Kanon Adams obituary (2021) – Murrieta, CA


January 17, 1997 – November 3, 2021 Kanon Isaiah Marcell Adams was born on January 17, 1997 in Casa Grande, Arizona. He passed away peacefully at his home in Murrieta, California on November 3, 2021 at the age of twenty-four. From the start, Kanon brought joy and love to the lives of everyone who met him. He had an infectious smile, with characteristic dimples and a head of black curly hair. Kanon enjoyed baking cookies, family parties, amusement parks, airsoft, concerts, fast cars, the beach and camping. He loved family vacations and had many adventures visiting the lakes and waterfalls of Oregon, hiking the canyons of Utah, swimming in Hawaii and rafting in Northern California. . Growing up, Kanon was known to be kind, respectful, generous and protective. Kanon would go out of his way to spend time with his whole family and let them know how much he loved them. Any day, you will find Kanon playing video games with his siblings, cooking a barbecue with his father, helping his grandmother, taking his uncle Randy in the car, or taking his cousins ​​to the mall and them. letting them choose any gift they wanted. Kanon was the oldest grandson, son, brother and cousin of his generation. All the younger ones admired Kanon and he always watched them. Kanon is survived by his parents Half Moon and Emily Adams, his siblings Ava Ree Van Pelt, Winter Rose Adams, Liam Half Moon Adams and Joseph Furious Adams; grandmother Ledonna Denyse Moose; great-uncle Randy Ryal; Great Great Aunt Bernette Powell, Great Great Aunt Lucille Leake, Uncle Brent Lerma, Uncle Joseph Moose, Aunt Melyssa Moose, Uncle David Telly, Aunt Katie Rico Moose, Uncle Jose Rico, Uncle Darrell Moose; cousins ​​Haiwee Ramon, Desiree Telly, Joseph Telly, Maddox Moose, Cian Telly, Lucian Rico, Tristen Rico, Troy Little Boy, Easton Moose, Grace Rico, Ethan Rico and Aria Moose. He had a loving extended family which included Gaylene Moose, Misty Van Pelt, Alexander Dennis, Jacqueline Torrez and many other cousins ​​and friends. Kanon was a proud member of the Luiseno Band of Indians from the Pechanga Mission. Although the cause of Kanon’s death is currently unknown, he will forever remain young and forever in our hearts.

Published by The Press-Enterprise on November 21, 2021.


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