AMY-FORSYTH-Obituary

AMY M. FORSYTH

Obituary

FORSYTH, AMY M. 33 - of a former resident Rio Grande, died Monday, April 5, 2010, in Houston, TX. She was born in Cape May Court House, and was a graduate of Middle Township High School and Trenton State College. She was employed as a computer analyst; she enjoyed translating the English/Japanese language and martial arts. She was an active member of the Christ the Servant Lutheran Church of Houston. She is survived by her mother, Carol A. Spaide and step father, Ritchie of Cape May Court House; her father, Larry W. of Villas; a sister, Stacy L. Hickman of Wildwood Crest; maternal grandfather, John W. Frame and paternal grandmother, Johanna Forsyth; her aunts and uncles: Steven Frame (Susan); Diane Smick (Terry); Bruce rame (Christine); Joanne Becmer (Stephen) Matthew Frame (Theresa); JoAnn (David) Macool; Jeanette (Bill) Ackley; Terry Forsyth and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, June Frame; her paternal grandfather, Patrick Forsyth and uncle, Harvey Forsyth. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2010, at 2:30 p.m. at the Radzieta Funeral Home, 9 Hand Avenue Cape May Court House, NJ where friends may call 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Interment will be in Tabernacle Methodist Cemetery, Erma. Memorials may be sent to the Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, 2400 Wilcrest Drive, Houston, TX 77042. Condolences are www.radzieta.com

This obituary was originally published in The Press of Atlantic City.

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I just stumbled across this entry last night. I believe this is the same Amy that I was roommates with freshman year at Trenton State College (if not I apologize for the intrusion). I want to express my condolences to her family. 33 is such a young age at which to pass away. If I know anything about Amy from that year that we lived together it is that she always did what she wanted to do and she didn't care what others thought; independent, smart, and self-motivated.

My most sincere condolences to her family. I met Amy back in 2001, when I went to NY, and she was a most wonderful person. I was - and am - really happy and proud to have met a person like her.

Unfortunately, it was only today that I knew of her passing.

I am sure that she is with the Lord in a safe and nice place, and may Him bless all her family.

Luiz Kobayashi, from Brazil

Stacy,
I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your sister. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

May you feel the gentle comfort of God's angels as they wrap you in their wings during this time of great loss and grief. Love, Mary

Death leaves a heartache,
No one can heal.
Love leaves a memory,
No one can steal.

My sincere condolences Larry and family. May your memories help you through these difficult moments.

No words, just love and prayers. Amy will be missed!

Amy meant a lot to the members of Christ The Servant Luthern Church. She greeted everyone with her welcoming smile.We will miss her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.

She will be greatly missed by all that crossed her path.

Amy was always a great person to hang around with at the drafthouse on Tuesday's for the anime screenings. The amount of insight she gave us was amazing. She always had a great sense of humor and quick wit to match she is going to be greatly missed.