My heartfelt condolences to everyone who knew you, has experienced the loss of your presence and has been hurt by this tragedy.
My childhood friends are not a distant memory, but stay with me whether near or far, or no longer with us. They are a part of who we each became, who we are. Amy was so much a part of this for me, and always will be. Vivid memories of camp and school, I hold onto them forever. Much love, Lois
Amy, Molly and Gregory: It's been 365 days since you left us in this life. Not a single day goes by that you are not remembered, missed and LOVED. Bryan, Aliza, Jared and I hold you in our hearts wherever we go, and nobody can ever take that away from us. We loved you in life, and we will love you forevermore. We were and are so blessed to call you our "Dear Friends". We love you, and somehow, we hope you know that.
Love you forever,
Madeline, Bryan, Aliza and Jared
On this day I am picturing you all as you were the last time I saw you... and missing you more than words can express.
You're forever in my heart.
I miss you so much! I talk to you almost every night before I go to bed. I just wish i could hear you talk back. To say that i think about you everyday would not be an exageration. I still sleep with Bearbee every night beacause you named him. I remember when you named him. You said he was ferocious and shot acid out of his butt. I didn't like the idea at first but I stuck with it and i'm glad I did. I also remember at camp when i gave you a french braid but it was really messy so you took it out!:) My mom told me that Emma gave them a ladybug pillowpet to bury you with. So my mom got me one and of course i named it Molly. I love you and miss you so much.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOLLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I miss you so much! I remember how we were bunk bed buddies our first year of camp.(Even though we didn't share a bunkbed.) We were the only ones in our bunk who had a bunk bed. There was no one who slept on top of mine, and a counselor slept on the top of yours. WE called ourselves bunk bed buddies because of that. I wish we could have been in the same bunk our second year too. I still have that doll you and Emma dressed up when you slept over for my birthday. I didn't take all of the stuff off it. Only a couple clips. I wear a camp bracelet and keep that doll in your memory.
Your friend, Emily
We're thinking of you on your birthday and hoping you are smiling down on us from a good place.
I still remember so clearly how gorgeous you looked on the day you were born... as gorgeous as you were the last time I saw you.
And I'll never forget how great you were with Dylan despite the years between you.
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.