I just heard today of this senseless tragedy. I knew Amy from college and again in grad school..and live nearby in Redding, CT now. I had not seen her in years (almost 20) and ran into her in Boca Raton, Florida last winter. I am heartbroken to hear of this awful news today through the Wharton Alumni news from Marilyn Adler's posting about this site. I also understand today was her birthday and the pain of those who knew and loved her must be enormous today especially. I feel touched that I had the chance to see her that night in Florida. My condolences to her parents, family and to her many friends in such a heart-breaking, unimaginable loss. I know there are no words. I feel lucky to have seen Amy at Boca West that night and she will always be in my memory as she was that night -- beautiful, outgoing, all smiles, doting over her adorable children. You are all in my prayers.
Thinking of you sweet Amy on this day that would have been your 47th birthday.
It's no exaggeration to say we think of you three each and every day. We say daily hellos and prayers as we pass your daffodil garden, remember you on the tennis court, basketball court and baseball field, and wish we could see you, hear you and share laughs with you in and around the school. It still makes no sense, not to any of us. It still hurts to think of you being gone. Your absence still brings tears. We can only hope that you float among the clouds watching with great enthusiasm, and that you have the peace you didn't have in the last year of your lives and in your home.
Tracy, Cole and Ali