Angie Adams

April 16, 1971October 2, 2013

FORT WORTH -- Angie Adams, 42, of Fort Worth passed away Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Memorial service: 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Chapel, 6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to a memorial fund for her children. Checks payable to the Angie Adams Memorial Fund may be sent to My Credit Union, 5744 Watauga Road, Watauga, Texas 76137. Angie was a devoted mother and friend. She was a beautiful, generous, loyal and loving spirit who was full of life and a friend to all. Survivors: Husband, Jon; daughter, Brittany; son, Tyler; parents, Robert and Millie Gustafson; brother and sister-in-law, Richard and Laurie Gustafson; several and aunts, uncles and cousins.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, October 10, 2013

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Amber Hoiland

October 13, 2013

I'm so sorry for your loss I didn't know Angie but I work with her mom Millie in laundry. Rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers are with the family

Kevin Carel

October 10, 2013

We at The Carel Corporation are blessed to have had the opportunity to work with Angie during this past year. She was always happy, a delight to work with and brought something special to the office. Everyone enjoyed working with her. We will miss her greatly. Our thoughts and payers go out to her family.

Candy Pedigo

October 10, 2013

My heart is breaking for the Adams family as well as the extended family and friends. I pray that God will comfort you at this most difficult time and bring peace to your heart. Although I did not know Angie well, our daughters played sports together and she always had such a sweet disposition and a smile that could light up a room! May God bring strength, comfort and wisdom to her husband and children for years to come.

God Bless

October 9, 2013

What an amazing woman. Very giving, thoughtful and generous. One of the things I remember and will miss so much is her wonderful laugh and smile.

You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Kristy Moore

Jan Allred

October 9, 2013

I miss you Angie. Everywhere I go I expect to see your car at the traffic light and wave to you as you head one direction and I head in the other. You had the most beautiful face and smile, full of joy and laughter. You seemed to have a way with turning any frown upside down. We sat and stood in so many bleachers as our girls competed in everything possible. You were such a blessing to be the ride to and from school and the ears of the car as the girls would talk about the happenings at school. We knew so much all because the girls were willing to share all things with you around. It takes a complete village to raise kids and my village is one very special person smaller today. Brittany and Ty, your mom was incredible. Always remember your mom loved you, was your greatest cheerleader, delighting in your successes, proud to be your taxi, and more proud to be Mom.

Earth has lost a beautiful soul, but Heaven rejoices. Brittany, Tyler, and family, hugs and tons of love to you all. Angie, rest well my sweet friend.

October 9, 2013

To all the family of Angie. I havent seen her since my girls and her were in school together in Ray. She was a beautiful young lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jay Whillock

October 9, 2013

I told a friend the best way to describe Angie Adams was two words, TEAM MOM. Juggling all schedules to make sure Brittany and Tyler were always where they should be for sports etc. She was like another coach for us. She got things done. She cheered hard and loud for EVERY player, not just Tyler. I already miss your spirited texts Angie and I will probably send one final text to you to feel complete in some way. Love to Jon Brittany and Tyler.
Coach Jay

October 9, 2013

So very sorry for your loss. Angie had the greatestt smile and her laugh was infectious! My prayers are with you all. Patty (Rossmiller) Skarphol

Vern & Jacki Barman

October 9, 2013

Keeping you in our thoughts & prayers at this difficult time. Remember all the wonderful times you had together.

Eva Lutz

October 9, 2013

Angie was one of my best friends. She was so full of life and so much fun to be around. She was one of those people that could just go, go, go! I was always so amazed by how much energy and spirit she had. She was one of those people that saw what needed to be done and just did it. The first time I met Angie, it was through another close friend of ours, and Angie ended up meeting us over at my house where we were all hanging out. She had explained to us that while she was coming to visit she was going to have to ball a watermelon for one of Brittany's soccer or volleyball tournaments. It was Angie's turn to pack the snacks for the girls for this particular tournament, is what I understood. Anyways, she came over to my house with a big watermelon in hand and immediately started rolling balls out of it. We had agreed to help her, but since she only had one watermelon baller, we got the job of counting out the balls and dividing them up into baggies for the girls. Well it took all of us to sort them and bag them since she was like a machine balling that watermelon. I have never seen someone ball a watermelon like that woman did. She would tell stories about how she had to run Ty to this game and Britt to that game and then come home at late hours and she would stay up and wash jerseys and get everything ready for the next day. She did it all. I swore she never slept and she was still up and ready for the next day's events! She was amazing.

I learned so much from Angie in the short time I knew her. I just can't believe that I'm not going to hear her perky "Hello!" when she would walk through my door, or her cute chuckle anymore. She had the most beautiful smile and the most vibrant eyes. I miss the way she would slap you to get your attention when she wanted you to focus on what she was saying. I miss the way she panicked when she couldn't find her phone right away or when it was about to go dead and she couldn't find her charger. I miss her complaining about how she was losing her tan and she needed to lay out cause she was getting too light. I miss her spiky hair, she got compliments on her hair everywhere she went. I miss how no matter what time you made plans with her she was always late. I miss how she would always light up a room, I remember countless times when she would finally come over how the whole life of the party came to life.

Things have changed so much since her passing, I just can't believe it. It is so unreal. It's like this is all a bad dream.

I love you Angie, I miss you will always be in my heart