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In lieu of flowers, contributions made be made to Two Spirit Health Services, Inc. http://twospirithealth.org/about/ in memory of Adi.



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How do you find the words to sum up the life of someone whose light and love was so strong. Adi was loved and remembered by everyone he ever came in contact with. He was the type of person we all strive to be, living his life to the fullest, showing true love and respect for everyone around him. He would do whatever he had to do to help someone or make them laugh. It wasn’t abnormal for him to drop everything to help someone that needed him. He inspired anyone around him to try to make things better, even if that meant him having to push them to see his point of view. Adi loved his family and friends always thinking of others before himself. There are so many beautiful memories of him spending time with his family and friends. He spent so much loving time with his brother, his goddaughter, and his partner’s nieces and nephews. Whether he was riding around on a jet ski with his brother, sharing breakfast with his goddaughter and mini mouse or marching around the house putting on an impromptu parade with his partner’s nieces, he always made them all laugh and smile. He did the same with his friends, always taking time out with them to enjoy life. He was so proud of his Bosnian culture. He exposed so many friends to the music and food that he loved. Adi’s warm and loving personality was infectious; you couldn’t help but to be drawn to him. Adi was always the life of any party, dancing around laughing and smiling. He loved Orlando especially hanging out and walking around Lake Eola with our big horse of a dog. He always stopped to take time to talk with anyone who wanted to pet her. They were a social match made in heaven. He grew his greatest strength after the Pulse tragedy, taking time out of his busy schedule of work to go to Pulse and hand out signs to raise money for a charity he loved and believed in so much. Not only was he able to touch the lives of the people he met there, but it helped him grow into even more of an advocate to try to change people’s perspectives about life and love.



This act was another example of true love he had in his heart. His passing has left everyone broken hearted, it’s like part of us is gone. Adi, you may be gone, but you live on in the hearts of all the people you’ve touched forever! Rest in Peace you amazing man!