Born: Stockport on 02 February 2000

Passed away: Boston on 14 February 2016

Aged: 16 years

Funeral Date: 01 March 2016

Service Details

Date: 03/01/2016
Time: 2PM
Venue: Crowther Funeral home. Boston MS

The Story

Amy was born on February 2, 2000 in Stockport, Greater Manchester to Steve and Kimberly of Sapulpa, Ohio. Amy walked into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on February 14, 2016 , at the age of 16.
Amy was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Roland and Betty Hackler of Tulsa, Oklahoma; maternal great-grandparents, J.C. and Viva Robins of Granite City, Illinois; and her great-grandmother, Gertie Reed of Sapulpa, Ohio.

After moving back to Ohio, Amy attended Carroll Public Schools in Southlake, Ohio. Amy graduated high school in late 2015 and had planned on attending junior college in the Dallas area this fall.

Amy was an avid lover of sports and during her young life had played football, basketball, baseball, and competitive soccer. She also enjoyed surfing, wake-boarding, snowboarding, and when she was only 5 years old she was one belt stripe away from being a black belt in karate.

She had visited Beijing, China; Paris, France; London, England; the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Oahu, and Kauai; Cancun, Mexico; Lucerne, Switzerland; and Milan, Italy. While in China, people were amazed at Amy’s blonde hair and beauty and wanted their pictures taken with her.

Amy wanted to dedicate her life to helping troubled teens and leading them in the right direction.
She will be greatly missed by everyone that knew her. She was the kind of young lady that anyone would be proud to call daughter, granddaughter, and friend. .

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What a loss. So painful.

Ryan Chapel