TROIA, Adam G., age 38, of Taylor, January 13, 2018. He is survived by his parents Linda and George Troia, his sister Eva Robertson, nephew Ryan (Annie) Robertson, his great-niece Alivia and his great-nephew Maverick.
Keeping the Troia Family in my prayers.
I to remember Adam from St.Aloysius. Although I have not seen Adam in many many years I am reading these condolences and seeing that he hadnt changed a bit. So many memories of Adam that I hold so dear. The laughs the goofiness. Loud and annoying at times but yet I say til this day Adam was my first kiss. Adam will always hold a special place in my heart. Ginger (Coak) McNaughton
I had the pleasure of working with Adam for a couple years. He was always upbeat and brightened my day every time I saw him. My condolences to his family. I feel blessed that I had a chance to know him even for a short time. Amy
In this difficult time may God give you his peace that passes all understanding. Brian and Andrea Moon
Please except our heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your son Adam (The Mayor) Troia. It is truly been a blessing to have Adam working with The Michigan Warriors the past few years. He was a very caring man that the boys loved having a round. Between the laughter he created the endless tweet about the boys and the positive attitude he carried around them. The Warriors was blessed to have him around the time that we did. Michigan Warriors basketball Rockey and Benny Black Benny Black
Our hearts are broke over the loss of Adam. We truly enjoyed his company and admired his volunteer work. During this extremely difficult time may you know His compassion, His grace and His love. May the dear Lord surround you during this sorrowful time and may Adam rest in peace. We will truly miss him and his smile. Go Blue! Doug & Elaine Frye, Doug, Larysa and Aubrey
I met A.T. just a few years ago at a backyard barbeque. Needless to say, he was the 'life' of the party! Always cracking jokes and laughing it up! We hit it off right away and shared many stories and memories of Heavy Metal Music and even heavier Semi Trucks! I'm so sorry for your sudden end to this life but hope that you've found peace on the other side. 'Keep on Rockin' and 'Keep on Truckin' Adam. I'm gonna miss you at the bonfires this summer! Your friend Trans Am. Brian Mack
We are really going to miss you . Jackie Tidwell
Our deepest sympathy Keith & Molly Claeys
Bishop Willie Anderson and I (Frankie Anderson) would like to offer our condolences to the parents of Adam G Troia and the entire family just know that we are sincerely praying for the Lord to comfort the entire Troia Family that God will give them Comfort during this hour of sorrow. In Jesus name. Evangelist Frankie Anderson
Adam was a fun person to be around. We shared a love for
〽️Ichigan football and basketball often tailgating at the Big House.
He'll be missed. Rest easy 'Mayor'. David McMahan
I had the pleasure of knowing Al thru his love of Michigan sports. I met him at the WTKA pre game radio show "Key Bank count down to Kick Off". I always enjoyed seeing him. He, like myself, had a passion for NASCAR racing. He always asked "Well Highoctane who's going to win the Chase? " He'd get mad because I knew his favorite driver was Matt Kenseth and would NEVER pick Matt.
Rest in peace my friend.
We will miss you in the Victors Lounge.
Go Blue! mike king
With deepest sympathy.
Stephen and Susan Molina Stephen Molina
I remember Adam when he came to St. Aloysius in 6th grade in 1990. He was so funny and lively. Never a dull moment in class. I remember as kids meeting up at the festivals with him and others from class. I saw him last in 2014 for a small St. Al's reunion. Still the same funny guy I knew growing up. My heart aches because he is not here. He was a good friend and he will not be forgotten. Akida Gill
May the memories of Adam find you comfort during this difficult time. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Michelle Paoletti