Adam Yarnell, a Veterinary Technician, Has Passed Away
Adam Yarnell leaves behind his wife, three sons, as well as numerous nieces and nephews he leaves behind; in addition, there is his brother Richard Yarnell to care for.
Rye resident Erick Arredondo recently embarked on his Peace Corps service journey to Panama. There he will help local communities promote environmental stewardship while experiencing firsthand how disaster response and recovery impact communities first-hand.
Early Life and Education
Adam Yarnell dreamt of becoming a veterinarian as a young boy growing up on Long Island. Throughout summers and school vacations he put in hard work cleaning cages at an animal hospital and cleaning stalls at horse farms to gain hands-on experience with animals.
Blind Posse, a Bay Area grassroots group dedicated to improving access to art for people living with vision loss, was launched in 2016. Since its creation, Blind Posse has collaborated with more than 12 museums — such as SFMOMA, Asian Art Museum and de Young — as well as Stanford Cantor Arts Center.
At Rye Country Day School and Brown University, he majored in Environmental Policy and Latin American Studies before enlisting with the Peace Corps to spend two years in Panama.
Adam Yarnell had dreamt of becoming a veterinarian since he was young boy. Working diligently during summer and school vacations to gain experience in this field – cleaning cages at local veterinary hospitals, mucking out stalls at horse farms and walking pet goats through Central Park as part of New York City Zoo Mobile program were just a few ways Adam gained hands-on training for this career path.
He has received multiple Primetime Emmy nominations and one award for his work on American Idol and Dancing with the Stars, as well as other TV shows as a production designer. In addition, he works freelance as a graphic artist focused on music industry visual effects production as well as visual effects creation for film and television.
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Achievement and Honors
Four Yale psychiatry residents have been selected as 2015 Geriatric Mental Health Foundation (GMHF) Scholars, receiving scholarships and working alongside mentors in geropsychiatry over the next year. This award is sponsored by GMHF, an affiliate of American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry.
Yarnell leaves behind his wife Lydia, two children – Matthew Yarnell of Lancaster and Timothy Yarnell from Florida; four grandchildren (Ronald R. Yarnell, Sarah Yarnell and Brooke Tuttle); five great-grandchildren: Jozelynn Yarnell, Gail Pittman Luke Pittman Cruz Pittman as well as several aunts and cousins who will miss him greatly.
Washburn Rural High School saw him shine as an athlete when he led them to become state champions in 1989, serving as both quarterback and linebacker on its football team, earning All-State, All-City, and All-Conference honors during his senior year.
Macy and Mackenzie are his children, while he also serves as uncle for 20 nieces and nephews. A true family man, he cherishes spending time with both of them as well as with his wife and family.
He has appeared as a regular guest on various television programs and is well-known for his teaching style and ability to assist artists of all levels succeed in their art careers. Additionally, Yarnell School features popular DVD instructional videos as well as 24/7 online art school services available 24/7 online.
Recently he made appearances in both Only the Brave (about firefighters who battled Yarnell Hill wildfire in 2013) and Thank You for Your Service (as Iraqi veteran Adam Schumann). For both roles he underwent extensive training.