Adam Charles Oldham

1988 ~ 2021

Adam Charles Oldham passed away early Wednesday morning in his sleep after a long stay in the Hospital. Adam was born on October 25th, 1988, to a very loving Mother, and Twin Brother.

Adam was always extremely outgoing; he always became the heart of the room wherever he went. Adam was loved dearly by his many friends and family. He was always ready to give a giant bear hug to anyone who needed it. We will miss his quick smile, Sparkling eyes, and great sense of humor. Uncle Adam adored being his nephew Declan’s favorite uncle. All children seemed to love Adam.

Adam is survived by His Mother, Crystal Erin Yengich, Twin Brother Nicholas (Li), beloved nephew, Declan, Stepfather, Rod, Stepbrother, Kris, Grandfather, Don Moehring. And MANY friends and extended family members.

Adam's celebration of life will take place on Saturday, November 27th, 2021, from 1 PM - 5 PM at The Deseret Star playhouse Banquet Hall, 4861 S State St, Murray, UT 84107


Guestbook/Condolences

He was a great friend and always loved to talk ! He was a great best friend ! You are missed ! Sorry for your family’s loss !


- Amy Watson terkelson

I will always remember "Uncle Adam" as the first friend who held my youngest son after he was born, and one of the first people to be there for his father and I when that same son passed, I will remember him as the man who nicknamed my older son Gabe "Google," and I will remember his smile infecting my life. I will remember him being a cheerleader when I was down and a shoulder when I was weak. I will remember his imperfections and mistakes, and I will never forget the power and strength he showed as all as he overcame his demons and showed the world that he was (and that we could all be) stronger and better than our weaknesses if we were just brave enough to try. Adam was brave and strong and he shared those qualities with anyone who came near him, and I will always be just a bit braver and stronger in my life because he was a part of it.


- Alicia Branley

When i first met Adam, he scared me. He was such a big personality with such a warm smile. As we started to talk, i felt like i found a piece of my soul in him and we were friend ever since. I’ll never forgot all the late nights talks and the same hugs.

i miss you big brother.


- Shamra