My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Ada was a one of a kind true ranch wife. She had the most beautiful roses in her garden. I also remember her beef sandwiches she would send us while working cows they were the best. I am so lucky that part of my childhood was raised with this one of a kind lady.
Condolences to the Hancock family. Ada was my travel companion in several Heritage Club trips. She was a wonderful person.
She was such an inspiration to me always. What a perfect role model for the women of the west. Thank you Ada, you have made this world so much brighter with your smile. My prayers are with the family.
Ada and Mom were mutual Cowbelles. When Mom entered Assisted Living, cat Tiger needed a home. At the estate sale, Ada slowly circled a chair the cat was sleeping in, having seen he was up for adoption. Ada left with a cake pan; we delivered Tiger soon after. Tiger (16) was an old cat but flourished for 3 more years in Ada's care. It was a treat to watch them interact, as if they had always been together. One who loves animals has a loving soul. RIP Ada, your "Tager" welcomes you!
We are so lucky to have known Ada and Bill, work a few Cows together. Ada, like so many ranch wives was the quiet one who saw and knew all, pitching in at nearly any task needing to be done...with a tasty picnic basket and a thermos of hot tea at the ready. Her legacy lives on in the many lives she touched. Our heartfelt condolences to Cal, Angela and family. She will be missed!
Our thoughts and prayers are with Ada and the family. Wish we were still there so we could see the family. Ada and Bill were always so kind with their words. They are missed. God bless to all.
You were a true woman of the West. Our prayers go out to you and your family. RIP