Amy-Flerchinger-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Lincoln Memorial Park - Portland

Amy Rose Flerchinger

Portland, Oregon

Dec 21, 1960 – Oct 1, 2017 (Age 56)

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Dear Amy, I hope you were somehow able to watch from eternity today. Your memorial service was I believe the best and most meaningful memorial service I have ever attended. Lincoln Memorial, Greg, Andrea, and whoever else was involved did a really great job of highlighting and celebrating your life. Genuine love, care, and appreciation of you was freely shared, in a sweet and well ordered way, as well as love and concern for your family. It was truly beautiful. You will be remembered,...

Greg, Anastasia and Sydney,

No words can adequately express our shock and sorrow at the sudden passing of Amy. We wish we had the opportunity to know her better. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.

So sorry to hear about Amy, my heart goes out to Greg and the girls. My deepest sympathy at this time of great loss.

We were stunned and saddened by the sudden loss of cousin Amy. Please know that our prayers and deepest sympathy are with the families, especially to cousin Greg, Anastasia and Sydney.

Amy and I met in the 3rd grade. We instantly became Best Friends. During our Pool Rat Days Amy and Jane were known as just one word. We were so cute together. After High School we treated ourselves to a Hawaiian vacation. After our return, we moved out together. Amy and I lived together for several years. We were like Steve Martin and Dan Akoryad. We were two "Wild and Crazy" Gals! Our lives started to take different directions. I started my family early. She was still single. It...

Dear Aunt Amy, I will miss you and your smile and laughter. I watched you with your girls and you taught me it is okay to be goofy and silly because it brings joy to you and others around you. I pray for comfort and peace for your husband and girls as well as all those who loved and knew you. You are deeply loved and will be missed greatly.

My condolences to her dear family. I knew Amy in high school. Her kindness was matched by her intelligence. I am so sorry for your tremendous loss.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Greg, Anastasia and Sydney, we love you. Amy was such a beautiful person both inside and out. She touched everyone she knew and we were lucky enough to have her in our lives. To say that she will be missed would be an understatement.

I still can't believe this has happened. My deepest sympathies to Greg, Anastasia and Sydney. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

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Amy Rose Flerchinger, 56, of Clackamas, Oregon passed away¬ ¬¬early on October 1, 2017 with family at her side. She had been ill just a short time before her diagnosis of cancer, and passed away within a week.She was born in Portland, Oregon on December 21, 1960 to Thomas and Rose Heintz. She was...

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