A year later, the couple immigrated to Israel, where Adam worked at an aviation company as an airplane parts inspector. When the Six-Day War broke out in 1967, Adam served in the Israeli army. In 1968, Adam, Rachel, and their two daughters, Barbara and Iris, immigrated to Toronto, Canada. Adam got a job with Douglas Aircraft, where he worked for eight years. In 1975, he opened his own business, Adam’s Auto Repair. In his spare time, Adam enjoyed camping with his family throughout Ontario, Quebec, and the United States.
In 1991, he sold his business and retired. In 1997, he participated in the Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive program, leaving a record of his Holocaust experiences.
Adam’s days are now filled with playing pool, swimming, and spending time with family. He is blessed with five granddaughters and three great-grandchildren.