We are heartbroken to announce the sudden passing of Amy Michelle Storms on June 4th, 2021.
Her three beautiful daughters Madison, Mackenzie and Molly will be left without their mommy. She loved them so fiercely and with everything she had. They were the lights of her life. Anyone who knew her knows she will find a way to reach out to them and let them know she will always be there. The sun will shine a little brighter, the birds will visit, the fireflies will glow. That’s how they will know. She will always be with her babies.
Her loving parents Charlotte Smith (Alf) and David Storms (Pat) have the daunting task of laying to rest their youngest daughter. A task no parent should have to take on.
Her sisters Krista Brown (Randy) and Melanie Storms will forever be changed. Their little sister who had the biggest and loudest personality, someone who would fight for them as much as she would fight with them, will leave them empty and lonely without her.
Her nieces and nephew Amber and Mikayla (Brown) and Branden and Samantha (Nicholson) have lost one of their biggest fans and protectors and friend. She was always the loudest on the sidelines or in the audience cheering them on in anything they did. Or their closest ally when they weren’t sure how to handle a problem.
She will also leave behind a large extended family. Step sisters and brother, Alynn (Dave), Corinne (Chris), Jon (Alycia) and their children who loved Amy so much. Cousins, Aunts, Uncles and friends who all have beautiful stories to tell and love to share. She was such a strong and bright personality that left this world far too early.
Our Sunday dinners and family vacations will never be the same. Our hearts will never be the same. Our family will be broken without her.
Amy we promise you that we will keep your memory alive for your beautiful girls. They will always have stories and pictures and memories from a lifetime of light and love and laughter that you have left behind. Their loving father Mark McDonald will have the support of a large and loving extended family to assist him.
Amy wrote the following for a dear friend of hers and we would like to share her own words in closing:
“The day has come...
My world must end...
Please don’t feel upset...
My angel’s beside me and it’s time for me to rest...
You can see me in the flowers, you can see me in the sun,
But most of all your heart is where my brightest light will come”
Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.