In memory of
Torry Adamski
In memory of
Torry Adamski
Adamski, Torry Age 48, passed away unexpectedly at home on Friday, July 24, 2020. He was born on December 30, 1971 in Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan to Anthony and Sue (Torrey) Adamski. Torry graduated from Lincoln High School in 1988, attended MSU and graduated in 1994 from WCC in criminal justice. He was currently employed with Woodland Correctional Center in Whitmore Lake, MI as a correctional officer. Torry respected his job and he was respected in turn. He liked reading historical biographies, self-help books, watching movies, going to the gym, was an ACE puzzle solver and cherished his family. Jokingly, he would "troll his sister, spent a lot of time texting, reminisced about growing up on the childhood farm in Kansas and dreamed of owning a house on a lake and moving back to Kansas after he retired. He cherished his family, was a loving brother and a devoted son who made it a point to keep an "eye' on his folks. Loved to shoot his sister in the rear with Ethan's nerf gun when at family gatherings. He is survived by his parents Tony and Sue Adamski, a sister Kristin (Randy) and a nephew Ethan Wood. An outdoor visitation with social distancing will be held at Ochalek-Stark Funeral Home, Milan on Tuesday, July 28th from 5-8pm. An open-air funeral/graveside service will be held 11:00am Thursday July 30th. at Marble Park Cemetery, Milan. Those desiring may make contributions to Stony Creek United Methodist.
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In memory of
Torry Adamski
Adamski, Torry Age 48, passed away unexpectedly at home on Friday, July 24, 2020. He was born on December 30, 1971 in Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan to Anthony and Sue (Torrey) Adamski. Torry graduated from Lincoln High School in 1988, attended MSU and graduated in 1994 from WCC in criminal justice. He was currently employed with Woodland Correctional Center in Whitmore Lake, MI as a correctional officer. Torry respected his job and he was respected in turn. He liked reading historical biographies, self-help books, watching movies, going to the gym, was an ACE puzzle solver and cherished his family. Jokingly, he would "troll his sister, spent a lot of time texting, reminisced about growing up on the childhood farm in Kansas and dreamed of owning a house on a lake and moving back to Kansas after he retired. He cherished his family, was a loving brother and a devoted son who made it a point to keep an "eye' on his folks. Loved to shoot his sister in the rear with Ethan's nerf gun when at family gatherings. He is survived by his parents Tony and Sue Adamski, a sister Kristin (Randy) and a nephew Ethan Wood. An outdoor visitation with social distancing will be held at Ochalek-Stark Funeral Home, Milan on Tuesday, July 28th from 5-8pm. An open-air funeral/graveside service will be held 11:00am Thursday July 30th. at Marble Park Cemetery, Milan. Those desiring may make contributions to Stony Creek United Methodist.
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218 E. MAIN ST.
Milan, MI 48160
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