Adam Kaseman, 95, Jamestown, died Monday Sept. 19, 2022 at SMP Health Ave Maria, Jamestown.

Adam was born June 23, 1927 in Wishek, ND, the son of Edward and Christina (Schilling) Kaseman. He attended the local rural school where he received his elementary education.

He entered the US Army December 18, 1945 at Fort Snelling, MN. He served in Korea from October 1946 – July 1947. Adam re-enlisted June 19, 1946 and was discharged July 20, 1947, at Camp Stoneman, CA, with the rank of T-4 Tech Sgt.

Adam and Lorraine Meidinger were married April 10, 1949 at Zeeland, ND.   They made their home on a farm where they farmed until 1956 when they moved to Fargo, ND.  In 1957 they moved to Fredonia where Adam drove bulk delivery truck.  In August of 1967 they moved to Gackle where he worked at the Gackle Co-op Elevator. Adam later started his own trucking company before taking over as manager for the Gackle Co-op Oil Company in 1976. He retired in 1989 and continued to reside in Gackle until 2008 when they moved to Jamestown. Following the death of his wife in 2016 he continued to live in Jamestown.

He was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Gackle, having served on the church board, life member of the Gackle American Legion Post 250, drove Gackle School bus for many years, was greens keeper at the Gackle Country Club and loved to play golf.

He is survived by his children, Susan (JC) Balcom, Mandan, ND; Christine (Dave) Bhend, Chippewa Falls, WI; Curtis (Kim) Kaseman, Jamestown, ND; Corey (Angie) Kaseman, Bismarck, ND; 8 grandchildren, 4 step-grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren; 1 daughter-in-law, Venetia Kaseman, England; 2 brothers, and 1 sister, Edward (Alice) Kaseman, Bismarck, ND; Clifton (Laverne) Kaseman, Wishek, ND; and Erna (Lyle) Tallman, WA.

Adam was preceded in death by his parents, 1 son Rick, 3 brothers, Howard, Marvin and Arthur, and 1 sister, Leona.

Visitation – 4-7:00 PM Thursday @ the Haut Funeral Home, Jamestown

Funeral Service – 10:30 AM Friday September 23, 2022 @ the Haut Funeral Home

Burial – 2:30 PM Friday September 23, 2022 @ St. Luke Lutheran Cemetery, Wishek, ND