Adam Markis Stuart

1993 ~ 2016

Adam Markis Stuart was born July 2nd 1993 to Dean and Rebecca Stuart in Provo, Utah. He died at the age of 22 January 7th, 2016. He is survived by his parents, twin brother Alex, Sisters, Madeline Abigail, Amelia and Ashley, Step-Brother Braden, Step-Sister Brittney and Step-mother Laurie.

Adam was a true boyscout, he always had a desire to be of service. He played instruments and loved all genres of music and his favorite dessert was cheesecake. Adam was a person of integrity, had a great sense of humor and loved giving hugs. His goal was to finish college and wanted to get into graphics and gaming but then he said "what I really want to do is get into psychology and figure out how to help people" he was also interested in forensics. Right before he got sick, he was a security guard at Trolley Square and Ebay. He graduated from Bingham High School in 2011 with honors and already had college credit. Even during his illness he was working diligently to obtain his college degree.

What we mourn is the loss of the most beautiful human being, inside and out. We have had the blessing and gift to be a part of his life for 22 years and thank those who have touched him along the way. He always saw the best in people and always showed kindness to everyone.

Adam and his siblings identified themselves as the "A-team" since they all had a name with the letter "A". The nicknames were "A-1", "A2", "A3", "A4" and "A5" to tell them apart. It's not a coincidence that he was A-1.

He loved his family. Family gatherings were something that brought him a lot of joy and something he desired to have one day. The family wants to thank the friends and family who were directly influential in his upbringing.

Funeral services will be held Monday, January 11, 2016 at noon for all interested family and friends at the Larkin Mortuary 3688 W 12600 S Riverton. A visitation will be held Sunday, from 6-8 PM and again on Monday from 10:30-11:30 prior to the service. Burial service will be held immediately afterwards at Herriman City Cemetery.