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Local Artist Remembered for his Humor and Smile

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

You may not know his name, but you have most likely seen his work around town. Tonight, the arts community is remembering one of their own.

51 year old Adam Reyna passed away on Monday after a battle with cancer. Family and friends say Adam was best known as a musician, a local actor, and even a clown at times, dressing the part and making balloon animals for kids. You may have also seen his work around town. Adam was an artist who spent his extra time painting holiday themes on store front windows.

A viewing will be held this Friday from 12-9pm at Del Angel Funeral Home which is located at 549 Cheyenne. The family says Adam was self employed and did not have insurance. If you would like to help with funeral costs, his family says you can contact the funeral home at 882-3000.

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