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Dana Rominger Adams Obituary

It is with immense sadness that the family of Dana Anne Rominger Adams announce her decent to heaven on September 25, 2023, in Alvin, Texas, at the age of 70. She made her departure peacefully at home surrounded by her children.

Dana was born February 23, 1953, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She was the 5th child of 7.

Dana proudly graduated with honors from The University of Alabama, Capstone College of Nursing in 1987 receiving her BS in Nursing Degree as a Registered Nurse. She had a passionate, fulfilling nursing career which spanned over almost four decades, where she consistently and courageously provided the utmost of care, knowledge, and compassion to her patients and families.

Over her 37 years of service, she provided care at DCH 6 North, the historic Bryce Hospital mental health facility, and Harper Center Gero-Psych unit in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Dana moved to Houston, Texas where she continued her career at UTMB Galveston in the ICU, Nursing Director at Access Home Healthcare in Pasadena, Texas, University General Hospital in the Bariatric Critical Care unit, Kindred Hospital Houston Acute Rehabilitation Unit, and Cornerstone Hospital in the Cardiovascular and Covid ICU unit until her retirement in 2021.

Dana was also an artist in the form of sketches, painting, poetry, and dabbled in sculpting. She loved to read, sit by the ocean, drink a warm cup of coffee, watch murder mysteries, laugh and lastly, but certainly not least, be a mother. Her purpose by God was to care for her children and the people of the community she lived in.

She was an incredibly loving and loved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, a dedicated nurse, loved daughter, sister, and friend.

She is preceded in death by her parents R.V. and Eula Lee Rominger; her beloved Aunt and Uncle Dana and Annie Lo Sarver; and her Son-In-Law David P. Wise, III.

Dana is survived by her children Mandi Lee Adams Lemley (Son-In-Love, Chuck Coots), Hilary Brooke Adams Jacobs (Son-In-Love, Stephen Jacobs), Julie Savannah Adams Miller (Son-In-Love, Clayton Miller), Larry (Chance) Charles Adams, II (Daughter-In-Love, Kaylin Adams); her grandchildren Matthew Chance Lemley, Ashton Savannah Wise (Great Grandson-In-Love Niklas Craig), Bailey Anne Wise, David P. Wise, IV, Noah Lee Adams, Jonah Shane Adams, Kellson Jae Miller, Trace Cole Miller, and Aria Anne Adams; her great grandchild Kaytee Brooke Craig; her brothers Joe Litton (Diane), Ronnie Rominger (Karen); her sisters Linda Reach, Sara Johnson, Jan Strickland, and Eve Gray; and many nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews.

Honorary pallbearers include Dr. Muralidhar Yerramadha and staff at Village Medical on Space Center, Harbor Hospice, Houston Methodist Clear Lake, Ronnie Rominger, Joe Litton, Chance Adams, Chuck Coots, Stephen Jacobs, Clayton Miller, Matthew Lemley, David P. Wise, Noah Adams, Jonah Adams, Kellson Miller, and Trace Miller. A special thank you to Kelly Merta and Kristina Pretzsch-Jackson for your care and love of our mother when you were needed.


Dana did not wish to have any services but if you wish to honor her, she would have greatly appreciated your donation to a cause she believed in. Those foundations include: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Salvation Army, Tim Tebow Foundation, Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Texas EquuSearch, Ronald McDonald House, Alzheimer's Association, or the American Red Cross.