In memory of
Adam David Null
Adam David Null June 10, 1982 - Oct. 7, 2016 MISHAWAKA - Adam Null, 34 years old, passed away at Indiana University Hospital, October 7, 2016. Adam was born in Mishawaka on June 10, 1982, to David and Teresa Null. He was the oldest sibling to his brother, Kyle Null, and to his twin sisters, Alix Null and Kelsey (Matt) Hogan. Adam also had many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins who were an important part of his life. Adam was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Al and Violet Null, and by his maternal grandparents, Ava Hazelip and Namon White. Also, Cooper, the family dog. Adam was usually the smartest person in the room. He was a technology and Internet expert. He was amazing at mathematics. Adam seemed to have endless knowledge on so many topics. The internet made it possible for him to learn anything and everything. Adam started his first IT consulting company at the age of 14 years old when he created www.iwz.com during the Internet boom of the 90s. During that time, Adam found great success by working remotely for companies stationed near Silicon Valley in California. He relocated to California after graduating from Mishawaka High School in 2000. After his best friend and business associate tragically died, he found himself back in the Michiana region where he continued serving small businesses and the community at large with customized IT solutions, web design, and consulting. Adam loved to golf with his Dad, family and friends. He enjoyed boating and fishing. Adam was a Radiohead fan, science fiction lover, lovable bullhead, video game and movie enthusiast, and a BBQ connoisseur. He cared deeply for his family and showcased that love in the care and attention he took in cooking some of the most memorable family dinners. He never lost touch with his inner child and because of this Adam had an incredibly fun and ridiculous sense of humor. There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die. - Hunter S. Thompson Adam will always be loved and never forgotten. Adam will be greatly missed by all those who were blessed to have been part of his life. Family and friends may gather at Bubb Funeral Chapel, 3910 N. Main St. in Mishawaka, on Friday, October 21st, from 5:00 until 8:00 PM. A private service will be held at Fairview Cemetery at a later date. Condolences for the family may be left at bubbfuneralchapel.com . In lieu of flowers, nothing would make Adam happier than if you were to donate blood in his memory.
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