Lucy Adame-Clark, has been a public servant throughout her career at the Bexar County Sheriff's Office and a servant to the community through her passion for the people as a community activist.
As a native of San Antonio, she was born and raised deep in the Westside of San Antonio. During a short period of her life she resided in the Southside of San Antonio and attended South San Independent School District community, then returned back to the west side of san Antonio. In 2005 Mrs. Adame-Clark moved outside of the city limits to the South of Bexar County where she and her husband are raising their family to include their farm animals as well.
She attended Sidney Lanier High School, went on to attend Southern Careers with studies in paralegal and later attended San Antonio College with studies in criminal Justice.
- In 1997, she started her career at the Bexar County Sheriff Office at the age of 24 years old.
- She worked in the Central records section.
- In January 2008, she was promoted to the Criminal Investigation Division section as a Latent Print Examiner/AFIS.
- She taught classes for Bexar County for Fingerprint/Latent prints along with other agencies, lawyers and investigators.
- She is currently working in the Judicial services section.
As a mother to two beautiful children, wife to a Deputy, daughter of a United States Marine (Manuel P. Adame) and strong activist and community leader (Janie Adame). Mrs. Adame-Clark makes sure when the community calls she answers. She continues being a prominent and very involved community activist and member of the community.
She continues to volunteer for many programs, to include church and as President of the booster club for the Southside Independent school district AFJROTC program. She is also a Democratic precinct chair in the 1057 area. Has been involved in helping organize to help her fellow employees receive pay raises alongside C.O.P.S through B.O.C.A.S. She has recently helped improve her community by getting street lights put up were they were needed with the help of elected officials. Lucy Adame-Clark with the help of many others to include B.O.C.A.S and C.O.P.S were able to recently help get dirt roads in her community turned into paved streets, making them safer to transport the children to and from school, public safety and the safety of the community. Lucy Adame-Clark along with many others put up a fight on annexation issues in some areas in 2013/2014 and was able to succeed in some parts of the Southside.