Marie Yolanda Amaya
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I met Marie in 1991 as she became a client of mine. Loved styling her hair and listening to her talk about her experiences. She was the sweetest lady and smart thinker. Marie will be warmly missed as her presence was always a pleasure. I will never forget spending time with her.
I am so sorry to hear of Marie's passing.She was a dear friend to my Mother (Maxine Cottrill) who also recently passed. Marie was kind enough to speak at my Mother's service when I couldn't and I was so thankful to her for that. She also comforted me in the weeks after my Mom's passing. Thank you Marie and I hope you and my Mom are together and enjoying each other's company again and forever. Rest in peace.
Marie was a truly inspirational person, always compassionate and giving. She was a pillar of many organizations and was so generous with her time. She will be missed by all who knew her and all who benefited from her tireless service to the community and the church.
Marie was a very caring and giving person. As passed commander for American Post 105 Redwood City, I had a chance to work with Marie on many projects and events. She was always willing to donate so much of herself for others, she will be greatly missed at the Post and by me personally. Romie Bassetto, Passed Comannder Post 105