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Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Austin Lee Adams
January 20, 1989 - July 1, 2018

Place of Birth: Roseville, CA
Residence: Stanley, North Dakota
Age: 29

Austin Lee Adams, age 29, of Stanley, ND, passed away at his residence on Sunday, July 1, 2018 in Stanley, ND.

Austin Lee Adams was born on January 20, 1989 in Roseville, California to Larry and Linda (Dazell) Adams. He was home schooled and graduated when he was 16 years old. He went on to attend two years at Rolla Technical Institute in Rolla, MO, specializing in construction. Austin would later earn certificates for operating forklifts and in welding and mechanics.

He was very active, he earned a 2nd degree black belt and in 1998 he was All State Karate Champion and in 2004 he won a Gold Medal Achievement in Royal Rangers. Boxing would become one of his favorite hobbies.

Austin’s first love was music, his favorite song to play on his guitar was Sweet Home Alabama. He was extremely talented and played many different instruments. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing. Austin had made several mission trips to Mexico to help with construction on orphanages and went on a mission to Louisiana after hurricane Katrina.
He attended the First Assembly of God in Rolla, MO from 9 years old until 18 years old. He also attended Bethel Baptist Church in Powers Lake, ND.
Austin is preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents, Albert and Agnes Dazell and Oliver and Ann Adams; aunt, Brandy Dazell.

He is survived by his loving fiancé, Liz Braaten of Powers Lake, ND; parents, Larry and Linda Adams of Stanley, ND, children, Tyler, Landon, Willie and Mindy Lou all of Stanley, ND; step sons, Isaiah, Josiah and Micah Pitsiladis all of Powers Lake, ND; siblings, Jeannie Adams Lopez of Stanley, ND, Cody Adams of Stanley, ND, Sheri Valadez of Stanley, ND, James Adams of Dickinson, ND and Jamie Adams of Stanley, ND; nieces, Rowdy and Celly; nephews, Howdy and Milton; and numerous cousins, aunts, uncles and friends.

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Amanda Smith
Jul 5, 2018
I just want to send out some love to the family. Austin was one of a kind, fun, happy, loving, crazy, wild, but always caring person. My kids called him Uncle Austin for quite a while, I have pictures of him with my kids and Tyler. I am so sorry for your loss, I am very sad and lost with all of this. Prayers and love to help get you through this difficult time and for the days ahead.
Brooke (Plaza, ND)
Jul 6, 2018
Redoing the roof in Ross
Austin will be miss very dearly. I will never forget all the great memories I have with him. He was always there to put a smile on my face even in my darkest days. He meant a lot to me and I will hold this memories close in my heart. I love you Austin see you on the other side.
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