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Amy Louise Bartholomew
March 8, 1952 ~ January 9, 2024 (age 71) 71 Years Old
Amy embodied the essence of a truly exceptional person.
She selflessly gave without any expectation of reciprocation, demonstrating unwavering faithfulness to her God, family, and friends. Amy was a pillar of trust, safeguarding our secrets while sharing in our hopes and dreams. Her presence brought joy, making every moment spent with her a celebration of life. Her forgiving nature was a testament to her compassionate spirit.
Amy was the epitome of love.
In the professional realm, she excelled as the ideal employee, who was dedicated and loyal. She always treated her coworkers as family and shared in their triumphs and despairs. She was driven by passion for various causes, notably animal welfare. She loved all animals from insects to horses, and she gave to any organization that would help those that can't speak for themselves. She was a loving and dedicated mom to her 3 fur babies; Kylee, Hannah, and Blackie. Her commitment extended to community service, as Amy dedicated herself to the betterment of others. She was a bell ringer for the Salvation Army, delivered Thanksgiving meals to those in need, and a driver for Meals on Wheels.
Her love knew no bounds, and she will forever be cherished.
To those fortunate enough to know her, Amy was a radiant beacon of positivity.
In accordance with her wishes, there will be no traditional calling hours or funeral. Instead, a celebration of her remarkable life will take place during her favorite season, near the shores of Lake Ontario, a fitting tribute to the person who brought so much light into our lives
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Cleveland Funeral Home of Watertown, NY. Online condolences can be made at www.clevelandfhinc.com.