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Amy Margaret Wollnick Carson

Amy Margaret Wollnick Carson Obituary
Amy Margaret Wollnick Carson

Reno - Amy Margaret Wollnick Carson, 66, of Reno NV, passed away on Thursday February 13, 2020.

Born August 6, 1953 in Washington DC, she was the daughter of Nydia Wollnick and Donald Wollnick.

She is survived by her mother Nydia and Father Donald. Daughter Carley and son Joshua. Her sister Mary and Brother Steven.

She looked on to watch her children be successful adults and go on to have children of their own. Josh went to Elko to peruse his career in fire with his wife and two children. Josh's oldest daughter lives in Washington State. Carley went on to peruse a career in the medical field and has one son.

She was a very artistic person at heart. When the kids were younger she would sew clothing and blankets. She would also weave Easter baskets and decorative baskets. She would go on to paint and draw the most beautiful scenery's and portraits. Her inspiration and teaching would come from a very good friend that lived in Washoe Valley. Music was also an art she loved. She would usually play an instrument. It was the flute for a short time but always was a guitar. She took lessons and perfected her skill by practicing all her favorite songs from the Beetles. She had record albums from Bob Dylan and the Beetles. She loved to display all her favorite music memorabilia.

She had a zest for thrill. For a time, she had two Harleys and would ride distances short and long with her friends with the wind in her hair. Her thrill continued with her friends from LIFE CHURCH here in Reno. They would have group outings to snowshoe, bike, and hike the Sierra's. She had a continual smile on her face as they would meet to talk faith and friendship.

She was loved by her family and friends and will be solely missed.

"Come to me…. I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

Her photo is a self-painted portrait.
Published in Reno Gazette-Journal from Mar. 10 to Mar. 15, 2020
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