About Amy Amy May Detmar (Mullins)
Dec 25, 1968 - July 23, 2007
Amy May Detmar of Rochester, WA was tragically taken from us on July 21st, 2007. Amy was born on Christmas day in Grass Valley, CA, but was a life long Washington resident. Amy attended high school in Adna, WA, at Adna High School. The light of Amy's life was her 15 year old daughter, Kailyce Detmar. Amy's passions were raising and riding horses, animals, and her beloved dog "Fred". As Amy's friends have described her, she was the "pillar of strength" to those around her. Amy was a responsible, loving, generous, giving soul who helped anyone and everyone around her. Although she had only one natural daughter, and several step children, her home was always filled with kids and teens and she was called "Mom" by many. If Amy knew of someone in need, or someone who needed a place to stay until they could get themselves back on the right track, she opened her door and her home to them for as long as they needed. Amy always thought of others before herself. Although Amy's family and friends are spread out in States as far away as California, Alaska and Tennessee she had a very close, tight knit and loving family. Amy's friends and family will always remember Amy's smile, her energy, and exhuberance for life. We will FOREVER miss her.
Amy was predeceased in death by her natural Mother Kathryn Worden, her Grandfather Ed Covington, Sr. and her cousin Eddie Covington, Jr.
She is survived by her Father and stepmother of Turlock, CA, Wayne and Cheryl Detmar, her sister Faith Detmar and her husband Ira Ellis, also of Turlock, CA., sister and brother in law Shannon and Larry Smith of Anchorage, AK, her sister Staci Bloomer also of Anchorage, AK, sister Sundi Bloomer of Spring Hill, TN, her brother John Detmar, and his wife Jeanine of Rochester, WA., "The Ferris Family" , and the light of her life her daughter Kailyce Detmar.
Amy is also survived by her Maternal Grandmother Joellen Covington, 3 step children, 2 grand children, her Aunt Lucinda Smith, Aunt Molly Worden, Aunt Bridget Covington, Uncle Chris and many cousins.
Amy's life was tragically cut short, her death was unexpected and senseless. Because of this Amy's family and friends will be filled with eternal sorrow for the loss of their beloved Amy. Though she is gone from this world, she will ALWAYS remain in our hearts, and a part of our lives. She will never be forgotten.
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