Oct. 12, 1998-July 6, 2019
Hunter Colton Adams made his final journey to be with the Lord on July 6, 2019.
Hunter was born on October 12th, 1998 in Great Falls, Montana. He made his entry into this world 2 months early and into the arms of Lance and Angel Adams, his parents.
He spent his elementary school years in Whitehall, his middle school years in Cardwell, and finally graduating from Twin Bridges High School in 2017.
After high school he worked various jobs until he found his place with Roger Hutchinson at the Main Street Market and construction business in Twin Bridges. Hunter wore many hats at his place of work, from stocking, running forklifts, driving the trucks, construction, and just being there to help close so others working at night wouldn't be alone. He was also currently learning to be a butcher.
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Hunter loved the outdoors from the time he stepped outside. He started shooting bows and guns at the age of two. He loved hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking in the outdoors with all of his family and friends. His favorite thing to do was to sit by a warm campfire in the middle of the night to relax in his thoughts. Hunter loved his life and lived it to the fullest without regrets. He cared for all that he loved and knew with all of his heart. He would protect and help anyone who was ever in need without a second thought.
Hunter came into this world in a breath and left it in a heartbeat.
Hunter was preceded in death by Alma Adams (Grandmother) James Hoyt Adams (Grandfather), Tilly Rose Doney (Great-Grandmother), Joseph Doney (Great-Grandfather), Ethel Prewett (Great-Grandmother), Clyde Prewett (Great-Grandfather) and Patricia Pitcher (Great-Aunt).
Hunter is survived by Lance Adams (Father), Angel Adams (Mother), Makenna Adams (Sister), Michael and Marigail Schreiner (Grandparents), Aunts and Uncles: Joe (Tonya) Barham; Doug Prewett, Terry (Sharon) Adams; Shane (Marilyn) Adamns; Randy (Glenna) Adams; Debbie (Frank) Dulaney; Kathy (Joe) Arnoldi; Susan McCullar; Donna Nelson; Joy Koepke; and numerous cousins.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, July 15, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. from St. Teresa Catholic Church at Whitehall with Father Elias Kabuk officiating. Interment will follow in the Whitehall Cemetery. The family will be receiving friends Sunday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at the K&L Mortuary Chapel at Whitehall.