I didn't know about her illness. Her passing took me by surprise. Her legacy certainly lives on. Not only in what she brought to the community but also how she affected people. She was a light-hearted, positive, fully alive being and being around her made me a better person. Safe to say her light lives on.
Amy was such a remarkable person. She lit up any room she walked into and was truly devoted to building community in Santa Fe. My heart-felt condolences go to her family.
Amy was a member of my gym called ' Tone ' in Santa Fe. I loved when she came into work out because she alway's made me laugh. Amy would try anything and was so much fun to be around.. Amy I love you and you will be deeply missed.
So sad, Amy was a wonderful person. I remember hiking with her when she told me of her illness, she went on to found SF Homegrown and dedicated her time knowing that she would pass, a true hero. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.
The first time I saw Amy was at our wedding in 1974 when she was a toddler holding onto her dad's hand. And the last time was a couple years ago after a hip replacement in Colorado Springs. I was impressed by her positive attitude, her upbeat personality and her lively spirit. We will always miss you, Amy.