Patsy Jean Adams Aday 58, passed away peacefully on August 3, 2017 with her family by her side. She was born in Houston, Texas on July 7, 1959 to Alma Lee Adams Baugh. She was a lifelong Houstonian and graduated in 1977 from Sam Houston High. The light of her life, daughter Pamela Lengle entered her world on September 10, 1990. She was a devoted mother who never let a day go by that she didn’t tell Pamela how much she was treasured. In 1993 she met her life partner Glenn Aday and married him on March 20, 1996. They shared many interests and loved doing them together. Patsy never went far from her best friends: Bobby Williamson, Sandy Herzog, and Sherry Griffo. Stories could be told but “pinkie swears” are in play. There has never been one more passionate about her career than Patsy. She loved Swagelok and the many coworkers who became dear friends. Cancer struck in 2009 with a fury and throughout the battle she remained certain in could be beat. She will always be remembered for her kind loving compassion toward anyone in need and she will be missed by many. Patsy is survived by her husband, Glenn H. Aday, Jr., daughter, Pamela Lengle, sister, Glenda Scarbrough, and a myriad of friends too many to list. A celebration of life will be held at Raveneaux Country Club, 9415 Cypresswood Drive on Wednesday, August 9th from 12-2pm. Donations may be made to Cancer Research, MD Anderson Hospital, or Houston Hospice.
Patsy was the ultimate caretaker. She took in strays; human and furry friends and loved them until they could handle life on their own. She was known as Momma to many. She was always the happiest when her home was filled with laughter, friends, and pets. There has never been a more positive person. When she began her battle with Renal Cell Carcinoma, there wasn't one day that she didn't believe she couldn't slay the beast. She loved flowers, candles, and watching soaps, Bonanza, and SVU. Her home was always decorated to the finest detail for every holiday and family celebration. Christmas was her favorite holiday. If you were loved by Patsy you knew you were loved. Her passing will be felt for years to come.