Adam Baroncelli

My Dad

Family Man
Hardworking
A Leader
No nonsense
Compassionate
And of course had a love for golf

One thing my Dad always taught me is to be yourself. Don’t attempt to conform to the “crowd” and dare to be different. Through out his long career in the copier industry their was a consistent theme about my Dad – didn’t give in to the bull****and in many ways did it his way! This is commendable based on how Corporate America generally sucks you in and spits you out! Not with my Dad, he had a keen eye for talent and aligned himself with good people who were loyal, smart and had a lot of the same traits as him.

I’ll always remember my Dad who never missed one of my soccer games!
He would give up a weekend to travel to various cities to play the next tournament and was always supporting me. He gave me advice and was my second coach. We would talk shop all the time and he spent countless hours in our backyard chasing my shanked shots on goal. He was my best friend and no matter how difficult things might have been on the field he would also have a joke for me to break the ice. Him and my mom were the right soccer parents and all they did is cheer and support the team – then we went home and watched Jeopardy.

Even during the tough times, including the time I was caught placing sports bets on the way to school, thanks Nicole for telling on me, he was always a calming influence and using the bad as a teaching moment to make me a better person.

I’ll leave you with this, my Dad was simple and to the point. In today’s world of social media and drama filled nonsense, he is a role model for many. He cared about others and would go out of his way to help. It wasn’t to draw attention to himself but to help resolve an issue and move on. Or maybe it was just to get back on the golf course – either way he made me a better person and for that I’ll never forget.

Adam Baroncelli

My Dad

Family Man
Hardworking
A Leader
No nonsense
Compassionate
And of course had a love for golf

One thing my Dad always taught me is to be yourself. Don’t attempt to conform to the “crowd” and dare to be different. Through out his long career in the copier industry their was a consistent theme about my Dad – didn’t give in to the bull****and in many ways did it his way! This is commendable based on how Corporate America generally sucks you in and spits you out! Not with my Dad, he had a keen eye for talent and aligned himself with good people who were loyal, smart and had a lot of the same traits as him.

I’ll always remember my Dad who never missed one of my soccer games!
He would give up a weekend to travel to various cities to play the next tournament and was always supporting me. He gave me advice and was my second coach. We would talk shop all the time and he spent countless hours in our backyard chasing my shanked shots on goal. He was my best friend and no matter how difficult things might have been on the field he would also have a joke for me to break the ice. Him and my mom were the right soccer parents and all they did is cheer and support the team – then we went home and watched Jeopardy.

Even during the tough times, including the time I was caught placing sports bets on the way to school, thanks Nicole for telling on me, he was always a calming influence and using the bad as a teaching moment to make me a better person.

I’ll leave you with this, my Dad was simple and to the point. In today’s world of social media and drama filled nonsense, he is a role model for many. He cared about others and would go out of his way to help. It wasn’t to draw attention to himself but to help resolve an issue and move on. Or maybe it was just to get back on the golf course – either way he made me a better person and for that I’ll never forget.

Adam Baroncelli

My Dad

Family Man
Hardworking
A Leader
No nonsense
Compassionate
And of course had a love for golf

One thing my Dad always taught me is to be yourself. Don’t attempt to conform to the “crowd” and dare to be different. Through out his long career in the copier industry their was a consistent theme about my Dad – didn’t give in to the bull****and in many ways did it his way! This is commendable based on how Corporate America generally sucks you in and spits you out! Not with my Dad, he had a keen eye for talent and aligned himself with good people who were loyal, smart and had a lot of the same traits as him.

I’ll always remember my Dad who never missed one of my soccer games!
He would give up a weekend to travel to various cities to play the next tournament and was always supporting me. He gave me advice and was my second coach. We would talk shop all the time and he spent countless hours in our backyard chasing my shanked shots on goal. He was my best friend and no matter how difficult things might have been on the field he would also have a joke for me to break the ice. Him and my mom were the right soccer parents and all they did is cheer and support the team – then we went home and watched Jeopardy.

Even during the tough times, including the time I was caught placing sports bets on the way to school, thanks Nicole for telling on me, he was always a calming influence and using the bad as a teaching moment to make me a better person.

I’ll leave you with this, my Dad was simple and to the point. In today’s world of social media and drama filled nonsense, he is a role model for many. He cared about others and would go out of his way to help. It wasn’t to draw attention to himself but to help resolve an issue and move on. Or maybe it was just to get back on the golf course – either way he made me a better person and for that I’ll never forget.

Adam Baroncelli

My Dad

Family Man
Hardworking
A Leader
No nonsense
Compassionate
And of course had a love for golf

One thing my Dad always taught me is to be yourself. Don’t attempt to conform to the “crowd” and dare to be different. Through out his long career in the copier industry their was a consistent theme about my Dad – didn’t give in to the bull****and in many ways did it his way! This is commendable based on how Corporate America generally sucks you in and spits you out! Not with my Dad, he had a keen eye for talent and aligned himself with good people who were loyal, smart and had a lot of the same traits as him.

I’ll always remember my Dad who never missed one of my soccer games!
He would give up a weekend to travel to various cities to play the next tournament and was always supporting me. He gave me advice and was my second coach. We would talk shop all the time and he spent countless hours in our backyard chasing my shanked shots on goal. He was my best friend and no matter how difficult things might have been on the field he would also have a joke for me to break the ice. Him and my mom were the right soccer parents and all they did is cheer and support the team – then we went home and watched Jeopardy.

Even during the tough times, including the time I was caught placing sports bets on the way to school, thanks Nicole for telling on me, he was always a calming influence and using the bad as a teaching moment to make me a better person.

I’ll leave you with this, my Dad was simple and to the point. In today’s world of social media and drama filled nonsense, he is a role model for many. He cared about others and would go out of his way to help. It wasn’t to draw attention to himself but to help resolve an issue and move on. Or maybe it was just to get back on the golf course – either way he made me a better person and for that I’ll never forget.

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Adam Baroncelli

My Dad

Family Man
Hardworking
A Leader
No nonsense
Compassionate
And of course had a love for golf

One thing my Dad always taught me is to be yourself. Don’t attempt to conform to the “crowd” and dare to be different. Through out his long career in the copier industry their was a consistent theme about my Dad – didn’t give in to the bull****and in many ways did it his way! This is commendable based on how Corporate America generally sucks you in and spits you out! Not with my Dad, he had a keen eye for talent and aligned himself with good people who were loyal, smart and had a lot of the same traits as him.

I’ll always remember my Dad who never missed one of my soccer games!
He would give up a weekend to travel to various cities to play the next tournament and was always supporting me. He gave me advice and was my second coach. We would talk shop all the time and he spent countless hours in our backyard chasing my shanked shots on goal. He was my best friend and no matter how difficult things might have been on the field he would also have a joke for me to break the ice. Him and my mom were the right soccer parents and all they did is cheer and support the team – then we went home and watched Jeopardy.

Even during the tough times, including the time I was caught placing sports bets on the way to school, thanks Nicole for telling on me, he was always a calming influence and using the bad as a teaching moment to make me a better person.

I’ll leave you with this, my Dad was simple and to the point. In today’s world of social media and drama filled nonsense, he is a role model for many. He cared about others and would go out of his way to help. It wasn’t to draw attention to himself but to help resolve an issue and move on. Or maybe it was just to get back on the golf course – either way he made me a better person and for that I’ll never forget.