William Davidson

May 25, 2001-June 7, 2021

William Davidson, 20,

Minot, formerly of Willis-

ton, passed away on Mon-

day, June 7, 2021 at a

Minot hospital from com-

plications of diabetes.

William Lee Conrad Da-

vidson was born on May

25, 2001 in Williston to

Jared and Kandice (Evitt)

Davidson. He was raised

in Williston until Febru-

ary of 2011, when his

family moved to Minot.

William graduated from

South Prairie High School

in 2019. William worked

for Conlin’s Furniture in

Minot putting together

and delivering furniture.

He was planning on auto-

motive trade school

classes in the fall.

When he was 9 months

old, William was diag-

nosed with diabetes, be-

ginning a life long battle

with the illness. He never

let it define who he was,

which was loyal, loving,

charismatic, and intelli-

gent. His blue eyes and

smile would light up a

room when he entered.

He loved his family and

his friends deeply – if

they were ever in need he

did his best to help them.

He was always putting

others first.

William was also a

prankster who had a

unique sense of style. His

family is sure that he was

trying to earn his spot as a

“People of Walmart”. Wil-

liam was very much his

own person who was able

to laugh at himself

without a care about what

others might think.

William loved his truck,

his music, and being out-

doors. He enjoyed going

to the beach, fishing,

hunting, and bowling. He

will be greatly missed by

all who knew him.

William is survived by:

his father, Jared (Sheillby)

Davidson; mother, Kan-

dice (James) Foster; broth-

er, Devin Foster; sisters,

Christina, Hannah, Sofie,

and Lynleigh;

step-brothers, Christophor

and Jaramiah; stepsisters,

Temperence and Emalee;

grandparents, Lana and

Dwight Linde and Sandra

Evitt; great-grandparents,

R.D. Evitt and Freddie

Huber; and numerous

aunts, uncles, cousins,

and many friends who he

considered family.

He was preceded in

death by: his


Rosalie Huber, Lillian Ev-

itt, Madeline Linde and

Alice Pewonka;

great-grandfather, Garfield

Linde; grandfather, Willi-

am Davidson; and uncle,

Darren Linde.

A Celebration of Life

Service will be held on

Friday, June 25, 2021 at 4

p.m. at the South Prairie

High School south of

Minot with a potluck fel-

lowship to follow. The

service will be lives-

treamed for the public to

view and can be accessed

by going to the

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral home website:


larson.com. Those wish-

ing to sign the online re-

gister and share memories

may access the online obi-

tuaries section at