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In Memory of

Amy Elizabeth Squire

September 6, 1951 - March 30, 2015

Obituary


It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Amy Elizabeth Squire. A devoted wife, a spectacular Mom, a doting "Gramma," a caring and professional nurse, and a loving friend, Amy's body and soul are finally free from a disease that she refused to let define her. She passed away peacefully in the arms of family at 5:00 a.m. on March 30, 2015. We're celebrating 63 years of her beautiful life.

Amy thrived in her professional calling as a Registered Nurse, always striving to learn more. She earned her Bachelor of Science...

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Amy Elizabeth Squire. A devoted wife, a spectacular Mom, a doting "Gramma," a caring and professional nurse, and a loving friend, Amy's body and soul are finally free from a disease that she refused to let define her. She passed away peacefully in the arms of family at 5:00 a.m. on March 30, 2015. We're celebrating 63 years of her beautiful life.

Amy thrived in her professional calling as a Registered Nurse, always striving to learn more. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at 59 years, and at the time of her death was one year away from becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Amy's passion and love were demonstrated daily with patients and colleagues she served at the Catawba Valley Medical Center. Wherever she went in Western New York or Conover, NC, Amy touched people's lives with the heart of an angel.

Amy continues to watch over her husband Dave (Conover, NC) and their faithful beagle companion, Snoopy. Her love lives on in the lives of her son Marc Squire and girlfriend Kristelle Goulias; her son Ryan and wife Tandi Squire; and her three precious grandchildren, Will and Anna Squire and Anderson Musuraca.

Amy loved flowers - but she would want you to plant them in your own garden to brighten your day. In lieu of services, please share your love, photos and fond memories of how Amy brought light into your life with your friends and family.

Amy's favorite thing to say was, "Isn't that beautiful." She saw beauty in every gift, every person, and every moment. She will forever be our angel. isn't that beautiful?