Miranda Denise Adams ’02

mAdams Miranda Denise Adams

Santa Fe, Texas


Biomedical Sciences major

Resident of Mosher Hall


I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength. PHILIPPIANS 4:13

“God’s hand is always there; once you grasp it, you’ll never want to let it go.” – Miranda Denise Adams


What a precious gift from God you were to us. You were a blessing in our lives from the day you were born, June 27, 1980. We will always remember your lovely, expressive eyes and beautiful, warm smile.

You were excited and joyous about life and thrilled to be part of the Aggie family. You possessed the ‘Aggie Spirit’ deep within you. How very proud you were to be a member
of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2002.

The measure of your life was not in the length, but in how you lived with integrity, enthusiasm, joy, and love. You were filled with God’s Spirit to live your faith. Your love of God and belief in His promise of eternal life continues to be an inspiration in our lives.

We are very proud of you for the impact you had on so many lives. You live on in the kindness and joy you showed, the happiness you shared, and the love you brought into our lives. These memories are the treasures that we will cherish in our hearts forever. You are dearly loved and greatly missed by your family and friends.

We will always celebrate your life. We love you Miranda.

Kenny & Carolyn Adams,
Mark Adams ’03,
Greg, Kelly, Tyler Michelle & Gregory Adams

Miranda attended Camp Briers Fish Camp in August 1998, where she
shared her priorities as God, Family and Friends, and Academics.

  • 1998 Honor Graduate, Santa Fe High School
  • Biomedical Science Major
  • Mosher Bonfire Co-Chair 1999
  • Missouri Synod Lutheran

“Since the first day I set foot on the Texas A&M campus, I fell in love with it. The atmosphere is absolutely wonderful and I couldn’t imagine attending another school. I admit that the work is very hard, but it is all worth it to get the famous Aggie Senior Ring.” – Miranda Denise Adams


Miranda Adams Portal Memorial (PDF)