Monday, July 8, 2024

Adrian Vladimir Gregory-Kielbasa, 26

Angelica, NY – Adrian Vladimir Gregory-Kielbasa, 26, of Center Street, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, July 3, 2024, in the Town of Cohocton. He was born January 23, 1998, in Batavia, the son of Jason Kielbasa and Miranda Gregory.

Adrian was raised in Elba and Scio, graduating from Scio Central School in 2017. He was the owner and operator of Grateful Tie Dyes, after inheriting it from special friend Mike “Wook” Whitney. He loved animals, dirt bikes, and was involved with the Dam Show of Austin, PA and Esitival Festival of CaneadeaNY. He was an avid nature lover, an artist, and a poet. 

He is survived by: his mother Miranda (Danny Coleman) Gregory and father Jason Kielbasa; siblings, twin Alexsander Gregory-Kielbasa, Baileigh Higby, Tatum Higby, and Jade Higby; grandparents, Joy & Frank Kielbasa, Robert & Sherry Gregory, and Dan Coleman; aunts Carrie (Cortney) Gale, Bridget Fairfield, and Katie Mills; uncle Adam (Stephanie Harris) Shipwash; acquired brother, DahmusLogue; close friend, Whitefeather; as well as several cousins. He was predeceased by: great-grandmothers, Janet Williams and Francis “Babci” Kielbasa; acquired brother, Colin McCabe; and special friends, Michael Whitney and Matt Fuller

Friends are invited to call on Thursday, July 11, 2024, from 4 pm to 6 pm at J.W. Embser Sons Funeral Home of Wellsville, 34 West State Street. His funeral will follow in the funeral home at 6 pm. Please consider memorial donations to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 6704Hagerstown, MD 21741To leave online condolences please visit www.embserfuneralhome.com.

9 comments:

  1. May Adrian's family find amongst this tragedy, the trajectory to heal themselves and one another.

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  2. Rest in heaven young man.... gone way to soon.... the short 1 year memories and conversations ... but your soul was pure and we clicked always ... I hope your family may also fine peace thru this extremely hard time ... their r no words I can say to ease your pain... may God heal your heart and your soul.

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  3. Adrian was a kind soul who from time to time help me with my bees. He was always very gentle with them and the other creatures he found on the farm. He has left us far too soon. Condolences to his friends and family.

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  4. You had many talents. I love how you could make anyone laugh. You had the positive energy that many people needed in their life's. You always made sure everybody else was taken care of even when most didn't deserve it. Random personalities came through you and that is my favorite thing about you. Growing up with you Al is what made my childhood easier and helped me through my crappy home life. Love you brother now you'll forever be flying high💚

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  5. Your positivity will never leave this world. Growing up with you and Al saved me from my crappy home life at the end of the day. To know at the end of the day I had you as a friend/brother is an honor and I'm so very thankful to have had you in my life. Now you'll be forever flying high, love you brother 💚

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  6. I will MISS YOU ALWAYS! YOU WERE SUCH A SWEET SWEET SOUL AND I'm FOREVER GRATEFUL THAT GOD BROUGHT YOU INTO MY LIFE! NO MORE PAIN OR HEART ACHE! SENDING MY PRAYERS AND CONDOLENCES TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TOO! 🙏

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  7. You Will Forever Have A Place In My Heart ❤️ I Miss You!! You Were Taken Way Too Soon.

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  8. I know I disappeared on you and wasn't around for the past couple of months. You're such a loving friend, brother, son and grandchild. You went through way to much and was taken too soon. RIP brother

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  9. I’m never going to forget you. You were a beacon of light in this world. I know it was hard but you never gave up and you tried to make everyone’s life better. Everyone. This world won’t be the same. And this sure isn’t fair. But I’m carrying your torch.

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