Daniel A. Adami, age 39, died on Friday, November 23, 2018 in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He was born on October 8, 1979, in Karnes City, Texas to Alberto and Maria Adami.
He grew up in Stockdale and lived on a ranch with his parents and sister. He attended Stockdale High School, where he played football and basketball. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for, Kiewit Construction, in which he traveled to many different states.
Daniel was a loving and caring person. He was known to help others, especially those he loved. He was always laughing and being silly, you could hardly tell if anything was bothering him, because he rarely ever let it show. He spent his time making his family and friends laugh. Daniel had a smile and laugh that was contagious. His smile had the ability to light up a whole room and anytime he laughed, there was a big chance that you were laughing with him.
He was always snacking and he would always post pictures on social media and send pictures of his food, he was about to eat, to his mother and daughters.
He gave everyone nicknames to everyone he knew and when he gave you one, he would no longer call you by your name, but the funny things is that the nicknames he would give would also fit that person's personality.
The love Daniel had for mother, daughters and family was so pure. He'd call his mother every second of the day to check up on her and make sure she was okay, no matter how tired he was from a long day at work, or if he was busy that day, he always made time to call his mother and talk to her. He did all he could to help his mother and be there for her. His mother was truly his best friend and the bond they shared was amazing.
The love he had for his daughters was unconditional. He gave them all he could when they were growing up and he spent every second playing with them, making them laugh, acting crazy with them, being a daughter's best friend and showing them the kind of man they should have in their lives. He talked about his mother and daughters to everyone and would constantly show off his daughters to his friends and tell them how proud he was of his girls and how much he loved them. Just by looking into his eyes and seeing his smile, when he talked about his mother and daughters, you could see how happy he would get and you could feel how much he loved them.
He was a person that you could always count on with anything, whether it was just needing a friend to talk to, needing someone to make you laugh, or help in general, he was the person you would want around.
Daniel made a positive impact in so many lives and the things people will always remember are his smile, his laugh, how caring he was, how he was always happy, and his silly personality.
He is survived by his mother: Maria Adami and late father: Alberto Adami, daughters: Daniella, Alexis and Zoey Adami; and sister: Maria Odom.
Family, friends and others whose lives Daniel touched, are invited to reminisce, grieve and remember him at a Memorial Service at Palmer Mortuary Chapel on Monday, December 17, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. (service will conclude in the chapel).