A former Ohio State football player was one of four people who tragically died in a car accident in Ohio on Oct. 12. He was 29.
Adam Bellamy, who played for the Buckeyes for three seasons, winning a Big Ten championship and the Sugar Bowl in 2010, died in the accident.
The former Ohio State football player’s family published an obituary in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
Age 29 of Pulteney, NY formerly of Aurora Ohio. Beloved son of Keith and Susan (nee Manning) Bellamy, loving brother of Megan Bellamy, cherished grandson of Mary Genna and the late Al Bellamy, William and Marilyn Manning, dear nephew of Timothy (Amy) Bellamy and Barry (Laura) Bellamy, Steve Manning, Ann (Joel) Domino and Colleen (Cameron) Brown, dearest cousin of Jacob, Hannah, Austin, Dalton and Nathan Bellamy, Grace Manning, Emily Luchkiw, Colleen Yung, Sarah Domino, Connor, Hannah and Molly Brown. Passed away Saturday Oct. 12, 2019. Adam was a 2009 graduate of Aurora High School and graduated from The Ohio State University where he played football for three years. In lieu of flowers the family wishes contributions be made in Adams name to any local animal shelter. Friends will be received for a memorial gathering Friday October 18, 2019 from 4-8 PM at Parkside Church (in the Commons) 7100 Pettibone Road Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023 where a Celebration of Life will be held Saturday October 19, 2019 at 11 AM. Arrangements by Johnson-Romito Funeral Home Bedford, Ohio 440-232-1441.
Bellamy was a defensive lineman at Ohio State. He played high school ball at Aurora, leading the school to the Division III state title in 2008.
RIP to my guy Adam Bellamy. You will be sincerely missed by all. #sacredbrotherhood
— jake stoneburner (@jake_STONEYY) October 12, 2019
More details on the tragic accident can be seen here.
Rest in peace, Adam.