WAUKESHA

Adam J. Celmer

Aug. 22, 1981 - Dec. 17, 2005

Adam J. Celmer was welcomed into Gods kingdom Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005. Adam was surrounded by many of those who loved him so in his final days. He will now be reunited with his grandmother, Ardith (Pat); grandfather, Stanley Sr.; and his two cousins, Scott and Kristan.

Adam was born in Waukesha and lived in Mukwonago and Waukesha all of his life. Adams passion was playing sports. He was an excellent athlete, especially excelling in baseball, leading many teams to championships with his hard left-handed fastball. He also loved basketball, football, hunting and skydiving.

Adam had a great personality and a tender heart. He had a great love for people and was loved back by so many. He was especially fond of and related to children. He also loved pets and animals. Adam always tried to be optimistic and positive, looking at the bright side and foregoing criticism.

Adam is survived by his mother, Nancy Fandrick; his father, Roger Celmer; his half-brother, Chad Stueber of Dallas; his stepmother, Dee Dee Feight; fiancee, Maria Jackie Lazcano and her two children, Alexis and Catalina; other dear aunts, uncles and cousins.

Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. until the 7 p.m. funeral service Thursday, Dec. 22, at Church and Chapel Funeral Home, 380 Bluemound Road, Waukesha (four blocks south of Interstate 94, at the intersection of highways J and JJ).

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the place of worship Adam discovered and adored, The New Beginnings Church, c/o Pastor Jerome Spencer, 2020 Oaklawn Ave., Waukesha, WI 53188, are suggested.

The family wishes to express special thanks to the doctors and nurses in the intensive care unit at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.

Church and Chapel Funeral Home is serving the family. For more information, call 549-0659 or visit www.churchandchapel.com to view the online obituary, leave condolences or receive directions.

I am home in heaven, dear ones,

All the pain, regrets and sorrow are over,

I am now at peace forever,

So you must not grieve so sorely,

For I love you dearly still.

Try to look beyond earth's shadows

Pray to trust our Father's will

For I am in the hand of our Lord.