prayers are with his family.

Victoria Martin of Dennisport, MA wrote:

I’m so sorry for your loss. I worked with Sophia this year at Barnstable United Elementary and she is an amazing girl. Please accept my sympathies and I will be praying for you all at this difficult time.

Katie Mcalpine of Hyannis, Ma wrote:

I am deeply saddened by the loss of my good friend Adam. I met Adam by becoming a regular customer at his Opening shift at Panera. I looked forward to starting every morning by talking with Adam. Our daughter's are around the same age and we often shared stories and laughs about being a parent. It wasn't long till our relationship grew outside of Panera, and we spent alot of time chatting thru texting. Adam was always so kind, encouraging, supportive and positive with me. Adam had an amazing skill of being able to make the people around him feel important, special, loved and wanted. Some of the best compliments and positive self talk I have ever received came from Adam. He truly had a way of changing someone's day from just ok to awesome!Looking back, I wish I could have done more for my friend. I did realize a significant change with him leading up to his passing, however I thought it was because he was such an awesome and devoted father to Sophia, that he must have been missing her while she was away visiting family. Sophia meant so much to Adam, whenever he spoke of her, his face would light up with the biggest smile. I wish Adam was here with us right now continuing to make us smile and laugh just like he always did. I feel a deep sadness for Adam's daughter Sophia, his mother and his ex-wife and step daughter. Adam always spoke so highly of his family, I know how important they all were to him. If there is anything I can do to help with the family's loss, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will always keep the memories I have of Adam close to my heart. I will forever be missing my friend Adam Devlin.

Katie McAlpine of Hyannis, Ma wrote:

I am deeply saddened by the loss of my good friend Adam. I met Adam by becoming a regular customer at his Opening shift at Panera. I looked forward to starting every morning by talking with Adam. Our daughter's are around the same age and we often shared stories and laughs about being a parent. It wasn't long till our relationship grew outside of Panera, and we spent alot of time chatting thru texting. Adam was always so kind, encouraging, supportive and positive with me. Adam had an amazing skill of being able to make the people around him feel important, special, loved and wanted. Some of the best compliments and positive self talk I have ever received came from Adam. He truly had a way of changing someone's day from just ok to awesome!Looking back, I wish I could have done more for my friend. I did realize a significant change with him leading up to his passing, however I thought it was because he was such an awesome and devoted father to Sophia, that he must have been missing her while she was away visiting family. Sophia meant so much to Adam, whenever he spoke of her, his face would light up with the biggest smile. I wish Adam was here with us right now continuing to make us smile and laugh just like he always did. I feel a deep sadness for Adam's daughter Sophia, his mother and his ex-wife and step daughter. Adam always spoke so highly of his family, I know how important they all were to him. If there is anything I can do to help with the family's loss, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will always keep the memories I have of Adam close to my heart. I will forever be missing my friend Adam Devlin.