Adam William Exton

28-Jul-1987 - 09-Dec-2022

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Posted by Julie L | 31-Mar-2023

I didn’t know Adam. We spoke online and went on one date and ran into each other a few times. He seemed kind and funny. I’m really sad about reading this. All my love to the family. I am so sorry for your loss.

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Posted by Tanya Lary | 02-Jan-2023

Adam was warm and charming, it was always a pleasure to see him and Winston. I am so sorry for your loss.

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Posted by Morena McDonald | 20-Dec-2022

I'm so sorry to hear about Adam's passing. We met at University of Toronto in 2006 when we were both in residence and we quickly became friends. I'll always remember the friend I knew - getting drinks at Einstein's, playing World of Warcraft, hanging out in Gilson House, and catching up for coffee.

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Posted by Dawn Gordaneer | 20-Dec-2022

Adam was a true gem. Sending all the kindness.

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Posted by Ann Hoggarth | 20-Dec-2022

I remember how excited caucus staff members and MPPs were to hear that rookie MPP Hoggarth was able to hire Adam as my EA at Queens Park. I discovered very quickly how fortunate I was. Adam was a patient, reliable and very competent person. He worked diligently to deal with issues in an efficient and timely manner. I knew when I was asked to loan him to the Federal campaign , I would be losing him to Ottawa, that others would realize how great Adam was at his job and lure him away. Adam was a great employee but an even better person. Wherever Adam is now I know that , as Adam would say, “it’s all good”. RIP my friend and thank you for always espousing strong Liberal values.
My condolences to Adam’s family, particularly Ellen and Brad.

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Posted by Cheryl Perreault | 20-Dec-2022

Praying for the Exton family; so sorry for the loss of your son, grandson and nephew. Praying for the LORD to comfort you and send HIS angels to encamp around you during this difficult time.

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Posted by Racanelli & Dean Families | 17-Dec-2022

Sending our heartfelt condolences to the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Whenever we saw Adam at gatherings his genuine kindness and sense of humour always came through in his conversations. He will be dearly missed by everyone. May the love and support of family and friends bring you strength and comfort. 

Racanelli & Dean Families

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Posted by Steve Feinstein | 16-Dec-2022

I have two fond memories of Adam. First was when he showed up at my Canadian Citizenship Swearing-In ceremony on March 7, 2013 in Scarborough at 9:30 am-an hour early. He surprised me by being there and explained that he had always wanted to go to a citizenship ceremony all his life and mine gave him the first opportunity to do so. He then proceeded to take a bunch of pictures of me being sworn-in, receiving my certificate, and posing with the citizenship judge--pictures that I will always cherish. Second was when I once saw a restaurant review he had posted online on Yelp. It was a very positive review. He later explained to me that he only wrote positive reviews. The purpose was to create positive feedback for the owner. It was sort of his own personal thank you. If he did not like the place, he did not post anything. That was his rule. We will all miss his kind soul and his ability to go above and beyond.

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Posted by Janick Cormier | 16-Dec-2022

Adam was one of the best staffers I have ever worked with. Always ready to help in any way he could and always calm when others would be quick to panic. Beyond work though, Adam was a quick wit and always kind. He will be missed by many! Sending all my love to his family during these difficult times.

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Posted by Josh Bragg | 16-Dec-2022

For the family - I worked with Adam at Health Canada pre-pandemic, with our offices beside each other. He was the first person I would see when I arrived in the morning and the last before I left. He was always so personable and genuine, quick to pause whatever he was doing to ask how your night was and check in to see how you were doing. He was a kind soul and will be missed.

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