Za’Miah Dy’annah Adame was born in San Antonio, Texas on May 2, 2010 to Tyronae Adams and Dylan Adame. She attended school at Camelot Elementary where she completed 5th grade and was awarded the Safety Patrol honor. During her time at Camelot Elementary, she developed a love for teaching. In February 2020, Za’Miah was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma. Doctors prevented her leg from being amputated by placing an extendable implant in her left knee. The surgery was considered a “first of its kind” because no doctor in San Antonio had ever performed that type of surgery prior to performing it on Za’Miah. After her diagnosis, Za’Miah spent many of her days confined to a hospital bed. During this time, she took on many hobbies such as dancing, singing, making TikTok videos, taking selfies, and being a YouTube blogger. She also loved unicorns, butterflies, shopping, and getting her nails done. Despite the battles Za’Miah was facing, she took pride in being a big sister and loved taking care of and helping her younger brother. Za’Miah rarely lost her spirit. She faced Osteosarcoma with resilience and fortitude that inspired everyone who knew of her story. She had an infectious smile and bright personality that impacted everyone who came in contact with her. She was admired for her strength and ability to push on during adversity at such a young age. Because of the love and support she received form all over. She would often state, “I’m Famous”. After her one-year battle with Osteosarcoma, Za’Miah laid down her sword. On May 26, 2021, God called her home. Her memory will forever be cherished by her parents Tyronae Adams and Dylan Adame; her brother Tyrone Adame; grandparents Regina McGowan, Alton Green, and Marcelene Adame; Great grandparents Hazel Carson, Willie Arch, Gloria Adame, and Richard Adame; Aunts LaTosha McGowan, Leela McGowan, Cherrelle Adams, Tyrisha Adams, Latrelle Adams, Jewel Adame, Janice Adame and Jackie Adame; Uncles Marquese Green, and Joshua Wheatley; and a host of cousins, relatives and friends. Za’Miah was preceded in death by her grandfather, Tyrone Adams and uncle, Stephan McGowan.

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  1. I want to say first Thank God for allowing Princess Miah to bring joy to me even tho i never met her in person i just loved how she always kept a smile on her face i also love her tic tok dances my son and i would also watched them Princess Miah will truely be missed💛💛

  2. Babygirl my heart is breaking for your mom and and brother so much. Please visit her as often as you can and let her know your fine sickness free and well taken care of with the “MOST HIGH “. That won’t the pain of your absence here on earth but she will comforted knowing you are indeed an angel. Fly High Babygirl ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  3. To the Adame family let not your hearts be troubled but believe in your heavenly father. He makes no mistakes. A beautiful Angel was called to glory. Rest In Paradise sweet ANGEL. Lynette Whitby & family

  4. Watching your story, your fight, your mothers fight over these last months has made me a stronger person…thank you! God bless the family. No more pain no more suffering baby girl. San Antonio loves you Princess Miah!!

  5. From: Jacquelyn Ross To: za’miahs loving parents Dear Za’miah from the earth to heaven you were the missing peace to my life and now that your gone I dont know what to do exactly because you were there to lift me up when I was felling sad or just because you were so happy I could not stand it when you were sad and your smile just was full of energy and light. I cried for months when I was told at the graduation I just wish I could have said good bye know i’m in 6th without you jacquelyn good bye good luke za’miahs light brother I

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