Amy Miller, Isaiah Bucker and Lily Buckner (2018 - )

  • "I know you and your babies are rejoicing in Heaven in the..."
    - Jackie Brich
  • "Amy was such a special person. She had the biggest,..."
    - Shannon Prossick-Brown
  • "Amy, you were an angel among us. I'm going to miss you my..."
    - Javier Robinson
  • "May our precious angels rest in everlasting peace."
    - Brigitte Von Mergl-Grote
  • "May God bless all of you. The little angels are now truly..."
    - arnie cisneros

Amy Denise Miller, 31, was born on April 24, 1986, to Cil Von Mergl-Grote and Perry Greenfield in Las Vegas, Nev. Isaiah Gerald Buckner, 5, was born on April 19, 2012, and Lily Anabelle Buckner, 4, was born on Jan. 3 2014, to Amy Denise Miller and Ronald Buckner in Anchorage, Alaska.
The missed loved ones are survived by: mother, Cil Von Mergl-Grote and Stefan Von Mergl-Grote; father, Perry Greenfield; aunt and uncle, Cindy and Preston Tyler; brother, Chris Reed; sister-in-law, Kristen Reed; niece and nephew, Alex and Jayson; brother, Bryan Reed; brother, Jerry Reed; sister, Randi Olson; brother, Johnathan Reed; brother, Joe Cannon; brother-in-law, Morgan Olson; nephews, Liam and Luca Olson; and many other cherished family members.
They were preceded in death by uncle, Sergio Castro; Dad, Gerald Reed Sr.; and uncle, Johnny Tyler.
Amy Denise Miller and her two little angels, Lily Anabelle Buckner and Isaiah Gerald Buckner, passed away together in their home on Feb. 23, 2018, in a house fire. Amy was a true Alaskan by heart with family values being her highest priority in life, cherishing all her friends as family as well. Amy graduated from Bartlett High School and began her journey into adulthood, where she left impacts on all those she met and cared for. She had the most beautiful singing voice that was easily recognized and warmed our hearts to hear. Amy was a strong spirited, bright and resourceful woman, along with being a wonderful mother to her little super hero, Isaiah, and princess, Lily. She was truly a beautiful soul that would never hesitate to help others before herself. Isaiah attended Fairview Elementary School, where he thrived in the classroom and befriended everyone he met. Isaiah possessed a strong love and fairness to others at a young age, always loving his little sister and teaching her the values of fairness. Isaiah loved his super heroes, which was evident for how much he dressed up as Batman or The Flash. Lily was a little princess who was as spunky as she was absolutely adorable. She was as talented as her mom - a little actor that would act out scenes from her favorite movies verbatim for her parents and anyone else that was around. She would have grown up to be wonderful talented woman. She was truly a girly girl at heart. The little angels loved both their parents so much, crying at the thought of either their father or mother leaving home for even the shortest amount of time. They left a trail of amazing memories behind to remain in our hearts forever.
A Candlelight Vigil will be held on March 1, 2018, at Fairview Elementary School at 7:30 p.m.
A gathering at Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel will be held on Friday, March 2, 2018, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., for those unable to make it to the service on Saturday morning.
The Memorial Service and Funeral is planned for Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 10 a.m., at Faith Christian Community Church.
The family is collecting funds to help with funeral expenses

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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Mar. 1, 2018