Adam Bean Obituary – Adam Carlisle Bean, age 24, of 1052 Otis Boulevard, passed on Saturday, June 9, 2007, from wounds supported in an auto collision. Brought into the world on June 15, 1982, in Spartanburg, he is made due by his folks, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Bean, IV (Diane), his sister, Elizabeth Bean Palmer and her better half, Jason, and their child, Whitner Howell Palmer of Greenville, SC; and his sibling, William Porter Bean of Charleston, SC. He was an individual from First Presbyterian Church, Spartanburg. Adam graduated with distinction from Spartanburg High School in 2001 and was an alum of the National Outdoor Leadership School in 2004.
He went to Presbyterian College, where he swore Kappa Alpha Order. Adam moved on from Spartanburg Methodist College in 2006. Adam was an Eagle Scout with BSA Troop 2 and was dynamic in Young Life. Adam was a devoted outdoorsman, getting a charge out of hunting and fishing. During his secondary school years, he ran cross country for Spartanburg High School and was an individual from the First Presbyterian Church ball group. Adam was a darling child; sibling; uncle; a grandson; nephew; cousin and companion. He contacted and enhanced the existence of all who knew him. With an irresistible mind, a huge heart, and vitality, Adam’s delicate and empathetic nature charmed him to everybody.
Adam took an exceptional get-kick out of his caring family and them in him. An appreciated memory will consistently be a magnificent week with his whole family at Wild Dunes in May, loaded up with chuckling and fishing. Survivors likewise incorporate his grandmas, Elizabeth Evert Bean and Elizabeth Porter Blum; aunties and uncles, Dr. furthermore, Mrs. Howard Carlisle Bean, Jr., Mrs. Betsy Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blum, and Mrs. Kathy Blum, and various cousins. Adam was predeceased by his granddad,
Howard Carlisle Bean and Morris Solomon Blum; and his uncles, Dr. Timothy Paul Burrell and Allan Porter Blum. A remembrance administration will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Spartanburg on Tuesday, June 12, 2007, at 4:00 p.m., directed by the Rev. Dr. David A. Renwick and the Rev. J. Lawrence Bates. Filling in as pallbearers are Josh O’Neal, Cameron Cleveland, Chase Biber, Gray Wicker, Frank Gamble, Patrick Knie, Yancey Stokes, and Josh Belue.