“Our Princess”\n\nOur beloved daughter “Annie” was taken from us far too quickly on February 8, 2009 as a result of an automobile accident. She arrived to us on September 4, 1985 the eldest of five children of David and Kathy McBride.\n\nIn her short time with us, she accomplished so much. Always in a hurry to get to the next stage of life, she walked at 7 months, could read at age 4 and skipped second grade. She was blessed with a keen mind and sharp wit. Her gift of words and writing manifest themselves to us even now. She loved to study and learn. At Murray High School, she was a member of the honor society, orchestra and was the English Sterling Scholar, graduating in 2003. She received a scholarship to attend Utah State University and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in English in May of 2007. \n\nHer life was most fulfilling when she was around family and friends. She loved to read books, critique movies, attend concerts and of course, she HAD to shop. You never had to wonder what she thought or felt…on any subject. She was charming and beautiful and kept you laughing with her wit. Her faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ was anchored by a love of the scriptures and her personal witness of the Saviors life and atonement. We feel so blessed to have had her for these short twenty three years and while the pain we feel from her loss is immense, we have the sure comfort that we will be reunited with her again. With her sister Melissa expecting in a few weeks, she excitedly proclaimed her status as the favored aunt to Brooklynn. Oh how we will miss you, Adrianne, our Princess.\n\nShe is survived by her parents: siblings: Melissa (Greg) Allen, Michael, Christina and Emily. Grandparents: George Alvin and Carol McBride, Byron and Vera Horrocks, as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins. To all of her friends, we thank you for your heartfelt expressions, kind words and outpouring of love.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Thursday February 12th at 12:00 pm in the Murray First Ward Chapel at 365 East Vine Street in Murray. A viewing will be held Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary on Wednesday February 11th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm at 4760 South State Street, Murray, Utah and at the church on Thursday morning from 10:30 to 11:45 am.\n\nInterment will be at Murray City Cemetery.