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Billie Faye Adams

July 10, 1948 - April 20, 2021

Billie Faye Adams was born on July 10th, 1948 to Helen Mae Burns and Lee Roy Allison. The Lord called her home, and she gained her Angel wings on April 20th, 2021 at 9:00pm. She was the eldest daughter of 7 children. She married Charles Weldon Adams on October 29th of 1966.

Billie worked as a secretary of Grand Avenue Presbyterian church in Sherman, Texas for 7 years. She spent the remainder of her working years as a Certified Nursing Assistant caring for others. She was a born Caregiver.

Billie was an avid Gardner and Bird Watcher. Her morning ritual consisted of coffee under the gazebo while watching birds. She had a green thumb and a true love of gardening. If you asked her what her favorite flower was, she would reply with “ I Love Them All.” In the evenings you would find her watching Dr Pol, The Voice or Family Feud.

She loved her family and was always happy to see company. A chance to cook a big, family meal always put a smile on her face. She was known for her chicken fried chicken and fried potatoes. She would never turn down a chance at a good board game. Billie was a very loving and giving person. She was truly an unforgettable lady and admired by many. Anyone who ever met her loved her.

She is preceded in death by her Mother and Father, eldest brother, Dale Allison, and her husband, Charles Adams. She leaves behind 4 daughters: Angela Hyepock and husband, Jason, of Kansas, Shellie Shokes and husband, Brent, of South Carolina, Lisa Luster and husband, Jeremy, of Texas, Pamela Morrow and husband, Dustin, of Indiana, 10 Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren, her sister, Dorothy Lunsford, of Texas, Ronnie Allison and wife, Connie, of Texas, Donnie Allison and wife, Clydene, of Texas, Deborah Allison of Texas and Patricia Moncrief of Texas.

Billie’s was an amazing Mother and will be truly missed.

She will be inurned next to her husband Charles at Oak Hill Cemetery, Whitewright, Texas.

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May you Rest In Peace nanny. Thank you for all the wonderful and fond memories. You will be forever in our hearts and missed. Jerry, May 3, 2021 Miss you mom! Jeremy Luster, May 3, 2021 Billie you touched my heart! And will always cherish our friendship! They love I saw in your house with your family was like no other! Tammy Avants , May 3, 2021 Sis, You will always be missed. I will always cherish the times that we got to spend together. Having our coffee each morning, watching the birds. solving our worldly problems. I know that you are in Gods hands now and a better place than on this ol earth. I love and will always miss you, Ronnie Ronnie Allison, May 2, 2021 I have had the privilege of having my "sister" in my life for 48 years. She has taught me how to be a better person by example. I will forever miss her. I will carry our memories together forever in my heart. connie, May 2, 2021 I love you so much Nannie Billie. I know you’re resting in peace. Hailey Claus, May 2, 2021 You are the best grandma anyone could ask for. Even though I didn't get much time with you, you meant a lot to me. There is nothing in this world that will ever replace you and I love you very much. I hope you are having the time of your life in Heaven and I just wish I had spent more time with you while you were here. I love you very much Nannie Billie. God bless you and may God take care of you. Jared Briley, May 2, 2021 Nana Billie was a great person and a great nana. She was nice to everybody and cared for other people. We will all love and remember her as a mother and a grandmother. Love you nana.
Brennen shokes, May 2, 2021 You were the kindest and most loving person I have ever known. You were not just my Mom but my best friend. Missing you terribly already, but I know this is not goodbye forever...just bye for now. Until then I will carry you in my heart always.
Shellie Shokes, May 2, 2021
I'm SO sorry to hear of Billie's passing. Keeping the family in thoughts & prayers, at this time. Mary Ann Starnes, May 2, 2021 To my saving grace, you will be forever missed. I love you!
Angela Hyepock, May 2, 2021
You were an amazing woman and mother. God gained a beautiful angel. You earned your wings, fly high. Always on my mind, forever in my heart.
Lisa Luster, May 2, 2021