Adrian was a simple person. A loving son, brother and uncle, he leaves behind a legacy of love, forgiveness, and understanding that will be truly missed. His nurturing nature caused children and animals to be drawn to him and his innocence enabled him to connect with kids and animals at a level that we all admired.
Adrian was a fan of mixed martial arts, a movie aficionado, and an avid reader. We always looked forward to his coming home from seeing the latest movie and giving us his review. On his Facebook page, Adrian wrote numerous predictions for upcoming UFC fights as well as letters to Marvel entertainment giving them his opinion about what they should do next.
The last books he was reading were from the Mortal Instruments series in which there was a character named Simon that he identified with. He was an expert in all areas of life so when you talked to him you never knew what piece of expertise he was going to give you. In his new life, we imagine him as the guardian of the innocent children and animals that have gone before him. We are all so lucky to have known such a kind and gentle soul.
The items found in his casket provide a small insight into a soul that left us way too soon. There is a dog collar that belonged to his dog Angel who passed away in December 2013. He will be so happy to put it on her when she meets him at the Rainbow Bridge.
His CD player depicts his love for music. Nobody could convince him that technology had advanced to the digital phase. He loved his music.
Lastly, there is a pocket watch he had for many years that he wore on occasion. It was one of the few concessions he made to structure and conformity.
Our dear Adrian was born on September 4, 1978. He is survived by his Mother Silvia Luna, his Dad Christopher John Sorensen, his sister Elizabeth Raye Sorensen, his brother Christopher Ray Sorensen, his nephew Logan Matthew Benitez, his cat Monkey, his dog Baby, and his biological father Noe Mares.
The service celebrating Adrian’s life will be held at 6:00pm Saturday, July 12, 2014, at Niday Funeral Home – Beamer Chapel, with visitation one hour prior to the service which would be at 5:00pm.