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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Adam Francis Wade
December 31, 1974 - November 27, 2018

Place of Birth: St. Albens, Vermont
Residence: Froid, Montana
Age: 43

Adam was born on December 31, 1974, in St. Albens, VT the son of Francis Joseph and Nancy Ann (Dragoon) Wade III. At an early age the family moved to California and then Washington where Adam grew up and attended schools. In 2004, Adam moved to Rangely, CO where he attended the Law Enforcement Academy at CNCC. After graduation in 2005, Adam started out as a jailer at the Rio Blanco Sheriff’s Office. He worked his way up to Patrol, then Traffic officer. He later became a Sargent on the RBSO. On June 3, 2009, Adam married Cindy Lou Blankenship in Las Vegas, NV. In 2013, they moved to Culbertson, MT where he was a Scale Officer. Later, Adam became a Patrol Motor Carrie Officer for the Department of Transportation. Adam took a medical retirement in 2018 with the rank of Corporal.
Adam loved planning surprise road trips for him and Cindy Lou, favorite destinations were Vegas, Cripple Creek, and Deadwood, as was going to rodeos. Adam was a very loving and giving husband. He loved his dogs and cats.
He is gone but not forgotten. Adam often put others first, strong believer in paying it forward. He beat the cancer and donated his corneas to help two people receive the wonderful gift of sight and his body donated to MSU in Bozeman to help medical students learn more. Always thinking of and giving to others even in death. His memory will live on; he’s with the Angels now. RIP, your watch is ended and we have it from here my darling HERO husband.
Adam passed away on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, at the Sidney Health Center, Sidney, MT.
Surviving him are: his wife, Cindy Lou Wade, Froid, MT; sons, Clinton “Cowboy” Baker, Houston, TX, Keith Wade, Washington; daughters, Destiny Baker (Joe) Birdsell, Arlington, VA and Cassie Wade, Washington; brother, Aaron Wade, Anderson, CA; sister, Karen Wade, Washington; five grandchildren, Sebastian, Anna Michelle, Allyson, Nevaeh, Austin; one great granddaughter, Athena.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Thank You
I am very grateful for the wonderful care he received at the Sidney Health Cancer Center, Dr. Pederson, Dr. Kiehl, and Dr. Bennion, and their staffs. Also, Porter Adventist in Denver, CO, Dr. Campana, Dr. Chowdhury and their staff and his nurses in the ICU and North Oncoloy.

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Pam Taylor (Sidney, Montana)
Dec 6, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. You don't know me but reading your thank you at the bottom of the obituary hit home. My husband was treated at Porter and along with many other surgeons Dr Chowdhury and Dr Campana were among them. The staff there is above amazing. My husband was the first patient Dr Bennion sent there. God bless your husband's memory.
Harry & Peggy Purvis (Culbertdson, Montana)
Dec 6, 2018
I met Adam through my job, and came to love him dearly. He was an amazing man with a heart as big as all outdoors. He loved life, and did his job with dignity and respect. As I often said, after I first met him..."He's a keeper". Rest easy, buddy, and know that you are truly loved.
manuela ruan (Le Mars, Iowa)
Dec 6, 2018
I will always have you in my heart Adam.I remember the first day I meant you in Meeker Colorado when I started working nites at Kum n Go.You always checked up on me to make sure everything was ok.No matter what day you had,you had a great smile and talked about goofy stuff.I have known you for over 10 years but I feel like I have known you forever(thats good).Im going to really miss you but I know your in a better place.Please tell my mom hi and please watch over your family and mine.Love you and deeply missed
Deanne Klier (Scobey , MT)
Dec 6, 2018
I'm so sorry for your loss. I'll be with you in thoughts and prayers. God blessed you with love, joy, and many good times with Adam.
Eric Belford (Helena, Montana)
Dec 7, 2018
It was an honor and privilege to have worked with Adam these last 5 years. He always showed people dignity and respect while keeping public safety his top priority. Adam was honest and humble man with a great work ethic. He will be missed by us all.
Michael Joos (Castle Pines, Colorado)
Dec 12, 2018
I meet Adam when he came to work at Rio
Blank S.O. Adam was a great person, brother
And friend. He was also one of Gods Peacekeepers and will be missed. God speed my friend, I will see you again someday.
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