Amy Bleuel
1985 - 2017
August 3, 1985
March 23, 2017
Pfotenhauer Family Funeral Home - East-Town
2379 E Mason St
Green Bay, WI 54302
Bleuel, Amy

Amy Bleuel, 31, passed away March 24, 2017.

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Published by Green Bay Press-Gazette on Mar. 29, 2017.
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Im a survivor my son Cesar suicide when he have 22 years old ..01/01/2012
Lydia Rodriguez
July 29, 2019
I'm choosing to keep going; because of you.
Tasha Reigel
November 1, 2018
October 19, 2018
I am trying because of you.
Deborah Martinez
August 23, 2018
Rest In Peace, we will continue to fight the fight.
June 24, 2018
The world should have done better for you ;

Thank You

April 25, 2018
Rest in power beautiful. Youre very inspiring. Love you.
Taizjon Chaney-Wallace
April 16, 2018
Thankyou for raising awareness. Without the likes of the project and talking to people through it who are going through the same as me I'd not be here today, only wish I could have thanked you in person. R.I.P fly high with the angles x
Kieran .
March 26, 2018
Gracias Amy
Tu historia nunca terminar√°
Leeloo Multipass
March 23, 2018
RIP Sweet Angel
February 15, 2018
Rip love
Gene Allen
November 11, 2017
Amy encouraged me, she was a huge influence on my life, even though I never met her. Thank you, you were a huge encouragement to me through my hardest times, you saved my life and helped me see meaning and a future. Thank you for being a light in this dark world
Samuel Adkins
November 5, 2017
; Du lebst weiter...
Christian Curtz
October 9, 2017
You fought the good fight, now go into the good light and become and receive the Peace u are. I love u and wish I could've told u face to face
Natasha Ellis
September 23, 2017
project semicolon impacted my life forever. thank you.
September 19, 2017
The work you did for Project Semicolon has changed my life forever. You are the voice, the cover, the name, the face and everything that encompasses The Semicolon. I am forever grateful for you choosing my story to be in your book. It is such an honor and privilege share my story with others, in hopes to give them light and peace as they live their lives. I am deeply saddened by your passing and hope that you are in the comfort of those whom you missed and those you love. You are no longer in pain. Please look down on all of us and know that we are so proud of the person you are. You have encouraged and helped so many. You inspire, motivate, and keep me going whenever I look at my tattoo placed on my wrist. May light always surround you and love always be within your heart, Amy. Rest in Peace sweetheart.
Krystle ; <3
Krystle Drayton
August 18, 2017
I'm so incredibly saddened by your troubles and suffering. I hope you've find peace as you're missed and we all thank you emmensely for what you began! Rest In Peace dear. Praying for the ones you loved and those that loved you most! Xx
August 5, 2017
Rest In Peace

