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Ella Faye Adams

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Ella Faye Adams, age 73, passed away peacefully Dec. 6, 2019 at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.  She was born May 2, 1946, to Dewey Lee Hines and Ethel Mae (Cowart) Hines in San Antonio.  
She married Steven Peter Adams Jan. 4, 1969, in Las Cruises, N.M. and celebrated 50 years of marriage in January 2019.
Ella was a full-time mother and wife, creating the most loving home while raising her children through their school years. Taking a job with the Mabank school system while her youngest finished his high school years. As an empty nester, she took a position in the records department of the JCPenney-Aegon Insurance Company located in Plano until her retirement.
Well known for her delicious dishes made with love, retirement allowed her to continue to share her gift with her family and friends who savored her creations to the fullest. Ella was a breast cancer survivor and pronounced cancer free in 2016. Ella and Steven enjoyed their retirement together and loved each other to the fullest every day.  A continual inspiration to all who witnessed their love for one another over the past 51 years together.
Ella is survived by her husband Steven Adams, brother Roger Hines and wife Bonnie,  sister Lenora (Hines) Uhl, brother-in-law Christian Adams, daughter Ethel (Adams) Olague and husband Edgar,  son Eugene Adams, her three grandchildren Anthony Olague, Isabella Olague and Victor Adams, nieces Tawnia Clymer and Heather Harris, and nephews, Charles Hill, Preston Hines, Kevin Uhl and Mark Uhl.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019 at Prairieville Baptist Church located at 3638 FM 90 in Mabank followed by a lunch on the church grounds (provided by the wonderful Ladies of Prairieville Baptist Church of which Ella was one of them) to share fellowship and your favorite memories of Ella with the Family.
Ella’s body will be laid to rest in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Military Cemetery in a private immediate family service.
A personal tribute may be made online at