AMY W. BIZAR
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BIZAR, Amy W. (Weiss) Of Boston on Friday, April 3, 2015. Loving mother of David Bizar & his wife Tina of Scarborough, ME. Cherished grandmother of Leland Bragalone. Devoted daughter of the late Howard & Florence (Levant) Klaff and Morty Weiss. Dear sister of Steven Weiss, Jane Weiss, Carol Baltimore and Deborah Shein. Fond aunt to her many nieces and nephews. Services in the Chapel at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham St., Sharon, on Tuesday, April 6 at 10:00am. Following the burial, the family will be at her late residence from 12:30-5pm & 7-9pm. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, c/o Development Office, 330 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA 02215.

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Published in Boston Globe from Apr. 4 to Apr. 5, 2015.
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September 4, 2019
A long lost love. Sweethearts in high school. Never lost those cherished feelings.
Warms thoughts of you; then and always.
Geoffrey Muther
Geoffrey Muther
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December 31, 2015
Amy miss you more and more your constant
elegance and steadiness in life. Always could count on you and your solid foundation. Hugs Honey Rest in Peace
December 30, 2015
Amy was a very special lady. We knew each other from the time she was at the FRB and I was with another government agency. I considered her my unofficial mentor. She had intelligence, charm and grace. She is missed
Dale Rhoads
April 10, 2015
I'm very saddened to hear of the passing of Amy. I've been Amy' hairdresser for many years.Amy was more than a client,she w as a dear friend. We spent many haircutting appointments solving the problems in the world.She always laughed at my dumb jokes.Amy never let me know just how. Sick she was.She we as a brave woman.I admired her. I hope she's with Howard and Florence in a lovely, peaceful place. God bless you,Amy. I'll miss you.
Michael Rosanna
April 7, 2015
Amy was a wonderful alum of BU Law and gifted and beloved teacher of the law. Not to mention a woman of incredible courage. We will miss her and extend our very deepest sympathies to her family. Maureen O'Rourke, Dean, Boston University School of Law
April 7, 2015
I worked with Amy for several years as a young lawyer. Though she knew vastly more than I did, she always treated me as her equal. I learned so much from her, and was very sad to learn this news. Rest in peace, Amy.
Steven Scott
April 6, 2015
Amy in 1990 at a Finsen/Cherney/Paul/Weiss Reunion
Susan Finsen
April 5, 2015
My deep sympathies to Amy's family. We were close friends in high school and I have fond memories of the wonderful hours, days, weeks, and years of "hanging out" with Amy, Carol Cherney Levine and Gail Paul. Amy was quick, smart, funny, and game for almost anything. We hadn't seen each other in too many years, but our shared experiences while growing up stay with me still.
Susan Finsen
April 5, 2015
I was so sorry to read of Amy's passing. We worked together at the Boston FED many years ago. She was a great resource, and a great friend. My sympathy to her family. I am sure she left a large void.

Jack Trodden
Jack Trodden
April 5, 2015
Deepest sympathies to Amy's extended family. From my days at the Federal Reserve bank, Amy was a sincere and true, learned colleague and friend. -- Curt Turner
April 5, 2015
My Darling Amy,
My sister in law, trusted and dear friend, and Lady Of Valor.
In life how often did I tell you that you were my hero. Everything you
accomplished, every challenge you encountered, every step in life you conducted with dignity, class and so humble my angel.
We shared our family history together with our private talks and the love we shared in common for our loved ones, Always wise and always compassionate.
I will miss you so much and I pray you rest in peace and know how much you are respected ad loved.
Joanie
April 5, 2015
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Joan Weiss
April 5, 2015
My deepest sympathies to David, Tina and the extended family. Amy was a dear friend and will be missed beyond measure. Alison Field
April 5, 2015
Amy and I were best friends through high school snd way into adulthood. Even though we had lost touch, I will never forget her
Carol Cherney Levine
April 4, 2015
Miss you, Amy, and love you. I miss our everlasting friendship for 38 years. You were always my strength when I needed a friend. Remembering so many things we did together, playing backgammon at the beach almost every weekend for so many years, having dinner at Four Stars in Needham every Friday night, visiting you in Cincinnati when you lived there, and visiting you when you lived in Connecticut, and spending Christmas with you in New York at your apartment. When you moved back to Boston, I loved all of our walks around the City, all the restaurants we went to for lunch and dinner, all the Boston events we attended, all the wonderful movies we saw over the years. There are no words to describe how much our friendship has meant to me. My heart broke when you became sick, yet your strength and courage through it all for past 3 plus years, helped me to be strong for you. You never gave in to your illness ~ that was not who you were. You were "Amy", a very strong, smart, capable, brave woman who went on with her life. These last many months were tough, and there wasn't anything I wouldn't do for you to help, to take you where you needed to go, to shop for you, to call you each and every day multiple times to check in with you. I admire you, and have from the very beginning of our friendship. Please, my friend, rest in peace, and know how much you are loved and missed. xoxo
Ellen Belinsky, Framingham
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