|Profession||Wife and mother|
|Family|| Joseph Adama, husband|
Tamara Adama, daughter
William Adama, son
Sam Adama, brother-in-law
William Adama Sr., father-in-law
Isabelle Adama, mother-in-law
Ruth's Sister, aunt
After a month, Sam Adama finally convinces Joseph to have the funeral rites for his wife and daughter so they can pass over to the afterlife. The service is held at Joseph's home with family and friends in attendance. A Tauron priest, the Ferryman, officiates.
Sam, is bare chested to display his tattoos for the ritual. As Ruth looks on and Larry is in prayer, Sam stands behinds Joseph and William who each hand a coin to the Ferryman - Joseph for Shannon and William for Tamara. Joseph asks the Ferryman to grant the deceased women passage. The Ferryman asks if Joseph and William will let the women go and both say good-bye. The Ferryman assures the Adamas that Shannon and Tamara will live forever in their hearts. They will live forever in peace.