Adam Leatherman

Adam Christopher Leatherman

Wednesday, April 28th, 1982 - Sunday, March 24th, 2019
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Adam Christopher Leatherman, 36, of Winchester, VA passed away on March 24, 2019 at his residence.
He was born on April 28, 1982 in Hopkinsville, KY, the son of the late Marlin Gordon Leatherman and Christine Marie Louise Shear Leatherman.
Along with his mother Christine, of Colorado Springs, CO he is survived by brothers Matthew G. Leatherman of Fairfax, VA and Michael G. Leatherman of Bremerton, WA and his maternal grandmother, Louisette Simon Brown of Carmichael, CA.
Adam attended Handley High School and obtained his A.A. from Lord Fairfax Community College. He was the owner of Meadowscapes Landscaping and Lawn Services.
A celebration of Adam’s life will be held with friends and family at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Salvation Army of Winchester, 300 Fort Colier Road, Winchester, Va 22603
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Cyndi Fenton

Posted at 05:45pm
To Adam’s family: please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. My husband Dennis and I just today found out that Adam is no longer with us. We are both shocked and saddened by the news. My husband texted him about work, apparently the day before his passing, and has been worrying about him because he hadn’t heard back from Adam by text right away, and it was not like him at all to not respond. We assumed he was just busy and would get back to us. We were actually looking forward to seeing him this week.

Adam was not just the guy who did the landscaping at our home. We always looked forward to his visits each week. He was always punctual, well groomed, polite and respectful with a warm smile and an endearing sense of humor. My husband and I not only enjoyed the excellent work he did for us, but also admired the initiative he put forth to grow his business and better himself. We took an interest in who he was, and we genuinely cared about him and his success. He was a kind soul who will be missed greatly by our family. May he Rest In Peace.

Rebecca Harris

Posted at 07:44am
I am heartbroken to learn of Adam's passing -- having known him for several years as an enthusiastic, caring and flat-out funny guy, it seems impossible that someone as invested in bringing life to this world through his landscaping is no longer with us. There are not words to describe how he will be missed.

Dale Maza

Posted at 10:33am
Dale Maza
It’s been nine years since I first met Adam at LFCC. We started out talking about his business and his dreams and as we went on he became a friend. I watched him build his business and care about what he was doing and cared about his clients and their lawns.
I will miss his presence in my life, I enjoyed our conversation and his eagerness to do it right. He cared, he wanted his clients to be pleased.
We eventually became a client of his and he took great care of our lawn. He did research and figured out what we needed, and did it right, always.
When we are out in our yard, I think of Adam and I miss him. When I think that I will not ever talk with him again I get a sadness that I know will pass but it sure will take some time.
What a Good Guy!

Linda Spicer Ryan

Posted at 07:46pm
Adam was a student at Quarles Elementary when I was teaching there so I knew him when he was a young boy. I got to know Adam better when he started his business and did some landscaping for us. A couple of years into his business he came one day to trim weeds. It was a hot, humid day and he was outside for a couple of hours. He came up to the house to get a drink of water, sweaty and covered with grass. I looked at him and grinned and he said, "I just love it!" He did love the outdoors so MeadowScapes was the perfect business for him. Adam had a plan and he stuck with it. The business grew and he succeeded. I'll always remember that sweaty, grassy smile. Rest in peace my young friend!. -

Diane Comer

Posted at 11:53am
I met Adam shortly after he began his business. He was always kind and considerate and so very funny. We became friends and I miss him so much. We shared world views, deep convictions and lots of laughs. If he was downtown he would stop in and visit with me at work. He kept my yard looking great and brightened my day. He would always go above and beyond what was expected. Adam did a few odd jobs for my neighbors because they were unable besides mowing their grass at no extra charge. Adam was very caring and will be missed by many. I pray comfort and peace for his family. May the good memories of him fill that giant hole that is left in their hearts. Amen.

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