ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in loving memory of a son, brother, father, cousin, nephew, uncle, and beautiful friend, Bryce Adams - 40 years old , born on June 12, 1980 and passed away on July 24, 2020. Bryce left us way too soon and we will certainly remember him forever.  Life presented many challenges to Bryce, however few people were more approachable and easier to make friends with than he was.  Let's celebrate the joy of his life and share our memories.  God Bless you all and God Bless Bryce as he is making even more new friends in heaven.

To honor Bryce's memory, please consider donating your time, food or money to a food pantry. - SWEPS - The South Wood Emerging Food Pantry Shelf was in Bryce's neighborhood and has donation options listed on their website. Thank you.
Posted by Matt Hufnus on August 8, 2020
Really nice guy Bryce was. Knew him since grade school days.
Posted by Janet Eccles-Scheffel on August 3, 2020
I cannot express how sad I am that you are gone. I remember your entrance into this world and cradling you as an infant. Oh how you grew up to look so much like your uncle Bill. My heart goes out to your mother and father, but especially to your daughter. Rest in peace dear boy.
Posted by Adam Sajdowitz on August 1, 2020
I meet Bryce 19 years ago when he lived in Waukesha. I remember he wanted to shoot some pool at one of the local bars in town. I was 21 and he was 20 we both got a beer and he never got carded. The very last time I talked to him was about 2 weeks ago we were playing borderlands 3 on Xbox. I'll miss you Bryce you were a good friend to me. Rest in peace my friend
Posted by Tamara Marquez on July 31, 2020
Bryce loved “The Stinker” ( your sisters are so sad for you honey). I hope you know how much he loved you. 
Bryce loved my children and I with a fierce protective love. He smiled readily, laughed often and loved deeply.
My world won’t be the same without you but Rest In Peace Honey, you deserve it.
Posted by Valerie Leppert on July 30, 2020
We were so sorry to hear of Bryce passing and know he will be sorely missed. Our hearts go out to all of his family and friends.
Posted by Tanya Calloway on July 30, 2020
Bryce was always there when I needed a big brother to talk to or just a friend to spend time with i always enjoyed seeing his smile he would always have and no matter what if you were ever in a bad mood he would always find a way to make a person smile. He touched my heart the very first time I met him at the renaissance fairs that he was always at.
He was like a best friend and big brother all in one. He had a big heart and would always do what he could for people even when it would cut him short, I just want to say to his Mom and Dad thank you for bringing him into this life and raising him to be a wonderful caring man that he was before he went to live with our loving father in heaven. I am going to miss him so much but I know that he is in a better place and he is not longer in the pain that he was always having to deal with.
I love you bro and I will never forget what u have done for me u will always be in my heart. I am very sorry for the family.
Posted by Manda Bernarde on July 29, 2020
Bryce, I am going to miss you so much and all the talks we've had. I'm going to miss you calling me Kiddo, even though you know it drove me nuts. I hope you finally learned the jitter bug (Inside joke, not at bad thing). The kids and I will miss you. Say hi to Mike for me in heaven. Love you Bro.
Posted by Della Wheeler on July 28, 2020
I will miss him like all the rest of the people his life touched. He was a special man to me and his daughter Isabella. I'm her grandma Wheeler whom she lives with. Am so glad that my daughter went and brought him down to Oshkosh for Father's Day to see Isabella. He was very proud of his daughter and loved her to pieces. REST IN PEACE BRYCE, you tall drink of water.
Posted by Amy Luebke on July 28, 2020
I met Bryce through my ex-husband about 19 years ago. He was the most caring person and would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it. I haven't seen him in a few years but we kept in touch over messenger.  He is gone too soon. Rest in peace my brother .
Posted by Sue Adams on July 27, 2020
Bryce, LOVED lemons. 
There won't be a time going forward where I won't think of him when I see one. I know it would make him smile to see a Lemon Meringue pie (and a great smile it was), so from now on it will be at all our family gatherings as a way to keep him close by. Rest in God's peace Bryce, I love you.

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Posted by Matt Hufnus on August 8, 2020
Really nice guy Bryce was. Knew him since grade school days.
Posted by Janet Eccles-Scheffel on August 3, 2020
I cannot express how sad I am that you are gone. I remember your entrance into this world and cradling you as an infant. Oh how you grew up to look so much like your uncle Bill. My heart goes out to your mother and father, but especially to your daughter. Rest in peace dear boy.
Posted by Adam Sajdowitz on August 1, 2020
I meet Bryce 19 years ago when he lived in Waukesha. I remember he wanted to shoot some pool at one of the local bars in town. I was 21 and he was 20 we both got a beer and he never got carded. The very last time I talked to him was about 2 weeks ago we were playing borderlands 3 on Xbox. I'll miss you Bryce you were a good friend to me. Rest in peace my friend
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Shared by Paul Adams on August 6, 2020
I'm 60 now and I shared the planet with Bryce for all 40 of his years.  2/3 of my time orbiting the sun has been with Bryce.  We didn't always agree, but we always respected and loved each other.  I will eternally cherish our all too brief time together.  Based on the notes, cards and messages I received, Bryce was a very rich man indeed - so wealthy with friends.  Thanks all for your love and kind words.

I will miss you

Shared by Tamara Marquez on July 31, 2020
Bryce and I met 5 years ago. We never let a day pass without talking. Bryce shared his life with me and often found humor in the impossible situations he found himself in.
He did not often say it but he loved his family. He spoke often of his Grandfather and the time he spent with him. He worried about his adored Grandmother and frequently spoke about Spencer’s and her galavanting all over.  Of course there were stories about his mother, father and brother too!  
When I didn’t hear from him, I knew. Our last conversation was when he was released from the hospital and I was worried that they were sending him home to soon.
He was my knight, sworn to protect me and defend my girls and I, come what may. It was too soon but I know he was tired of fighting.  Thankfully, he can lay down his sword and rest. Rest in Peace. I will love you always. 
Shared by Ronda Wheeler on July 27, 2020
I meet Bryce through a friend back in 2007. We first started talking on the phone, on the first day that we meet we talked forn3 hours.  He always made me smile and laugh all the time. I was afraid to tell him that we were going to be parents in September 2008. We both told our parents that they will become grandparents and they were all surprised by thought it was a good blessing. So on August 27th our beautiful daughter, Isabella Aphrodite Mae Adam's was born and that is when I saw tears in his eyes and he kissed me to tell me that she was beautiful little girl that looks like me. He was a super funny dad and friend.