18 March 2007
Sarah Emmaline Adame
It is with extremely heavy heart that I share with all of you news of the death of Sarah Emmaline Adame. She and three friends died Friday evening in a car crash on a rural stretch of SH21 near Melrose, Texas.
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We are all deeply saddened at hearing of this loss and extend our deepest sympathies to James, Pamela and their respective, immediate and extended families.
James arrived in Dallas this afternoon and will be traveling to Hemphill today. Arrangements are still pending and any additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
from the TyronePA.com
published on 21 March 2007
Sarah Emmaline Adame
Sarah Emmaline Adame, 17, of the Patroon Community in Shelby County, Texas passed away Friday, March 16, 2007.
She was born November 3, 1989 in Sarasota, Florida to James Adame and Pamela Hale Adame.
Sarah was a student at Hemphill High School where she participated in UIL, drill team, the drama club, varsity soccer, the gourmet club and was president of the Robotics Club.
She had been a resident of Patroon for the past six months, having previously lived in Birmingham, Pennsylvania and Seattle, Washington.
At the family's request, Sarah has been cremated. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, March 23, 2007 at First Assembly of God Church in San Augustine, Texas with Rev. Jeff Headrick officiating.
Survivors include: mother, Pamela Hale of Seattle, Washington; father, James Adame and wife Katherine of Birmingham, Pennsylvania; sister, Eve Marie Adame of Birmingham, Pennsylvania; brother, James Adame of Birmingham, Pennsylvania; grandparents, James and Barbara Hale of the Patroon Community, Shelby County, Texas; grandmother, Margaret Trott of Tyler, Texas; grandfather, Fred Adame of Viera, Florida; great-grandfather, Rev. Harry S. Coons, Jr. of Seminole, Texas; great-grandmother, Letha Mae Hale of San Augustine, Texas and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.
Memorials can be made to the Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, 1100 Fairview Avenue East, Seattle, Washington, 98109.
Arrangements are by Watson and Sons Funeral Home, Center, Texas.
revised to include the obituary published Tuesday, 21 March 2007, in the Daily Sentinel.
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