I was shocked today when I found Bill's obituary online. The beautiful photos of your life together both warmed my heart and and brought sadness for your loss. Bill always was a sweet guy and a kind human being, and I will never forget him. You are fortunate to have had 58 years together, but it must have been terribly hard to watch him suffer and fade away. Please accept my sympathy for your loss, and best wishes for life with your beautiful family.
I did not know Mr. Amick. I'm just a genealogist following up and keeping my family history file current. However, I was very touched by Mr. Amick's story and the family photos posted with his obituary. Tears came to my eyes as I saw in pictures what appeared to be the very happy and full life story of a wonderful man. You (his family) were very blessed to have been a part of it. Carry his memory with pride.
Bill was a dear friend to all who knew him. I was honored to have such a neighbor while growing up in San Antonio. Bill was not only my best friend's dad, he was also a close friend himself. He always wore a smile on his face, had a quick wit and a wonderful sense of humor. He always made you feel welcome. He always made ME feel like one of the family. And, he was especially fun to be with around the camp fire on those cold nights of hunting and camping. The world will be a little bit duller place without him. He will be sorely missed.
Dear Amick family,
We want to express our sincere condolences for the loss of your' Husband,
Father and Grandfather. This is a sad time for all of you however, remember,
He is well now and He is in Heaven, "A Perfect Home!"
We will be praying for you all.
Sincerely, Walter and Theresa Baker & Family
Lois and family,
I have fond memories of Bill and our days working together at the Mennen Company. Bill was a good man and will be missed. May God be with you and your family.