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Army in 1942.One day prior to shipping out to begin his service to the United States, Adam married the love of his life, Bernice Roerich (the daughter of Pius and Anna (Mosset) Roerich. They were married Nov. 1, 1942, in Muskogee, Okla. The day after they were married, Bernice returned to Bismarck and Adam shipped out with the 188th Field Artillery for Normandy Beach. Adam proudly served his country in World War II as a tank driver, a job which resulted in him driving the lead tank on to Normandy Beach. Field Artillery in Normandy until the end Bivirkninger of World War II, earning the rank of TF Corporal. Adam was honorably discharged from the Army in 1945.Upon discharge, Adam returned to the love of his life, Bernice, and they made their home in the Bismarck Mandan area, first living in the basement of his grandmother's home and then moving into their own home where they lived and raised their children and where Adam remained after his wife's death and continued living there with his youngest son and his family.Adam worked at numerous auto mechanic garages in the Bismarck Mandan area. Adam worked at numerous auto mechanic garages in the Bismarck Mandan area for 38 years including Ward Motors and retiring from Iten Pontiac. During this time Adam also worked at the Howard Thompson Ranch as a ranch hand. Adam seldom took a vacation but on the rare times he did take time off he enjoyed hunting and fishing with his two Anavar 1 Hour Before Workout boys.Adam was a lifetime member of the American Legion and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. 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Adam was a friend to all he met and was a very caring and compassionate man.Adam will be deeply missed by his children, Robert "Bob" (Irene), Arizona City, Ariz., Charlotte "Char" (Ron Szudera), Bismarck, Virginia "Chip" Bahm, Fort Yates, and Wayne (Nancy) Storick, Mandan; his son in law, Lee Bahm, Menoken; his adopted daughter in law, Fay, Bismarck; his grandchildren, Rodney, Coreen, Glen, Gina, Amanda, Austin, Coltin, Jeff and Jenny; his great grandchildren, Blain, Brandon, Kamryn, Michael Jr., Justin, Ryan, Matthew, Casey, Emma, Danika, Megan, Cody, Derek, Hunter, Tanner, Tatum, DeShae and Kayde; and his "special girls," nieces, Jackie and Norleen, along with many other nieces 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron and nephews.Adam was preceded in death by the love of his life, Bernice, who died Aug. 24, 1993, in a Minneapolis hospital; his daughter, Mary Lou and daughter in law, Nancy; his parents, 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron Ralph and Margaret; his brothers, Dick and Bill; his sisters, Eva, Katie, Barbara and Francis; and his grandson, Michael Sr.Submit ObituariesThe Bismarck Tribune runs two types of obituaries. 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