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Alix Trask

December 19, 1989 — September 7, 2022

Alix Paige Trask (Adermann) passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday September 7, 2022, from a vehicle pedestrian accident. She was born at Minot AFB, ND on 19 December 1989 to USAF retired MSgt Dale Adermann and Vicki Rae (Oelrich) Adermann.

Alix lived in North Dakota, Minnesota, and in grade school moved to Texas with her family. She was blessed with many talents and gifts such as playing the piano by ear, running, soccer, and writing. She was active in many club soccer teams throughout the years, including the Lions. She attended Steele high school and excelled at the sport, gaining All-Conference and All-District honors her senior year (2008) and scored over 50 goals. That same year, she was awarded a scholarship to attend Schreiner University.

Alix adored her family and friends, enjoyed music, art, laughter, love, fun, and the Green Bay Packers! She was close in her faith with God and was a volunteer at the River City Community Church in Selma, TX. Whatever life happenings occurred, she always relied on her God and Savior Jesus Christ.

She was married in August of 2012 to Eric Trask. They had one son, Daxton T. Trask. She is survived by her three beloved children, Daxton, Zaylee Rae, and Zaiden; Parents, Dale and Vicki Rae Adermann of Texas; Brother Zane Adermann of Texas; Great Grandparents, Victor and Janis Oelrich of Little Falls, MN; and Uncle and Aunt Mathew and Jennifer Oelrich and cousins Gavin, Madelyn, and Isabelle of Dellwood, MN; Uncle and Aunt Dean and Carin Adermann and cousins Jacob (Annie & Samuel Call) Miller, and Rebecca Miller of Texas.

A celebration of life is planned for a later date with close family and friends. The family of Alix would like to thank everyone who provided loving kindness, sweet and comforting thoughts and prayers.

John 16:33: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

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