Adam Scott Cadranel passed away Feb. 2, 2021 after a courageous battle with a rare and painful form of cancer. He was born Feb. 14, 1989.
Adam was a lifelong resident of Atlanta and a graduate of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Together Adam and their life partner Andrea co-founded Sittersphere, an innovative family services company the two nurtured together. Adam also loved music and performing at comedy clubs and cherished the many close friends and colleagues in their Arizona Lofts, Little Five Points, Criminal Records store, LGBTQ communities and everywhere they ventured.
Adam saw the world more broadly than most and although it was a life too short, and at times too unfair, Adam lived it with passion, love, dignity and a concern for those less privileged, and they inspired others to do the same.
You will be missed by many, but your soul is now free to soar and fill the world with all the love and light you held in your heart.
Adam was preceded in life by grandparents Sam and Faye Shafferman and Nace Cadranel.
Survivors include parents Steven and Janet Cadranel; sister, Lauren Cadranel; and life partner Andrea Krakovsky; grandmother Victoria Cadranel, great-aunt Norma Jean Long; aunt and uncle Kathie and Stevie Alhadeff and Elaine and Steve Katzman; cousins Marlene (Jamie) Green, Lisa Duffey, Aaron (Julia) Katzman, Sarah Katzman, Michael Katzman (Deanna Paul), Heather Alhadeff (Miguel Christie), Naomi Alhadeff (Ryan Stutzman), and Noah and Batel Alhadeff; and numerous additional cousins and close friends.
The Adam Scott Cadranel Fund for Social, Racial and Gender Equality has been established in Adam’s memory at the Atlanta Jewish Foundation,
https://atlantajewishfoundation.org/adamcadranel/. Arrangements by Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999.