Ann Mae Adams

July 10, 1956 - September 21, 2023
Southcrest Baptist Church
3801 S Loop 289
Lubbock, TX 79423
(806) 797-9000 | Map
Wednesday 9/27, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Ann Mae Adams was born July 10, 1956, to the late Arthur B. and Garnet Mae (Livingston) Adams in Saint Joseph, MO. Ann was welcomed home by her big brother, Jay B. Adams.  In 1974, she graduated from Wathena High School, Wathena, KS and in 1978, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical educationContinue Reading

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BSWH Compliance Family! left a message on September 27, 2023:
Sherry Deaton left a message on September 29, 2023:
My heart is heavy with sadness. Ann and we’re close friends and shared many adventures. She was like an aunt to my girls. She was a true believer and totally devoted to her church and her music. Heaven gained a singing Angel who I am so sad to have lost from our earthly world. I would like to thank the Britt family for their living care of my dear friend. She was taken too soon.
Susan Winkel left a message on September 28, 2023:
May God bless and keep you in this time of sorrow. May her memory forever live in your hearts.
Theresa Rohrer left a message on September 27, 2023:
So so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing but know your family has the best guardian Angel ever Theresa Harris Rohrer Class of 73
Michael Baumann left a message on September 27, 2023:
I had the opportunity to work with at BSWHP. One of our commitments is to serve faithfully. Ann did this not only in her professional career, but in her daily life. Ann had a big heart for helping others and lived to serve. We also shared a love for the Kansas City Chiefs. After Ann retired, we spent a lot of time texting back and forth talking about the team and games. Ann will be missed! Sending thoughts and prayers to her family!
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Virginia Winder left a message on September 27, 2023:
Precious, in the sight of the LORD, is the death of his saints. ~Psalm 116:15~ Ann was a beautiful saint. Heaven's choir got sweeter, September 21st. Ann was a vivacious and spirited woman! Her smile was bigger than life! She lived what she believed, and she's really living now! Know this, those same loving arms that welcomed Ann to her eternal home, are also securely wrapped around you, her loved ones, and friends. May His comfort & peace be yours. There's a glad reunion day, coming, and those who believe in Jesus, whom Ann loved and served, will see her again, someday! I'm looking forward to that day. Until Then, my heart will go on singing... I know that's what Ann would do!
Dina Stewart left a message on September 26, 2023:
Ann was a wonderful cousin, great Christian woman and she stood behind her beliefs 100%. I will miss her very much but know that she is with the Lord and singing with the angels
Cathy Ehrenfeld left a message on September 26, 2023:
Ann was a devout Christian who loved the Lord and served well. Her smile, laugh and bigger than life personality live on. Always ready to help her friends, I remember her regularly mowing a friend’s yard just because she could. We both worked in the medical field and attended the same seminars. Ann was great at any facet of her career. I will miss her, but, I rejoice she has pain no more. Rest in glory my friend.
Kami schwab left a message on September 24, 2023:
I first met Ann working the Ada Elevator door I was the ticket scanner for KT Black . I am so sorry for y’all’s loss she always had a smile on her face .
Gaynell Hendrick left a message on September 24, 2023:
I met Ann while working for FirstCare. I laugh at myself for thinking she was a mean person. That is so far from the truth. She is direct with her responses but is one of the most caring individuals there was. Ann was truly an angel on this earth. She will be truly missed by all that knew her. My prayers and condolences go out to all of her family's and friends. Gaynell Hendrick
Carol King left a message on September 23, 2023:
I have known Ann for some time, and really got to know her better during game day at Southcrest Baptist. She so loved playing "Joker". I will miss her laughing and having so much fun!
Kay Stamaugh left a message on September 23, 2023:
I had the privilege of working with Ann at Good News Club. The children loved her and her wonderful spirit. She just exuded joy, even when we knew she wasn’t feeling well. I loved watching her sing in the choir, also. I think that Ann is a great example of how we should live our lives…serving Jesus up to the last moment possible. “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
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