A Maine man, whose body was found Monday following a weeks-long search, is being remembered by his family for being a devoted father to his two young sons.
Adam Camarato, 32, of Eliot, Maine, was reported missing in late April after he disappeared following a visit to a bar in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Authorities have said foul play is not suspected — his body washed ashore in Newington.
In his obituary, his family wrote that for the father-of-two, his sons were “his entire world.”
“Adam was a loving and devoted father, and a very caring, kind, and helpful man,” his loved ones wrote. “He put a smile on anyone’s face who came in contact with him and was always putting others before himself helping in any way that he could. He will be missed by many.”
A visitation for Camarato will be held at 5 p.m. on May 29 at J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home in Kittery, Maine. Read the full obituary for the 32-year-old, shared by the funeral home, below:
Adam Michael Camarato, 32, of Eliot, ME died suddenly on Monday, May 20, 2019.
Born in Portsmouth, NH on February 15, 1987, to parents Tammy (English) Martel and Sheldon Michael Camarato.
He is survived by his two sons Eben Michael Camarato and Rylan Porter Camarato of Eliot; mother Tammy (English) Martel and stepfather Joseph Martel; grandparents William and Gail English of Eliot; sister Jamie (Camarato) Fultz and her husband Jonathan Fultz of Eliot; sister Allyson Martel of Eliot; brother Joseph Martel of Chichester, NH; nieces Gabriella Fultz and Kalianna Fultz of Eliot; nephew Jakobie Fultz of Eliot; aunt Susan Berounsky and her husband Brian Berounsky of Eliot; cousin Brian Berounsky Jr. of Eliot; and ex-wife Kylie McIntire of Eliot; also many other aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He is predeceased by his father Sheldon Michael Camarato.
Adam enjoyed camping at Martin Stream Campground in Turner, ME and at a family camp in Shirley, ME. He also enjoyed hiking, attending Boston Celtics basketball games, 4 wheeling, spending time with friends and family, but most of all spending time with his two sons who were his entire world. They brought such joy to Adam’s life. He even coached their basketball team.
He was most recently employed at Middle Street Meat Market in Portsmouth, NH, but prior to that he worked at Market Basket for at least 15 years. He started there as a teenager and worked his way up to Front End Manager. He met many people during his time at Market Basket and made many friends, including his best friends Ashley Delahunty and Corey Eldridge.
Adam was a loving and devoted father, and a very caring, kind, and helpful man. He put a smile on anyone’s face who came in contact with him and was always putting others before himself helping in any way that he could. He will be missed by many.