We were lucky to be able to go to your clam bake parties and a party at your B&B . Your husband was so gracious to take me around and show me all the furniture and the paintings and his work and you took me around and showed me a lot of other things from the past and present that you had collected. You had a great group of close friends & you loved your animals. But mostly you finally met the love of your life and vise versa. You left a mark on a lot of people in this town that was once small but huge now - Newark Delaware. Remembering you for ever Clare & Steve
We were blessed to know you and meet Donald - May his heart heal with time.
Much Love and condolences
I am so sorry to hear the news about Amy. Whenever I met her at various events, I was always taken by her energy and joy she had for her business and for life. My prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
condolences to Don and all of the family.
Bob and Jean Antonelli, neighbors
Amy was a fine person, a fine woman, and I was privileged to know her in passing in the Delaware business community for some 20 years or so. it was about 6 months ago when I learned at a Chamber event that Amy had cancer. Several of us there, outside a business on the sidewalk, took her in a circle and lifted her up to God in a group prayer that His will might be done, that she might be healed and find peace in her situation, and that Amy's path might be a loving one.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to her family.