Adam Spencer Levin (LPC), 53, Jonesborough, passed away Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at his residence.
He was born in Philadelphia, PA, son of the late Fredrick and Heloina Castro Levin.
Adam was a Licensed Counselor and Psychotherapist
Adam was a unique and kind soul who touched so many lives during his adventures, whether across the country, across the globe, or just around the corner. His spirit will be missed.
He is survived by his sister, Carole Levin of Philadelphia, PA; stepson, Ryan Strozier and granddaughter, Riley Strozier of Greeneville; niece, Raelin Kuhn of Hollywood, FL; his adopted family, Bud Kuhn, Penny Kuhn, Tina Kuhn, and John Strozier; and his many friends, colleagues, and patients who all loved him.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|I wanted to send my prayers to Adams family an friends,Adam an
I where friends, but had lost contact in the past few months.
Needless to say I am heart broken to hear Adam is no longer
here with us,but as he an I had said before he will always live on
in the universe an" in my heart. "
Adam im sure you and Maggie May are snuggling on the sofa
|I met Adam only a few months before his
passing, i had no idea of his health
issues and was in complete shock today
when i learned of his passing. Adam was
one of the nicest guys that i have ever
met although i didn't really know him as
much as i would have wanted to and we were
both from Philadelphia, Pa which i found
really cool and that lead to a few
conversations that we had got to have. I
am still in shock of his untimely death
but i do know that heaven is alot brighter
with him as sad as it is for those that
have to face the reality of his passing. I
will be making many donations in Adams
memory for the animals the way he would
have wanted it and my deepest sympathy
goes out to his family and friends. God
bless you Adam and thank you for being
you. You will be missed. God bless you and
|Moved to a place of non-movement,
Bound to a place sans limits.
Kamsahamnida & Shalom & many tears,
|While words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, we
look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy
of having our heavenly Father return your dear one to you.
May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in
the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him
and bring him back again. (John 5:28, 29)
It’s so hard to know what to say at a time like this. However, I
am so glad we reconnected again this past year, after working
together for many years.
We laughed so much over trivial things, I’m sorry my friend, for
not keeping in touch these past few months.
I’m thinking of your girls...♥️|
||Appalachian Counseling Centers Management and Staff
|Adam, thank you for having been part of our
family. You were an effective counselor and
therapist to our clients at ACC, you are missed.
We will remember your kind and humble nature,
you ability to heal the weary and guide those
who are lost. Many of us feel your absence.
Our deepest sympathy to Adam's family and
friends. He was one of our originators that
helped us reach an extra mile.
"One of the deep secrets in life is that all
that is really worth doing is what we do for
others." -Lewis Caroll
|Adam, thank you for the many conversations, the laughs, your pictures of mansions in San Francisco that you planned to purchase some day, our love of dogs, especially "the girls". May you rest in peace my friend.|
|I'm so sorry to hear of your passing, Adam.
I don't trust easily. I trusted you. You
were the best therapist I ever had. You gave
ne the strength to go into the Johnson City
Medical Center and tell Human Resources my
story after three long years. It was one of
the hardest things I've ever done, and
without your help and encouragement, I could
never have done it. You were one of the most
konf anf compassion people I've ever known.
The world is a little less bright without
you in it. |
|I am so sorry to hear of Adam's passing . I worked with Adam
in outpatient services . He was a kind and compassionate
therapist. Praying for comfort for family and friends during this
time . |
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