Adam Daniel Jolles
BERLIN — Adam Daniel Jolles died suddenly Jan. 29, 2016 at Atlantic General Hospital.
He was born April 29, 1981, in Washington, DC. He lived with his Aunt Brina in Ocean Pines. Adam always lit up a room and brought joy to all who knew him. He was a Special Olympics Athlete and was selected to participate in the first ever Special Olympics National Games in Ames, Iowa. He came home as a celebrity, interviewed by the local papers and proudly wearing his gold, silver and bronze medals for swimming events. He was also an avid bowler and enjoyed sailing. He loved to sing Beatles songs and could often be heard throughout the halls of the Worcester County Developmental Center where he worked.
He is survived by sister, Lauren; his guardian and beloved Aunt Brina; and his grandmother, Joan Savage Jolles, He will be dearly missed by his Uncles Steven (Bernadette),Brian (Lisa) and Joel (Kay); his eight cousins, Sara, Benjamin, Jeremy Matt, Phil, Jason, Jackie and Zachary; and his Special Olympics Family.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Joyce and Marty Jolles, and his grandfather, Mike Jolles.
Contributions in memory of Adam may be made to Lower Shore Special Olympics (www.somd.org; designate donation to Lower Shore) or Worcester County Developmental Center, 8545 Newark Road, Newark, Md. 21841
A Celebration of Adam’s Life will be held at a further date at the Worcester County Developmental Center.
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