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Amy D. Nowack
In the early morning of Sunday February 19th, Amy Denise Nowack, beloved mother of Adam & Michaela Burns, passed away unexpectedly after her long fight with kidney disease. Amy is Predeceased by her parents , Arthur and Katherine Nowack. Amy is also survived by her brother and sister Chris and Jody Nowack. Amy was born December 17th, 1964 in Lima, NY and was the oldest of her siblings. Amy graduated in 1983 from Bloomfield Central. Amy lived life to the best of her ability. Amy took care of not only her biological children, but the other lives shes touched who have all considered her to be another mom to them. Amy was also the best cat mom to her fur babies. Amy loved coloring, talking to her friends and family, pretending to watch tv while she slept, getting ice cream from Russells and playing games on her phone. Amy spoke her mind and knew just how she liked things to be done. To know Amy was to love Amy.
Amy didn’t have much but always made sure her children had everything they needed. In her honor, a go fund me account was created for her children to receive donations to help pay for her cremation as well as other expenses surrounding her passing. Amy did not have life insurance nor did she have anything in place of this sudden passing. Her children could use all the help they can get to be able to send her off the proper way. To donate click here https://gofund.me/9b4ed182
There will be a celebration of her life Friday March 3rd for all those interested in celebrating and sending Amy off. It will be very informal since that was her favorite way to be and we hope to be surrounded by people who loved her. Any questions or information regarding her celebration of life can be answered by her children Adam or Michaela and can be found through Facebook pages or the go fund me.
The national Kidney foundation as a place to leave your mark for Amy since her kidney disease was a lot of who she turned into. This disease took the best of her and made her sick and tired most of the time and yet she still strived to be the best mother she could be. To donate click here https://www.kidney.org/donation
In Amy’s honor we would like to also express the amount of love she had for animals and encourage a donation to the Verona street animal shelter. To donate click here https://www.vsas.org/donate/