Amy-Theismann-Obituary

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Amy Lynn Theismann

Pompano Beach, Florida

Mar 30, 1973 – Mar 29, 2016

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BORN
March 30, 1973
DIED
March 29, 2016
LOCATION
Pompano Beach, Florida

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Amy Lynn Theismann 43 of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away March 29, 2016. She was born in Toronto Canada on March 30, 1973. Amy Theismann graduated from St. Thomas Aquainas. Amy Theismann worked and had a career in Moving Landscape. Amy had a passion for horses, children, and her family. Amy is...

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Some of my fondest memories as a very young man were with my family at Westwood Country Club in the early 80's. This is when I met Amy. We were just kids having the time of our lives, playing and swimming with a huge group of friends that loved her company as I did. I moved away and we never had a chance to enjoy those memories together again. Over the many years, I would hear the last name and wonder about Amy. Today was one of those days but sadly, it led me to learn of her passing. Thank...

Thank you Amy for all the lives you touched and all the people you made smile on a DAILY basis. I first met you in Deerfield Beach back in 2010ish. We laughed together, got mad as hornets together, cried together, but most of all, we loved each others as family should. I shall eat ice cram from the tub in honor of you my big Sister.

My mother was so very saddened to hear just recently about Amy's passing in 2016. Her name is Thelma Smith and she still lives in Leesburg, Va. She was a housekeeper for the Thiesmanns when Amy, Joey, and Patrick were very young and she also took care of the children when needed. She considered the Thiesmanns not just her employers but folks she trusted and treasured. She adored them and really loved working for them. My name is Carolyn Reid and through my Mother, I babysit the Thiesmann...

I am saddened to just hear of Amy's passing. I only last saw her when she was 15 years old and we were both living in the D.C. area. Wow, how I wish we would have stayed in touch. God bless the Theismann family for making such an angel to walk amongst us...if even for too short a time.

I'm deeply sorry for your loss .I pray and ask Blessed Saint Mother Teresa for a cure for Cancer and all incurables.

I just found out about Amy's passing. I was lucky enough to have been her friend and got to know her while we were in UTAH. RIP dearest Amy. My prayers go out to her family and her parents. It saddens my heart to learn about special people leaving us so young. Lee Ware-Bachman.

Joe and Cheryl:
We are sad to learn of Amy's passing, our thoughts and prayers for Amy and the extended family.
The Szostak's , South River, NJ

I am a student at Liberty University and I watched you speaking at the Liberty Convocation on last night. You were so inspirational, encouraging and uplifting. I don't know you, have forever been a great fan of yours and I was sadden to hear of the passing of your daughter. I began to cry while sitting on my sofa as you cried sharing how she passed away six months ago. I pray for your continued strength and know that you have always been a blessing to the world.

Dear Joe,my dad John,my Aunt Diane,myself and the rest of our family are very sad to hear of this loss.I didn't find out till today.Prayers to you and you're family from the Herbst family in New Jersey.Please know you are in our thoughts.