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Adam Paul Gylling

 

Last updated 1/24/2018 at 3:09pm

Our beloved son Adam Paul Gylling died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep at his home on December 14, 2017. He was born near Long Beach, California on April 11, 1977, our first son joining two sisters and followed by his brother.

Adam attended Fallbrook schools and later worked in the pest control industry until he started his own pest control service. Three years ago, he took a job with the California Prison System in pest management where he traveled to prison facilities and oversaw the work release program for inmate training in pest control.

He is survived by his parents, Terry and Susan Gylling; sisters Brynn Davies and Mindi Durst, his brother Brett Gylling and their families, including five nieces and four nephews. He is also survived by his grandmother Myrene White; his aunt Shelley Holladay, and his cousins, Megan Disanza, Scott Holladay, and Alex Holladay, and their families.

Adam was a gentle soul. Lion hearted. Deeply loved by his family and friends. He would give you the shirt off his back. His last day at work he helped serve his co-workers at the prison's holiday potluck. He had a disabled neighbor who loved baseball, so Adam bought a mitt and ball for him, installed a pitching mound in his own backyard and would play catch with him after work.

His nieces and nephews will always remember him as their fun, adventurous, loyal and loving Uncle. He joins his Uncle Richard (Rick) Holladay and Papa White in Heaven.

Adam, we will see you on the other side of the stars! xoxo Mom and Dad

 

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