Adam Brian Cobb, born November 7th, 1979, formerly of Marlboro, MA and Nashville, TN, died suddenly on Thursday, February 10th, 2022.
Born in Newton, MA, the son of Nancy J. Bailey Cobb and Brian W. Cobb, Adam graduated from Marlboro High School, where he played soccer and basketball. In 2001, he graduated from Stonehill College in Easton, MA with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. In 2010, he graduated from the Belmont College Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business in Nashville, TN, earning an M.B.A. in Negotiation and Mediation. For 19 years, Adam worked in executive operational, marketing, finance, retail management and planning positions at Mazda, Nissan, and Mitsubishi before starting his own consulting firm, Cobb and Associates in 2020. He was most recently working as a Director at EvonSys in Nashville. Adam was certified in Dale Carnegie Leadership and a Rule 31 Mediator.
Adam was a cheerful, funny, generous, and lasting friend to all (colleagues, community, childhood, and school years). He enjoyed annual vacations with family in Jerusalem, RI, and traveling to friends all around the U.S. Adam spent many volunteer hours at Habitat for Humanity, Big Brother Big Sister, and his children’s schools. An excellent cook, he always visited with a unique and delicious dish to share. He loved to play golf.
Adam was an involved and adored father to Preston Bailey and Evelyn Hope Cobb. He is survived by his parents, Brian and Nancy Cobb; his sister, Heather Cummings, her husband, Michael Cummings, and their 3 children, Nathan, Logan, and Hannah; aunts and uncles Harv and Judy Cobb, Cathy Higgins and Jan and Mitch Ziemba; cousins Kathleen Holmes, Susan Burgess, Warren Holmes, and Missy Chiaramonte and their spouses and 6 children. Adam is predeceased by his aunt, Carol Bailey Ayer, and cousin, Andrew Bailey Holmes.
Friends and family are invited to celebrate Adam’s life by gathering at the Marlborough Country Club on Sunday March 20th from 2pm-6pm. At 2pm there will be a tribute to his life, where people can share their memories of Adam. Following the tribute, there will be a casual luncheon.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the children in honor of Adam Cobb via the following GoFundMe link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/in-honor-of-adam-cobb?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1 (See below for donation link)
Adam Cobb - GoFundMe