Amayja Dubie

Obituary
  • "Mike, I just wanted to tell you I love you and I'll..."
    - Michele Carver
  • "Michael & Family I am so sorry about your loss. I can’t..."
    - Kelly Vollmar
  • "Dubie family, We were all so very sorry to hear of the loss..."
    - Heather Heussner
  • "Mike and Kim, I grieve with you for the loss of Amayja. We..."
    - Sherilyn Gisinger
  • "Mike & Kim I want you to know that Mom and I are here for..."
    - Amanda Guccione

Amayja Myrari Dubie, infant daughter of Kimberly and Michael Dubie, died Feb. 9, 2007, at home in Wasilla.
Her parents wrote: "Our precious angel ... passed into Heaven's gates."
A funeral will be at 11 a.m. today at Evergreen Memorial Chapel. Pastors Sonny and Mary Russell will officiate. A viewing will be from 10 to 11 a.m. at the funeral home. A potluck gathering will be at 5 p.m. at Anchorage Friends Church, 2824 E. 18th Ave.
Amayja was born Dec. 18, 2006, in Anchorage, at 4:01 a.m.
"Although Amayja was with us briefly, she has touched the hearts and lives of all who knew her," her parents wrote. "Her presence was larger than life. It is amazing how such a tiny girl could leave such a mark on our lives. She had a delightful smile, beautiful dimples, sweet voice and a twinkle in her eyes. We are comforted to know she is in Heaven.
"Amayja loved to be held. She made her presence known as soon as she woke up in the morning and had a very curious nature. We named her Myrari, which means miracle, and she truly was. We will all miss her very much."
Amayja is survived by her parents, Kimberly and Michael Dubie; sister, Breanne Dodd; brothers, Braedyne Dodd and Haeden and Dalan Dubie; maternal grandmother, Sophie Brodigan and her companion, Keith Malone; paternal grandmother, Karen Van Doeselaar; grandparents, Michael and Linda Dubie; great-grandparents, Eva Heffle, Howard Gregg, Dorothy Van Doeselaar, Leah Dubie and Bill Dubie. She also leaves aunts, Jacqueline Wells, Amanda Guccione and Michele Carver; and uncles, Skylar Brodigan, Jonathon Wells and Bill Carver. Amayja is also survived by cousins, Toryn Dodd, Jonathon Wells Jr., Stacy and Kiana Edgmon and Mya Guccione; great-uncles, Raymond Stoney, Johnny Stoney and Ralph Stoney, Kirk Dubie and Ken Dubie; great-aunts, Sharon Dundas, Blanche Strong and Karen Drozedowski; and numerous other family members.
She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Harvey Dodd; great-grandmother, Elsie Hunnicutt; great-grandfather, Jacob Van Doeselaar; and great-great-grandmothers, Helen Strong and Mary Curtis
Published in Anchorage Daily News on Feb. 15, 2007