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Adam C. Stuckey

February 19, 1981 — March 30, 2024

Oceanside, CA

Adam Charles Stuckey, 43, of Oceanside, CA, formerly of Bloomington IL, died Saturday March 30th following an illness.  

 Born in Effingham IL, beloved son of Charles and Gerilyn (Bergfeld) Stuckey of Sorrento FL and Teutopolis IL  

In addition to his parents, Adam is survived by his cherished sister, Heidi (Stuckey) Etre, her husband Trae and their children Sophie and Ryan of Fairfield CT, brother, Neil Stuckey of Bloomington IL and loving girlfriend Elena DeFrancesco also of Oceanside CA.  He will forever be remembered by special friends Bryan Nussbaum, Todd Smedley, Fio and Brian Borkert, Romina Rossel and Jen Siebert.

Adam attended public schools in Trenton IL and Normal IL and graduated from Normal West High School Class of 1999.

Adam worked for State Farm Insurance Company while living in Bloomington IL.  After moving to the San Diego area, he worked for many years in the medical supplies field with Veteran Hospitals.

Adam was a unique and beautiful soul.  Some of his biggest passions were stand-up comedy, listening to music and going to concerts, collecting art and attending Comic-con in San Diego every year.   He was a big fan of all sports but had a special place in his heart for the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Bears.   He was an animal lover who especially enjoyed taking his very spoiled dog Sammy to the beach, snuggling on the couch with his sweetheart dog Luna and volunteering at a local animal shelter.   One of the things he always said he was most proud of was being an uncle to his niece Sophie and nephew Ryan.   Adam knew how to live life to the fullest.  If there was an adventure to be had he would not walk but run to it, especially if it was off the beaten path.  A few of the more memorable adventures he loved to tell family and friends about were a life changing trip to Peru, placing first in the San Diego County fair demolition derby and talking his way backstage on numerous occasions to hang out with many of the comedians and musicians that he admired.  His quick wit and legendary sense of humor will never be forgotten, including his ability to create a one-of-a-kind hilarious Halloween costume each year.  He never knew a stranger, made his friends his extended family and was always ready to lend them a helping hand.  He leaves a giant hole in our hearts and will be greatly missed.  

There will be a celebration of life to be planned at a later date.   Condolences may be expressed with a donation in Adam’s memory to the American Liver Foundation

Callahan Fay & Caswell Life Celebration Home, 61 Myrtle St., Worcester are honored to be assisting the Stuckey Family during this difficult time.   


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