August 3, 2017
mary tederous
August 2, 2017
Thank you for all the good this precious life has offered to us all. May her memory continue on in the semi colon project in the hearts of all who loved her.
Darryl Johnston
July 24, 2017
Dear Amy and Amy's family and friends,
With thanksgiving for your life Amy. In your purpose you displayed such strength, compassion, love and courage. Thank you and may perpetual light shine upon you as you Rest In Peace. ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
carol goodwin
July 20, 2017
Thank you for your good works.
Project Semicolon has helped so many others.
For you and your loved ones, I hope for Peace.
Linda Eby
July 16, 2017
I am filled with sorrow to hear of you leaving this world so young. Your life has left a mark and legacy for so many. The deep impact on those who could not speak of their journey thru depression / suicide that your semi-colon project allowed speaks volumes. See you someday on the other side angel. Your light will continue to burn for all who seek healing as they journey in the hopes of wholeness.
Carly Mercer
July 12, 2017
So sad. Such a loss. The world has lost a loving & compassionate heart. Heartfelt condolences to Amy's family and friends.
July 12, 2017
So sorry. I wish I had met you. I too feel a lot of pain.
Dennis Biondi
July 10, 2017
God Bless You! You're a daughter of greatness and the universe and will always be remembered for your good works and uniqueness. I'm sorry your struggle was so deeply difficult. You deserve peace happiness and eternal love. With sisterly love, Andrea.
Andrea Tate
July 8, 2017
gone too soon, see you in heaven angel.
July 7, 2017
Darcey Clegg
July 7, 2017
Dear sweet Amy, We never met in person; but just like you- I have lived a life like you. I admired your heart, empathy, compassion, wisdom and strength. There is nothing fair about life. You should still be here with us today. We need more people like you. I'm so very sorry that you couldn't find anchor to help you with your deep sorrows and pain. I pray that there is a much better, more sweeter place for you now. RIP, Amy.
Taeghan-Gabriell Gilbert
July 4, 2017
Living with the pain and suffering of depression and Mental Illness is often hidden and misunderstood by others and among ourselves who are challenged daily by it. May you Rest In Peace as you left us in this life for a new beginning. Words are inadequate to describe and tell the story of the struggles of Mental Illness. The"semi-colon" symbolizes that hope of a better tomorrow; a new path to follow when sadness seems to blur the way in front of us!
Daniel stoy
June 28, 2017
Rest in peace, my friend. Your legacy lives on and embraces my wrist in the form of a bracelet during my lows. Thank you for bringing the semicolon project to light.
June 26, 2017
Thank you. You touched so many lives around the world with your courage to shine a light on depression and suicide. My story continues;
Susan Emberley
June 25, 2017
Bless your beautiful soul, Amy.
May you kindly rest in peace.
June 19, 2017
God bless you , I just lost a beautiful friend from 6th grade from this we are 55 now !!! It's a long road !!!!
Allison Myers
June 19, 2017
So sad to have just read of Amy's passing. What a gift she gave so many others who were and will struggle in the future. Her light will keep shining for others that will need it. Condolences to Amy's family and friends on their sad loss.
June 18, 2017
I've just read the sad news that for Amy, her story has finally ended. At the lowest point in my life, Amy's vision of #projectsicolon came along, and undoubtedly helped me greatly. I knew I wasn't alone, and in September 2015 I had my own semicolon tattoo inked on to my wrist.

Anyone who knows me would never imagine for a second that I'd have got a tattoo, but the moment I became aware of the project, I knew I had to get myself one.

It serves two purposes. Every day I see my semicolon, I'm reminded of how bad things got, and how far I have come since. It gives me great strength. Secondly, people see my tattoo and they ask me about it, which opens up the opportunity to talk about this taboo subject - mental health.

Thank you Amy for having the courage and vision to raise so much awareness for mental health. Without your work, which gave me so much hope and strength, my story may have ended some time ago. I'm so sad that for you, the fullstop came so tragically early.

With love to you, your family, friends and everyone in the wider #projectsemicolon family.

R.I.P. Amy Bleuel
Peter Benson
June 18, 2017
June 18, 2017
Vanessa Youse
June 16, 2017
May Amy's family be comforted.
Jen Browne
June 16, 2017
Thank you Amy for your dedication, strength and work to help all who suffer from depression. You will be so sadly missed, but lovingly remembered.
Vicki Schlottman
June 15, 2017
I can't know what your pain must have been like to carry all your years, but the light and courage you brought into this world will live on forever. I can honestly say that I do understand your pain because I have traveled a road very much like yours. I will keep taking one step in front of another one in hopes that I make it another day. Thank you for sharing your light.
antoinette wardell
June 13, 2017
Thank you. Thank you for sharing your story, for your courage, for inspiring and for giving us hope. The world is a better place because you were in it. Thank you so much.
June 10, 2017
The brightest flames burn the quickest. You have left your mark.
June 10, 2017
Thank you for trying. Thank you for trying to not only help yourself, but people you didn't even know. It truly is the highest form of charity and you were a kind soul to try for so long. May you find peace now; and may your next life be much kinder to your spirit.
Shelly Reid
June 7, 2017
Diana Booth
June 6, 2017
Diana Booth
June 6, 2017
Rest in Peace, You made a impact on many lives.
Eula Gautreaux
June 5, 2017
You have created so much beauty in this world, and so much hope. You have helped me to live on, and encourage others to do so every day. You are so missed and so loved, and we will remember your legacy. Thank you so much for all you have done.
M. K.
June 2, 2017
What a beautiful and sad story. Amy, you have left your mark;
Juliet Cooper
June 2, 2017
You may have lost a battle, but your inspiration and fortitude will win not battles, but wars - Rest In Peace, beautiful human being.

Your absence is the world's loss.
Mark Pinedde
June 1, 2017
Project Semicolon is helping lots of people, including me. All I want to say is thank you.
May 28, 2017
Your Semicolon project saved me. Sometimes when I get on my lowest due to my major depression, I draw semicolon on my wrist because I know my story isn't over yet. IAnd I'm sure it's not only me. Rest in Peace, Rise in Power, Amy.
Teresa Goenawan
May 28, 2017
You are missed, and will live on forever. The more the broken, the closer to God;
Suzanne Lambert
May 27, 2017
Your story lives on through me. My story, isn't over yet ;;;;;; I'll see you on the other side.
Suzanne Lambert
May 27, 2017
I am so sorry that you didn't allow your story to continue. You were such a powerful and creative woman. We will miss you and your inspiration.
michell callaway
May 26, 2017
Amy, your Semicolon Project is impactful!
May you rest in peace knowing that you inspired many people around the world. My 20-year old daughter informed me of your tattoo's significance. I was instantly encouraged and blown away. Thank you for shining your light.
Monique Boldon
May 25, 2017
Tricia Wallace
May 25, 2017
I never knew you, but your project hit home and my 78yr old grandmother has the semicolon tattoo for her daughter/my mother. You were an inspiration to the world. It will no longer be the same without you, but you will forever live on in our memories.
Desmond Feaithil
May 23, 2017
Project semi colon was symbolically important for me. I found the message true.
Khema Wijegunawardane
May 23, 2017
Thank you for bringing awareness to the illness that many battles. Amy, I pray the Lord wraps you in his warm embrace. You were brave during your darkest momments. Rest in Peace.
May 22, 2017
Thank you for all you've done. Thank you for the inspiration to keep fighting.
May 22, 2017
I live with Bipolar and struggle with the thinking of the possibility of suicide from time to time. Thank you for being so strong and speaking out on mental health issues.
Carmen Greer
May 22, 2017
Amy, I pray that you are in peace and surrounded by a rainbow warmth of light.
May 22, 2017
Thank you....
May 18, 2017
U fought Bravely Amy and left a path and torch to follow full of Hope...Rest In Peace!
May 18, 2017
Thank you for your legacy, Amy. I hope you are truly able to rest in peace, now.
Gerry O'Hara
May 16, 2017
Rest in peace Amy
May 10, 2017
Rest in peace.
May 10, 2017
Amy has influenced my life I've written about my struggles to the semicolon project.her life was much like my own.I will be forever grateful she shared her struggle
Odette Dunbar
May 9, 2017
To Amy, I pray that you are now at peace. Thank you for inspiring so many and giving us hope. AP;
May 8, 2017
R.I.P...Heaven has gain an Angel.
Feliscia Ng
May 8, 2017
I hope you are at rest now Amy. God Bless. You have left a legacy and you have touched so many lives. We will always remember you.
May 7, 2017
May 7, 2017
I just know your wings are amazing, glorious, beautiful, and huge to wrap us all in them for comfort and protection when we need it the most! We all miss you but know that your beautiful legacy will live on forever, and that your in good hands until we meet again... xoxo
Christine Johnson
May 6, 2017
I am so sorry to hear of your passing. You brought hope to so many. Rest in peace, beautiful woman.
Shelby Good
May 5, 2017
Rest In Peace beautiful woman. The struggles are so difficult and you left your, unintended pun to follow, mark on this world. May you find the tranquillity you sought
Molly H
May 5, 2017
God's mercy is endless. We hardly know how far it reaches. Just as Jesus Christ left this mortal life vulnerable and exposed, and resurrected to the Father, so have you. Thank you for your life and enjoy the life with your creator that was promised!
May 4, 2017
I am getting my tattoo very soon that will remind me of your brave fight. You are still a beacon of light to those who are trying to find their way. Your flame will shine forever.
Suzanne Avalon
May 3, 2017
God bless you . Rest now sweet girl
Gina Johnson
May 3, 2017
I pray that you are now at peace Amy, & May God bring comfort to your loved ones, family & friends! I wish you would've stayed!
Kelley Miller
May 3, 2017
Kelley Miller
May 3, 2017
I only just recently learned about Project Semicolon and it is such a beautiful gift to all struggling with mental illness and symbolizes the braveity to keep going despite the darkness so thank you Amy for your own bravness and the light you brought into the world.
RIP beautiful angel.
Cris P
May 2, 2017
May 2, 2017
I saw the Semicolon project a couple years back when I was doing research on depression. I have struggled with depression and anxiety for many years and when I saw the website for this, I felt like someone finally understood. Amy, you were an inspiration to a lot of people, including complete strangers. I am saddened to hear the news of your passing, and please know you mattered to a lot of people, your life mattered. I will always think of you, and I will always remember how you touched my heart with your story. May you rest in peace and get to see your dad again. God bless.
May 1, 2017
Amy was an inspiration to me. I have been struggling since I was 5years old with depression among other mental issues. Now at the age of 48 years old I am just now realizing so much about my illness and Amy has help to bring me so much encouragement through her Project Semicolon. God bless you Amy Bleuel may you rest in peace in the arms of our merciful loving God forever.
Janelle Peters
May 1, 2017
Thank you for holding on for so long ; thank you.
M.Consuelo Silva Lezama
May 1, 2017
Didn't know you very long, but enjoyed helping take care of your dental needs at the office I worked at (and you were a patient at). Just found out about your passing, and I am stunned! You mattered, and were so important! Look at all the guestbook entries, only Super Stars have that many!
Peace to you Amy, and Condolences to David and the rest of your family.
Holly Schiller, CDA ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
Holly Schiller
April 29, 2017
April 28, 2017
My Dear Lil Sis:
May you find the peace that you are searching for, as you travel through your new journey. I had so much to say to you and my heart is broken for your loss and for missing the chance to talk to you before you left this world. I will speak with you as I sit alone in silence, in hopes that you will hear me. You are loved, you are missed. I love you Amy.
Brian Hedrick
April 27, 2017
I'm going to miss you terribly, Amy. Despite our differences, you were my sister and I loved you more than you knew. I truly hope that in your passing you've found the peace that you couldn't acquire through those that loved you here on Earth. I promise that your passing will not have been in vain. I will ensure that, like the legacy you created through Project Semicolon, you will be remembered not for your struggles but for the victories that you achieved because of them.
Joshua Callington
April 26, 2017
My heart is grieving at the loss of my daughter. Amy has touched the lives of many people and for that I am extremely grateful. I am hoping that for her I will be able to continue on with speaking to others in regards to Project Semicolon. She will be missed very much but she will never be forgotten. RIP my precious child! You are FREE now!
Jeanne Forrest
April 26, 2017
Thank you for all that you shared with us, Amy. I hope you have peace now.
Linda Easton
April 24, 2017
Amy, I'm holding on, trying to get well so I can do something to continue your work. You inspire me to do better, to be better. I understand the pain, and I'm praying for all who love you and grieve your loss along with me. One day I will hug you and thank you in Heaven.
Trisha Laukaitis
April 24, 2017
Looking at the night sky, yours will be the brightest star shining on the work. May you find the peace and meaning you gave to all of us.
April 23, 2017
April 23, 2017
What a wonderful gift you created for those struggling with mental health disorders. May you rest in peace.
Lisa Suddreth
April 23, 2017
April 23, 2017
Your message continues to give me hope. Thank you for all your contributions to mental illness.
April 22, 2017
Thank you you saved my daughter
April 22, 2017
Thank you for the help you gave others
April 22, 2017