Adam R. Giebel

With deepest sorrow, we announce that Adam Reid Giebel, age
28, our beloved son, brother, family member and best friend passed away
suddenly on Saturday, May 2, 2020. Those who knew Adam, even just a little,
lost a shining light in their lives.


Adam will be missed everyday by his mother, Claudia “Dolly”
Giebel (Mike); three brothers, Tony (Diana) and Brett (Sidney) Giebel, and
Jesse Drew; two sisters, Katie Giebel (Justin) and Brandi Drew; grandmother,
Darlene Drew; two aunts, Debra (Jim) Wamser and Christine (Dave) Lefeber; his
most special and loving uncle, Claude “Charlie” Giebel; goddaughter, Abbigail
Deschaine; cousins, nieces, nephews, and many, many great friends; last, but
certainly not least, Bobbie and Olivia Lahn, the true loves of Adam’s life; his
“wife” as he so often loving referred to her. They were his world.


Adam was born in Fond du Lac, attended schools in Fond du
Lac as well as Elkhart Lake where he was an incredible athlete, excelling in
wrestling and cross country. He was an employee of Oakfield Stone, where he
loved his job working alongside his Uncle Charlie.


We know Adam is now with his father Glenn Drew; his brother
from another mother, Jeff Thill; his uncle, Robert Galanis; his grandparents,
Claude and Linda Giebel; grandfather, Richard Drew; and is loved here on earth
as well as in heaven.


Adam had so much goodness, so much capacity to bring
happiness to others, such a bright future. The world is a lesser place without
him in it.


The family would like to give a special thank you to Colleen
and Mark Krueger and family for their love and care for Adam.


Due to current circumstances, a private funeral will be held
for immediate family only. A celebration of Adam’s life will be held at a later


For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, memorials may be
directed to Uecker-Witt Funeral Home, c/o Claudia Giebel, 524 North Park Ave,
Fond du Lac, WI 54935.


Everyone who remembers Adam is asked to celebrate his life
in their own way. Raising a glass of their favorite drink in his memory would
be quite appropriate.


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