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Amber Marie Renshaw
1987 - 2018
Amber Marie Renshaw, 31, died Saturday, May 5th, 2018 in Boise. Amber was born March 13, 1987 in Spokane, Washington to Gregory Allen Renshaw and Melissa Leigh Cunningham Renshaw. Amber was beautiful and loveable. Her personality was magnetic as she drew many people to her because she cared for them. She was intelligent, ambitious and excelled in most anything she tried. Her #1 achievement was being mom to her little daughter, Kaeliana Booher,7, whom she loved more than anyone in the world. Amber loved outdoor adventures with Kaeliana and they did many activities together such as camping, rock hunting, playing at the park, going to the Discovery Center and visiting friends and family. She especially loved to dress her daughter in costumes and makeup and watch her dance with delight. Amber loved good food and enjoyed making sushi for her family.
Amber attended schools in Elko, NV and graduated from Boise High. She studied to be a certified nail tech. She had many interests and hoped to return to college to study Radiology. She lightened and brightened our spirit with her beautiful smile. She will be missed so very much.
She is survived by her daughter Kaeliana Marie, her father, Greg, Kaeliana's father, Nick Booher, her sister, Krystle Leigh Wood and husband Shane, and their 2 children Aiden & Remi, grandparents, Allen and Judy Renshaw, her Gran Peggy Cunningham and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her mother, Melissa and grandfather, Richard Cunningham.
A Celebration of Life will be held on May 21 from 11A.M.-2P.M. at the Allen Renshaw home. Donations may be made for Kaeliana through a 529 Ideal Educational Fund by contacting Amber's uncle, Christopher Renshaw.
Published in Idaho Statesman on May 16, 2018
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