Condolences for Amie M. (Riech) Loman

 

Linda posted on 8/18/19

Loved her sunshine, more radiant than a sunflower field or even the sun itself. She was the entire galaxy and is now. I will miss her deeply.

 

Marshall Stone posted on 7/12/19

Amie was one of the most dedicated and caring employees I ever had the honor of supervising.

 

Casey Wilson (Loman) posted on 7/11/19

Uncle Lance, I am so sorry that you are experiencing this nightmare. Amie was genuinely one of the kindest people I knew. Mom loved her and I wish Dad was here to help you.

 

Mary Kay Eades posted on 7/11/19

Lance, Theresa, and Carl My heartfelt condolences to all of you on the loss of Amie. She had an enormously ‘giving’ personality and gave comfort not only to many victims of crime across the US, but to her coworkers as well. I will cherish the times we spent together driving to towns for our human trafficking presentations and a week spent in DC. She consistently put others’ needs before her own. This past year during every contact we had, she asked about my Mom, who also is fighting cancer, and offered upbeat words of encouragement. I will miss Amie and that extremely rare characteristic she possessed: a heart of gold. Mary Kay

 

Margaret Green posted on 7/11/19

Lance, My deepest sympathies to you and Amie's parents.

 

Deborah Richardson posted on 7/11/19

Amie, you were sunshine in bodily form. Your physical presence will be missed beyond measure. However, your warmth and truly caring nature will be remembered and felt throughout eternity.

 

Julie Stoecker posted on 7/11/19

Lance I'm so sorry for your loss, you are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Susan Needham posted on 7/11/19

Much love Amie. My life is richer and a better place because of you. I am glad we have had many years together. You were beautiful inside and out. Much love, peace, light and healing to Amies loved ones.

 

 

Sue Young posted on 7/10/19

My heart. I will miss you my friend so much. All our talks, lunches, morning tea in the office, planning your lunches for the office, sharing all that God was doing thru you. Your race is run, your work done. Enjoy your rest and reward til I see you again.

 

 

Karen Gale posted on 7/10/19

Amie was a kind and generous woman who will be greatly missed by all those who had the honor of knowing her. Peace to her family.