Adam C Yourell


Adam C Yourell


Obituary For Adam C Yourell

Adam C Yourell passed away on Feb. 25th at the young age of 50. He was born in S Weymouth on July 28, 1971, son of Larry and Doreen (Twomey) Yourell of Whitman. Adam graduated from BC High in1989,Providence College in 1993, and Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 1996. He currently was employed at John Rogaris Law Office in Waltham and was an Adjunct Professor at Suffolk University where he taught for 16 years.

A former top junior state Racquetball player, Providence College Racquetball MVP, and Vice President of Student Activities at Columbus School of Law.
A big fan of Boston Sports and an avid golfer with his good friend Paul.

Brother of Michael and his wife Michelle Yourell of McKinney, Texas, and Lori and her husband Brett Allen of St. Augustine, Florida. Uncle to Tony Yourell of Texas and Cole Allen of Florida.
Nephew of Tony and his wife Maryann Twomey of Stoughton, MA and Susan and her husband Tom McEnelly of Rockland, MA. Lois Jensen of Norwell, MA. His Cousins, Emily, Patrick, John, Jim, Scott, Cindy, Michael, Billy, and Bucky. His North End Family who were there for him and who he loved dearly and loved him,, Barbara, Paul, Marianne, Patrick, Eri, and Gino.

He fought a long hard battle through the years, the last 12 being the hardest. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
He will always be in our hearts and memories.

A Celebration of his Life will be held at a later time . In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Dana Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Adam
Cancer Sucks!

The Yourell family invites friends and loved ones to celebrate Adam’s life in the Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home on Monday, March 7, 2022 from 5:00-8:00 PM.

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  • 03/07/2022

    Doreen, I am truly sorry for your loss of your son. Jim Studley

  • 03/06/2022

    My deepest condolences to your family for your loss. I've known Adam for many years. I lived in the North End at which time I met Adam at the Florentine, I used to go in with my dear friends Barbara and Paul. He was a young, ambitious man and I always enjoyed his company. He was also at my going away party when I moved back to Montreal. I saw Adam again each time I visited and we always shared a nice conversation. He will be missed. I will have a thought for your family and Adam tomorrow.

  • 03/04/2022

    I never knew Adam but I know his wonderful parents so I'm sure he was just as wonderful. My heart breaks for the pain they are going through over the loss of their wonderful son. rest in peace Adam the pain is gone

  • 03/03/2022

    Adam was my roommate at PC for two years. The one thing I'll always remember about our time together was how composed Adam was at all times. He seemed to have understood the concept of don't sweat the small stuff way before I figured it out. He was always there for a talk over a beer or some pool. He seemed to be years ahead of most of us. Adam was just a good all around guy that kept it real and gave himself to his friends without question or judgement. I will always think of my time living with Adam when I remember the best days of my life.

  • 03/03/2022

    Doreen, I am so sorry for your loss.

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