Guest Book for Amy J. (Smith) Dewe

Provided by Kopler - Williams Funeral Home

Posted by: Rachel Farnsworth
Thu November 02, 2017
My thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Remember the good times you had with her, and tell your kids about her.

Posted by: Linda Bledsoe
Thu November 02, 2017
My deepest sympathies go out to you Larry and your Mom and siblings.
Think of you often.  
God Bless You All!!!


Posted by: Jim & Sahron Mitchell
Thu November 02, 2017
So sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace. Peace to the whole family.

Posted by: Doug Thomas
Thu November 02, 2017
Larry and family, I am so sorry for your family loss.  God has called her home and knows that she is at a better place and you and your family will see her again.

Posted by: Sam Curran
Thu November 02, 2017
Elli, I am so sorry to hear about Amy.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

Posted by: Jim Cain
Thu November 02, 2017
Amy was usually quiet and shy around me, but on occasion she would open up and tell stories and laugh. So funny, sometimes. Also, like her father Bill, she was kind to a fault. I will miss seeing her at all the family events. I think of Amy warmly and know her passing has deeply affected her loving sister Debbie. Fortunately, they were able to spend some happy times together in recent years.  I wish Amy's life could have been longer and with fewer stresses. All of her burdens are lifted, but her passing leaves an empty place for me.

Posted by: Raymond F Richardson
Fri November 03, 2017
My condolences to the Smith, Dewe, families at this time. Amy was a wonderful person. Will always remember Junior Choir at the Hume Church.

Posted by: Dan and julie baldwin
Fri November 03, 2017
So sorry for your loss we will keep you in our prayers

Posted by: Nancy Osborn (Beardsley)
Fri November 03, 2017
To the family of Amy,
We are so sorry to learn of Amy.  Our deepest sympathies are to you and Ellie
for this tragic loss.  Our prayers for you will continue in this time of need.

The Beardsley family

Posted by: Joy Gilmore
Sun November 05, 2017
I remember Amy as a child.  Amy was a couple of years older than my boys, Ronald and Ian.  I have pictures of the kids sitting on the steps of the old store in Hume waiting for the school bus. I remember Amy as a happy, lovely child.  So sorry.