Amber
1/1/2012 - 1/13/2021When Amber entered my life, I didn't know the huge impact she would have on it. She was my constant companion. Even more so since covid. That extra time not having to commute was spent playing her favorite games. She was the whole package - beauty, intelligence, personality, and filled with overflowing love. She had so many ways of showing that love. Sadly, pancreatic cancer took her young life. As painful as her passing has been, I can honestly agree with the saying, "it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Even though my heart is crushed, I truly believe in God's promises that we will be reunited. He creates all things out of love and nothing can separate us from that love through His son, Jesus. I pray that everyone who has lost any loved family member find peace and comfort. I miss you and love you, baby girl.Warrenton, VirginiaJanuary 24, 2021
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