PanigKiun Daisy Grace (Amos) Schumacher (1959 - 2017)

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PanigKiun Daisy Grace Schumacher (Amos), 58, passed away in a car accident on Oct. 21, 2017. She was born to mother and father Nancy and Carl Edwards in Bethel, Alaska. She was the adopted daughter of Isabelle and Carl Amos. She was raised and resided in Mekoryuk, Nunivak Island, Alaska, for several years, and attended Mt. Edgecombe High School.
In her life, PanigKiun Daisy Grace Shumacher (Amos) worked for many Alaskan Native Tribal communities and entities. She loved the outdoors, and had a passion for photography, berry picking, fishing, hiking, kayaking and spending time with her family. She was a strong believer in God. She was described as having an honest sense of humor with a heart-captivating laugh; a trusted person to turn to for advice; a worker bee with an amazing work ethic; a joyful yet strong leader; and a family oriented mother who treasured her children very much.
She is survived by several cousins and other family members; her sister, Flora Jack; and her niece, Mary Isabel Zorea. She is also survived by her oldest daughter, Roxanne Panika; and her sons, Samuel Johnston, Thomas Johnston and Ethan Seaman.
A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held at the Legacy Heritage Chapel, 440 East Klatt Road in Anchorage, Alaska, on Nov. 4, 2017, at 2 p.m.
May the memories of Daisy be held so close to our hearts, as she touched many of them by being around us. May she rest in peace and be with us always.

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Legacy Funeral Home-Heritage Chapel at Angelus
440 E. Klatt Road
Anchorage, AK 99515
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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Nov. 3, 2017