Tony D. Adame

February 22, 1937May 14, 2011

Arrangements under the direction of Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Mortuary, and Crematory, Oceanside, California.

Tony Adame died Saturday, May 14, 2011 at his home in Oceanside, Calif. He was born Antonio Duarte Adame on February 22, 1937 in San Diego, Calif. Tony lived in Oceanside all of his life, and worked as a Mason Tender for over 35 years. He was a strong leader in the community and a proud member of Local 89. Tony was also proud to be part of the Oceanside High School Booster Club, and ran the Pirate Snack Bar for many years. He was a President if the Oceanside American Little League Baseball and a proud Manager for the Sieger Brothers team for over 20 years, including one undefeated season. Tony was preceded in death by his father, Ygnacio; his mother, Socorro;brother, Ruben; and sister, Margaret. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Dorothy; son, Tony Adame, Jr; sons and daughters-in-law, Nacho and Kelly Adame, Matt and Suzette Adame and Lena Adame; sister, Delia Ortiz; and sister and brother-in-law, Ernie and Jesus Martinez; and seven grandchildren, Rylee, Nacho, Jr., Jenna, Neenah, Jaysenia, Destiny, and Nayeli Adame.


  • Visitation Sunday, May 22, 2011
  • Rosary Service Sunday, May 22, 2011
  • Funeral Service Monday, May 23, 2011

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Leo Rios

July 5, 2011

Mr Adame worked with my Father Melecio Rios at the Nuclear Power Plant. I have so much respect for the Adame Family. I now have a Family of my own and I intend to try my best to raise my kids just the same way Mr Adame did. You will be missed.

Keleen Whiteside

June 10, 2011

Mr. Adame, was a role model to my brothers and a neighbor to my family. He was a proud man an you saw it every time you passed the house he would wave hello with a smile. Thank you

Mary Frias

June 7, 2011

He was well like and will be sorely missed.

rick castro

June 6, 2011

Tony was a good man with a good and my family will always love and respect u.god is lucky to have an angel like u.

Felix Saguing

June 3, 2011

Usted esta en un mejor lugar ahora - no mas dolor y preocupaciones y, un magnífico asiento de soporte eterno para cada juego Pirata. Resto en paz. mi amigo.

C&R Blackwood

June 1, 2011

I loved how Mr. Adame was a family man. There is so much to remember about you, but what I will remember and miss most, is your laughter, but I will never forget it and will never forget you. Our deepest condolences & prayers to you Mrs. Adame and your family. Love, Ro & Caroleann Blackwood

Mark Wilhelm

May 27, 2011

Dear Mrs. Adame, Tony, Jr, Nacho and Kelly Adame, Matt and Suzette Adame, Lena Saguing; Delia Ortiz; Ernie and Jesus Martinez; and Rylee, Nacho, Jr., Jenna, Neenah, Jaysenia, Destiny, and Nayeli Adame:

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Adame. He was such a great person and had a tremendous influence and impact on so many lives including mine. I remember my years playing on the Siegel Brothers Little League team. I remember the crack of his bat when we were taking infield and praying the ball wouldn't jump up and hit me practicing on the rocky field at Laurel. And I still hear him saying, "Come on Guerito, let's go, get a hit!"

You have my deepest condolences and are all in my prayers. May God bless you and May God be with you.

Mark "Guerito" Wilhelm
Siegel Brothers Little League Team Alum

Fernando Muro

May 27, 2011

I have a couple favorite memories of my Tio is on my graduation day he gave me good advice or I should say lecture :) I loved him for that cause it was something that stood with me all my life that moment on. I have a funny memory of my Tio Tony is when my brother Popito slept over and for lunch my Tio gave him a cold hot dog on a folded up bread old school style LOL my brother never ate a hot dog like that and complain later to my mom about it. I thought it was hilarious the look on my brothers face was pricless.

Emily Rosa

May 27, 2011

Our hearts and prayers go out to the Adam family. My best memories is when you'll would come down to my house and cousin Tony would be talking and telling stories. He will deeply be missed. We love you'll, love the Rosa Family.

Otis Raibon

May 26, 2011

Our deepest sympathy to the Adame family at their time of sorrow. Tony will be missed by all whose lives he touched in the neighborhood. If a guy from the Eastside played any football, baseball, or basketball...he met Tony. Our family knows that he is up there with Ruben, my mom, and her sister waiting to see the all-class football game next month! At least they will know that the Pirates will win one way, or another!! All of our love The Raibons