Celebrating Adam Murat  :::  May 1984 - April 2010

Did you see Adam's Billboard?


Adam Murat was a man of incredible talent and an infectious personality. He was one of those rare individuals that lived life to the fullest, and inspired those around him to do the same.  Tragically, Adam was killed
on April 15th, 2010 in an accident on his way back from the mountains.

While at work as a foreman, hanging vinyls for billboards and signs around the Denver Metro area, Adam created innovations that will continue to be used. If you've been to Denver recently you've probably seen a sign that he has worked on. From the electronic billboard at I-25 and Colorado Blvd., to the record-setting signs on the Spire building downtown, Adam's legacy lives on.

It is for this reason that his family, friends and coworkers could not think of a better way of honoring this young man than erecting one final billboard in his honor. If you saw the billboard on I-70 and Wadsworth, you experienced just a glimpse of the man we knew and loved. LOVE, LAUGH and LIVE MORE. It was Adam's way of life, a motto he would have approved of.

Adam's family and friends would like to thank and recognize Ted Mills (Hi-Country Signs Service, Inc.
) and Dan Avjean (United Advertising Corporation) for their generosity and friendship to Adam.

"If you're not
living for happiness,
then what's the point?"

Adam Murat
Billboard's location: