you Amber for the years that you brought pleasure into our lives.
Posted by: Uncle Jim, Woodbury,
Jun 11, 2004 - 12:52 EST
you very for sharing your feelings of love and lost for Amber with me.What a
beautiful memorial to her.
by: Paula Shetrone, TriCounties Bank Chico
Jun 14, 2004 -
Tammy, Thank you for sharing your beautful daughter's memories with me.She was
indeed a gift to you from God. My heart aches for you and all your family. God
bless you all. Debbie
Debbie tracy, Chico, Tri Counties Bank Headquarters.
Jun 14, 2004 - 22:20
a sweet memorial to remeber a lovely person.
Posted by: Janice Gensemer, Murfreesboro, TN
15, 2004 - 11:54 EST
you Kathy, thank you Tammy, it's sad but beautiful.
Posted by: Theresa Castillo, Hamilton City
Jun 23, 2004 - 15:31 EST
for your loss. Amber was a very lovely lady.
Posted by: LeAnn Linkous, Tennessee
Jul 13, 2004
- 12:27 EST
you for sharing this with me. This is beautiful.
Posted by: Michelle Stokes, Colorado
2004 - 12:29 EST
a beautiful memorial. Amber must have been a lovely person. So sorry for your
Posted by: Jean Lavalley,
Jul 14, 2004 - 09:34 EST
so sorry for your loss. She sounded like an increidble young woman. It is such a
tribute to her that you still feel your grief so strongly. I will keep you in my
thoughts and prayers
Nancy Walker, South Bend, Indiana
Jul 14, 2004 - 11:08 EST
Amber's pictures showed her to be a beautiful young lady and I hope her many
smiles and happy memories can help soften your pain.
Posted by: Anne Mathis, Nashville, Tennessee
14, 2004 - 12:24 EST
website is very touching. I know you will miss Amber forever. My friend Cindy
lost her 18 year old daughter in a car wreck 2 years ago. I have seen the
saddness in her and I know this is the hardest thing you can ever go through. My
thoughts are with you and your family. I know Amber was a special young lady and
I believe you will see her again. There is surely a purpose for her and you.
Your memorial for her is wonderful.
by: Pam McCash, Athens, Georgia
Jul 14, 2004 - 13:05 EST
a moving memorial to a very special young woman. I never met Amber, but know
that she left the world a much richer place. Take comfort of your memories of
her, and all the goodness and happiness that she shared with the world. Thank
you for sharing her tribute with us.
by: Jane Mohr, Seattle, WA
Jul 14, 2004 - 18:19 EST
website is such a wonderful tribute to Amber. How unfortunate that this
beautiful young lady was taken at such a young age. God has a plan that may not
always fit our own, yet we must believe that someday we will be reuntied with
our loved ones again. May you take comfort in the memories you have of
Posted by: Vivian Hudson,
Jul 14, 2004 - 21:33 EST
Although I never met Amber, her brother's sweet memories of her touched my
heart. I am so sorry for you family's loss. She was obviously a vibrant young
woman, may you always remember her that way.
Posted by: Tammy Sasso, Decatur, Georgia
2004 - 22:25 EST
there can be nothing more painful than losing a child. Amber was a beautiful
young woman. Tami hold tight to your faith. Remember that the gospel of Jesus
Christ teaches us you will see her again some day. And one day she will be
ressurrected with a perfect body free from pain and disease. That will be a
joyous day! "God knows the feelings in every human heart. He can soften sorrow
and lead when there seems to be no light. Prayer can give guidance and
confidence. It reminds us that no one need be alone in this world. If all else
fails, remember: God and one other person can be a family." --Marvin J. Ashton
Posted by: Lisa Anderson, Sutter
Jul 15, 2004 - 15:48 EST
Sometimes I believe that God gives us the "special" ones for such a short time
because He cannot bear to have them gone from His kingdom for long. Amber was
one of God's very special people. I know you must miss her greatly, but she left
you with some wonderful memories. The website is a wonderful tribute to a
beautiful person. Thank you for sharing a part of Amber's life. The link to
information on lupus was also helpful since my mother has a form of lupus.
Posted by: Linda Robertson, Aiken,
Jul 19, 2004 - 21:35 EST
a beautiful website and tribute to someone I never met but heard so much about
from Cathy. Amber apparently made a big difference in the lives of so many; I'm
truly sorry I wasn't blessed with knowing her.
Posted by: Susan Gibbs, Calpine, CA
Jul 26, 2004
- 18:41 EST
bless her memory. May she live in your hearts forever.
Posted by: Sheils, Canada
May 31, 2005 - 23:54
heard about this website from a friend.....and I was completely shocked. Amber
was my girlfriend many years ago, during the time that she was broken up with
Chris in 1999. I stayed with her and her family in Magalia for a short while,
sleeping next to her brother on the floor. I loved her dearly....she was the
first girl I ever loved, and I am saddened that I never had the chance to speak
with her again.
Posted by: Jason
Brantley, Sacramento, Ca
Nov 06, 2005 - 20:34 EST
Posted by: Ryan Comer, Paradise,
Jan 02, 2006 - 15:19 EST
Posted by: Ryan Comer, Paradise CA,
I miss you
Jan 02, 2006 - 15:21 EST
went to school with Amber and I would agree that she was the strongest girl I
can ever remember meeting. I would even go as far as to say that I am a better
person having known her. I just recently heard that she died and refused to
believe it until I saw her web site. I know where ever she is she is still that
strong and beautiful person I remember. My heart goes out to her family and I
wish them well.
Posted by: Ryan
Comer, Paradise, CA
Jan 12, 2006 - 13:42 EST
ever I see a butterfly it makes me think of you and I can't help but smile. the
memories of you will alway be close to my heart and 1 day we will all be
together again till then I miss you.
by: Debbie Glass, Bay point, CA.
Feb 07, 2006 - 21:16 EST