Adam Erol Guerbuez

  • Born: December 19, 1975
  • Died: October 12, 2019
  • Location: Longueuil, QUEBEC, Canada

Tribute & Message From The Family

In loving memory of Adam

Message From The Family

We hope that you will join us in enhancing this eternal tribute to Adam Erol Guerbuez with some of the memories you hold dearest to your heart.

"The most wasted of all days is one without laughter. He wasted no days." E. E. Cummings

Adam will always be remembered by those whose lives he touched in ways that could never really be expressed in simple words. He was a kind, sensitive and truly generous human being that only a handful of people were fortunate enough to have known intimately. We will always be grateful for the time, even though short, that we had with him and to have felt his love. He is finally at peace with the world now.

We miss you and we love you, forever big guy.

Condolence & Memory Journal

My condolences. I'll miss our time.

Posted by Anastasia Glezakos - Gatineau - Friend   September 29, 2021

Adam, I didn't know you for long or very well but I was struck by your warmth, humour and generosity to your family and friends. I wish that that I had gotten to know you better as a friend.

Posted by Rick Duranceau - St-Lambert, Qc - Friend   October 12, 2020

Hi Adam. We miss you; especially the way you made us all laugh. Ever since you were a baby you were always trying to make us laugh. xoxo

Posted by Johanne Deschamps - Montreal - Family   October 12, 2020

Oh Adam, wishing you were around with your ridiculous humor during these hard times. I miss you so much, but I know you're very happy with Sally, Grandma & Grandpa right now. Love you always, your niece.

Posted by Roxanne Bougie - Chambly - Family   October 11, 2020


Thinking of you on this day of thanks, Adam. It's been one year since you left us, and I miss you terribly. You are at peace with the world now, I know. Love forever...your big sister.

Posted by Valentina Guerbuez - CA-QC - Sister   October 11, 2020


The memories Adam left I know were wonderfully kind ones. His care for his family was instant and deep, often going to great lengths to comfort a loved one. All the stories I heard were good, and well thumbed as it were, often thought of and cherished. The one time I met him I couldn't but remark on the deep but quiet kindness that shone right from his heart. All my empathies for his loss no matter how long it has been. May the good memories be remembered often as I'm sure he would want them to be.

Posted by Dee Gough - Canada - Family Friend   October 11, 2020

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