- June 23, 1976 - April 5, 2009
- Lawton, Michigan
of Amy's Passing
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Memories & Candles
You were a great friend and an even bigger inspiration. May your memory forever live on
Posted by: krystal thrasher - san francisco, CA - friend Jan 09, 2013
Amy was a very close friend of mine in our early 20's. We used to work together at Allendale Nursing Centre. We had so much fun together! Amy always had a great sense of humor and she was a great listener. We went for a weekend roadtrip and did the circle tour around Michigan and had so much fun! We listened to 60's and 70's classic rock the whole way. She was a free spirit and will be greatly missed.
Posted by: Lisa Frede - Cedar Springs, MI - friend Aug 05, 2011
even thou its many years sense i have seen her i will always hold a special place in my heart for her, my heart and prayes go out to family and friend,i hope that we hold her dear to are hearts and i thank god that she has help so many people and touch so many hearts her short time here,i won't forget the time that we spent together at the movies and those bell bottom pants that she was
Posted by: Bret L Patterson - newaygo , MI - friends Oct 17, 2010
I don't know how I will live without her. She meant so much to me. I know it's selfish, with edie, to think that way. She was my call in the middle of the night when I thought no one cared. I'm sorry to her mother and father for their loss. I wish I could have come to the service. I can't keep myself together right now. I loved her so much.
Posted by: Chris Schroeder - Milwaukee, WI May 24, 2009
Although I only knew Amy for a few short months as she was my son's assigned Case Manager at the Woodlands, she always presented herself in a professional and caring manner. My deepest sympathy to her daughter and family.
Posted by: Patricia Carnegie - Houston, TX Apr 15, 2009
Amy and I were friends throughout high school. I have so many great memories with her, she was one of a kind. We last saw each other a few years ago when she contacted me on a layover in Atlanta. We caught up like old times. I will miss her alot, but will always hold on to the good times we shared. I am very sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Jeanne Smith - Atlanta, GA Apr 15, 2009
Amy was a trully free spirit. I used to joke with her that she was born in the wrong era, she would have made an awesome hippy. We always had a good laugh about that!
Edie, your mom adored you, she loved you with a complete and unconditional love and always talked about you. She will always live in your heart.
Posted by: Chris Herman - Edwardsburg, MI Apr 14, 2009
To Amy's family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Amy too well, but worked with her at Woodlands for about a year. She was a quiet but dedicated employee and always helped out her fellow workers whenever needed. I was able to spend a fun day with her canoing at the last company picnic I attended, and found out Amy had a lovely personality and laughed easily. To Amy's daughter- remember that your mom loved you so
Posted by: Marcee Florczak - South Bend, IN Apr 14, 2009
Amy was a special person. At work she always smiled and brightened the hallways everyday. Her office was right around the corner from mine. I would check her door for the the interesting articels she had posted. I will miss her as everyone at Woodlands will. She was a caring and dedicated worker. I fell blessed that I knew her. May God Bless you and your family.
Posted by: Joan Waldschmidt - Dowagiac, MI Apr 14, 2009
God looked around His garden And found an empty place. He then looked down upon the earth And saw your tired face. He put his arms around you And lifted you to rest. God’s garden must be beautiful...He always takes the best. It broke our hearts to lose you But you didn’t go alone, For part of us went with you The day God called you home.
Posted by: Laura Kulhanek - Kalamazoo, MI Apr 14, 2009