On August 4, 1953, In Livingston, Texas a beautiful baby girl was born to Mr. Ambus and Mother Bernice Youngblood, they named her Addie Mae, she was the twin to Annie Mae whom proceeded her in death.
Addie Mae grew up in Livingston, Texas and attended public school there. At an early age she accepted Christ and united with the Smith Memorial Church of God In Christ in Blanchard, Texas, under the leadership of Pastor A.R. Smith. Later she united with Temple 27 Church of God In Christ under the leadership of her brother Apostle L.C. Youngblood Sr., they later moved to Livingston and started the Fellowship Church of God In Christ which is now the Fellowship Inc. Ministries, where she served until her demise.
She was employed with Texas Home Health, and she also worked for Beacon Bay Marina until she had to retire. Addie Mae truly loved God, her family, and Church family.
She was preceded in death by: her Parents; her twin sister; Sister: Jeanette Youngblood; Brothers: Larry Youngblood; Apostle L.C. Youngblood Sr.; Nephews: Christopher Youngblood; Minister Casey Youngblood.
She leaves to cherish her memories: Sister: Fannie Mae Youngblood (Benny Sr.); of Livingston, TX; Brothers: Willie Morris Youngblood (Debbie); of Livingston, TX; Charles Youngblood (Carolyn); of Goodrich, TX; Sister-In-Law: Mother Delois Youngblood; of Livingston, TX; Uncle: Andrew Bogany of San Benadino, Cali; Aunts: Jessie Lee Porter; of Lufkin, TX; Annie Lee Fobbs, Geraldine Davis; both of Houston, TX; Goddaughters: Monica Farr, Natasha Youngblood, Kaaliyah Youngblood; all of Livingston, TX; Special Friend: Sis. Jimmie Johnson of Livingston, TX; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Pallbearers: Curry Pitre; Eddie Thompson; Chester McGowen; James Scott Johnson; LaKimble Pitre; Quincy Youngblood
Honorary Pallbearers: Kevin Logan; L.C. Youngblood Jr.; Carlos Youngblood; Elder Eric McCloud; Aaron McGowen; Charles Youngblood; William Earl Youngblood; Shawn Logan; Bradford Youngblood; Benny O'Guin Jr.; Ambus Youngblood; Chris Gardner; Nigel Farr; Min. Jeremy Youngblood; William M. Youngblood; Benny O'Guin Sr.