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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Adam P. Duhe'
April 24, 1997 - June 22, 2022

Place of Birth: Minot, North Dakota
Residence: Stanley, North Dakota
Age: 25

Adam Parris Duhe’, 25, passed away on June 21, 2022. A tragic accident took him from his home of Stanley, North Dakota in the early hours of the morning.

Adam was born to David “Zack” Duhe’ and Sharon Duhe’ on April 24, 1997 in Minot, North Dakota.
Adam cherished his family, home, and pets. Whether it be far away or close to home, he was always up to a new adventure. He rode his motorcycle as often as he could, wherever he could. Like a farmer in April, Adam just couldn’t wait for the snow to melt so he could get out on his bike, even if it meant getting stuck in the driveway a few times.

He grew up close to his siblings, Taylor and Samantha, and was always proud of them. Adam flew to Louisiana to support Taylor in his graduation from technical school in March 2022, and traveled to Montana to be a groomsman in Samantha’s wedding in May 2022. The three of them were always close and his absence from the trio will be sorely felt.

Adam will also be missed by his many friends around the globe. He hung out with his online friends nearly every day and enjoyed every opportunity he could get to meet up with them, whether they lived a few states away or on another continent entirely. Adam’s many travels brought him to Russia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, and of course across the USA. He made good friends at his workplace too. He was always on time and was recognized for the high quality of his work.

Adam was highly independent and pursued many hobbies. Along with his love of motorcycling, he also enjoyed studying foreign languages, fishing, birding, collecting vintage military memorabilia, flying drones, and caring for his cat Koishi along with many other cats, dogs, and chickens. Adam enjoyed being outdoors and was always planning his next adventure or preparing for something more spontaneous if that’s the way the wind blew. It’s the way he rolled.

He graduated from Stanley High School in 2015. He later went on to get an ESL teaching certificate, and, in 2021 he graduated from Northwest Lineman College with a telecommunications lineman certificate, along with a CDL license, in Idaho.

Adam is survived by his parents, Zack Duhe’ and Sharon Duhe’ of Stanley, ND; his brother, Taylor Duhe’ of Central, LA; and sister, Samantha (Bryan) Duhe’ Jones of Pittsburgh, PA; his paternal grandparents, Frank and Elaine Ruiz of Central, LA; as well as many uncles, aunts, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by one of his paternal grandparents, James Duhe’ Sr.; and his maternal grandparents, Milton and Vivian Enander.

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Frank and Elaine Ruiz (Greenwell Springs, Louisiana)
Jun 24, 2022
Adam Parris
We love you so much, Grandson and
You have been such a JOY in our lives...
and we will miss you so much...forever.....
Jesus loves you even more..
Grandmother and Grandfather
Terry Alexander (Minot, ND)
Jun 26, 2022
Adam was a great person to work with. He was always willing and eager to learn something new! He is and will continue to be greatly missed by all of his crew members and supervision! Fly high Adam and watch out for all of us!
Dalton Benson (Harrisburg, South Dakota)
Jun 27, 2022
A man so dynamic and full of spirit cannot be matched. I dont posses the words to describe how beautiful of a person my friend was and the light he would shine on those around him.
We can only strive to be so divine
Love you with my whole heart.

Anon27 (anonymous, anonymous)
Jun 27, 2022
Adam (SnowyKold) you were a great friend, great man and it was an honor to know you. I will miss hanging out with you on the weekends in VR and causing trouble together. God Bless you snowy and may you finally have peace and happiness in the Kingdom of God.

-Aux Wellt o7
Max Wollny (Lübbenau, Brandenburg, Germany)
Jun 27, 2022
When i first talked to Adam in October of 2017, i wouldn't have thought that he would become one of my best friends.
He was a understanding, kind and cheerful man and always up for an adventure.
I'm glad i got to meet an amazing person like him and cherish the memories we made together.
Thank you Adam, thank you for always cheering me up when i felt bad, for making me laugh and for being the best friend a man could have asked for.

Bob Adkins (Minot, ND)
Jun 27, 2022
I first meet Adam in 2008 or 2009 when he and his family started attending the Church I founded and pastored in Minot, ND. It was always uplifting when I saw him. Recently he was returning from a trip and had a few minutes between the landing of his plane and the start of his day of work. Yet he and his father graciously stopped by my home while they were in Minot and assisted in moving a piece of heavy furniture that I needed assistance with. He was a giving and caring person and I am proud to call him friend. I truthfully believe that I will meet him again on the other side of this age.
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