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Adam Cowell - 1 October 1963-29 July 2004

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  • Sad loss of Adam

    I was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Adam whom I knew at secondary school. I had lost touch with school friends when I moved north and only recently had contact with some past friends via friends reunited. It was a great shock to hear about Adam but was good to read all about the success he had in his short life. He will be much missed by his family and friends and I send my condolences.

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  • Adam Cowell

    I knew, lived with Adam, in flats at Brunel, Kilburn and Perival before he moved on to Ealing with Timothy Evans (ex Materials Technolgy), I wish that it had not been, his golf shots from the Brunel flats were excellent as was his jokes about pierced ears.

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  • Adam Cowell - 1 October 1963-29 July 2004

    Terrible. Adam was a star. A kind, innovative and creative guy as well as a sharp and determined lawyer. Had many laughs with him, and battles at the snooker hall in Kilburn. He clearly had an exceptional sporting prowess too, and was as skilled as he was humble. Couldn't believe it when I came across this article on the net. I can only hope Megan and his family have moved on as best they can. All the best to them.

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  • I will always remember Adam's pithy sense of humour and his playful, and always intellectually superior, banter. A generous person who always told it how it was, and wasn't afraid to do so. I have fond memories of our verbal sparring and am thankful that I shared part of his life.

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  • Adam was a one off. 8 years since his death and i still cant believe he has gone. Had many laughs with him at Brunel , and recall when he told me that his success was down to him thinking he was a "bit thick so had to work harder than everyone else". He was wrong on that as his brain was as big as a planet. Wish all the best to his family .

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  • Adam,

    I still miss you, great golf shot (mine), shame that we never had more free time for golf (I was never going to go with you for ying-pong sports in Dagenham) when we needed it a bit more.

    Hope and wishes for all,

    Simon S

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