In Loving Memory of
Bridgette Aileen Adams
September 16, 1959 - August 21, 2021
Bridgette Aileen Adams was born on September 16, 1959, in Ft. Hood, Texas, to Garfield and Mattie (Moore) Adams. Funeral Services at 10 am on Monday, August 30, 2021, at the Heritage Funeral Home 425 East Central Texas Expressway Harker Heights, TX 76548.
Interment will follow at the Killeen Memorial Park. Services are entrusted to Killeen Memorial Funeral Home in Killeen, Texas.
Bridgette Adams is preceded in death by her parents Garfield Adams and Mattie Adams, and niece Ursula Lilley.
She leaves her loving family, Kila Adams (daughter) of Temple, Texas; Kyrone Walker (son) of Leander, Texas; and Shanequea Wright (daughter) of Leesville, Louisiana.
She leaves her grandchildren Ta’Nequea, E’mani, Prince, Maykia, and Adrianna. Great-grandchild Arianna.
She leaves her sisters Minister Rita and Reggie Howard of Killeen, Texas; Debra Johnson of Waco, Texas; and Minister Sonya and Reverend Wendell Hosey of Pflugerville, Texas.
She leaves her nephews, Wendell JT Hosey, D’Jiron Lilley, Faijon Lilley; and, her nieces, Celes Reed, Wyntrane Hosey, Destiny Lilley, and numerous cousins.
She leaves her Aunt Dollie and Pastor B. R Reese of Pflugerville, and Anasa Foster-Brooks (1st Cousin).
Our dear mother and sister peacefully passed away on August 21, 2021, at 61 years old. As God grants her eternal rest, our warrior will be missed by many. She resided in Leesville, Louisiana for several years and had recently returned to Texas.
While residing in Louisiana, she remained a member of New Zion Christian Fellowship Ministries of Killeen, Texas, under Bishop G.L Grace of Killeen, Texas. In her active membership she served in the Usher and Hospitality Ministries. She assisted Bishop G. L. Grace carry out the mission of the Word of Life Substance Abuse Center.
She received a Doctor of Theology from the American International Bible Institute and Seminary. She followed the vision of her church ministry, "To turn the hearts of the people to the Lord Jesus. To build a people in knowledge, wisdom, and understanding through the Word that the Lord finds pleasure. To reach out to the oppressed, the rejected, those written off by society, and considered to be hopeless (jails, prisons, nursing homes, homeless, addicts and the juveniles)."
We will always remember her big smile. She loved reading her “Daily Bread.” She had a passion for helping women who needed support and was an adamant prayer warrior and encourager. She tells her story on the Iron Sharpens Iron Podcast, “Life Journey of Bridgette Adams.” Her children called her a "fighter," never giving up. Every visit with her sisters, Rita, Debra, and Sonya were highlighted with a specific mission or girl talk; the four sisters came together putting together homeless bags and care packages. That is what the Adams girls do, as founders of the Moore 4 Sisters, known as Iron Sharpens Iron – 4MySisters Network. A network which started with four and now has grown to 845 women.
The family expressed its deepest gratitude to those who supported our beloved mother and sister. We love you, Bernard Trejo. You set beside her and shared so much love and kindness. You will never be forgotten. We thank the dedicated care of the staff of Encompass Hospice Care in Austin, Texas. We are grateful to those who visited, called, and prayed during her final days. Special love and adoration for Rev. Dr. B. R. and Dollie (Aunt) and Anasa Foster-Brooks (first cousin); Mother Stephenson; Donna Johnson for calling and praying daily; the Marlboro Heights Family – Ms. Darlene Graham, Pam Graham, Patrice Graham, and Jennifer Wiley. Thank you, Marlboro Heights family for reminding us about the depths of a true family. Bridgette is remembered as the “faster runner” in Marlboro Heights.
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