David Enoch Adame
David Enoch Adame, 34 years old, was born on July 3, 1987 in Del Rio, Texas. He was called home during
Holy Week to his Heavenly Father on April 11, 2022. David is survived by his loving parents, Rudy and Faith Adame, his siblings; Eli Joe-John Adame, (Kara), Eve Adame and Michael Adame. Nieces and nephew, Kaylie, Anthony and Elizabeth, his grandmother, Janie H. Adame and numerous Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. He is preceded in death by his loving grandparents Rudy Adame Sr, Joe Ramirez and Concepcion Ramirez.
David was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, having been ordained to the position of Priest. In his youth, he proudly participated in the Boy Scouts, and acquired many merit badges and skills along the way.
David was a very confident, intelligent, ambitious and curious young man. His curious personality and zest for paving his own path, lead him towards an associate degree in computer networking from Lone Star College Cyfair. In turn, he pursued a career in troubleshooting and repairing computers, even launching a small entrepreneur venture of his own.
Prior to pursuing his independent career, David worked in fine dining as a top notch “A” ranking waiter. He then obtained a prime position with B&B Butchers, a fine dining Houston hotspot for weddings, receptions, and celebrities. With his energetic spirit, David quickly became a preferred and highly requested waiter amongst so many of the guests.
David also loved billiards and was an avid enthusiast of the sport. In his free time, he loved playing tournaments, and was even a vital member of a pool league. He also appreciated art and the love of creating art. He showcased much of that passion in his handcrafted gifts and inventions. David absolutley loved animals. He took great pride in his best friend and four-legged baby, his dog, Checkers who passed two years prior.
May David and all his unique energy be preserved in our hearts and minds forever. We will always cherish his laughter, love, and passion for life. Our time with him on this earth will forever remain a blessing, a privilege, and a gift.
A Celebration of Life ceremony to commemorate David will be held locally, in the near future. Details will be organized and shared by the Family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that you consider making a donation to the Cure HHT organization at https://curehht.org/