Adam D. Nemer, age 49, of Plymouth MN, lost his courageous battle with cancer on Saturday the 20th of December. A private service on Wednesday December 30 at 11 a.m. will be led by Rabbi Marci Zimmerman and streamed via Zoom for all to join. The service will be followed by an opportunity for friends and family to share stories about Adam, or share their condolences with the family. Please join the service via this link:
Adam was born May 29, 1971 in St. Louis Park, MN to parents Roz Kloner and Bob Nemer and was older brother to sister Melissa.
Adam’s life was centered around his love of family, friends, music, music with friends, and Mustangs. Adam married his wife Heather Schuller in 2000. Not long after their family grew with sons Jack (16) Max (13) and daughter Teagan (8). Adam is survived by his parents, sister Melissa and husband Josh Einhorn (Samson and Ayla), beloved uncles, aunts and cousins. Sadly, Adam was preceded in death by all four of his grandparents, mother-in-law Gini, and recently his father-in-law Rod Schuller.
Adam’s love for his friends ran deep. He always lived in the Twin Cities area and had an amazing crew of friends he had been tight with since childhood, including dear friends Dan and Paul since they were seven! His high school friends are still his closest.
Since Adam was in the music business, his taste was eclectic yet particular, and only his favorite music was the best. He played drums from age 13, leading him to play in local music groups, most notably The Dustbunnies. Adam started his career at Roger Dodger then joined Metro Sound and Light of St. Paul, spending 25 years driving their sales. Adam also ran sound for his church family at Prairie Oak Community Church. Simply said, the man knew his way around music and a sound board.
Memories that Heather and his friends share include concerts like the Grateful Dead, Rush and The Radiators, Adams father taking him and his friend Dan to their first Rolling Stones concert, and camping and skiing stories galore!
Ever since anyone could remember Adam was “Mustang this, Mustang that.” Some people have extravagant trips on their bucket list; Adam had a Mustang on his. Heather gave him the gift of a lifetime and was able to surprise him with a 1966 Ford Mustang! The look on his face when he saw it was priceless! He loved every second he had with his Mustang, second only to the time he spent with dear family and friends.
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