Amy Marissa Acosta-Bileck

November 22, 1980December 25, 2013
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Amy M. Acosta Bileck, 33, of San Diego, has, on December 25, 2013, left San Diego and her hometown of Highland, to her place as one of Heaven’s Angels. Amy is survived by her husband, Nathan and their son Mykah; parents, Gabriel Acosta and Julia Acosta, of Highland; sister, Vanessa Flores of Highland, and her children; brother and sister-in-law, Gabriel and Judy Acosta, of Murrieta, and their children; her Gramma Vera of Highland and other Special People in her life, including Relatives, Navy Family and other Friends who love and miss her and her beautiful smile so very much. Amy was a musician, dancer, runner, fitness enthusiast, confidante & counselor, and with great pride and dedication, NC1 Amy Bileck served as a sailor in the United States Navy for the past 15 years of her life.

Visitation, Friday Jan 17, 2014 from 7:00-8:00 p.m.; Service at 1:00 p.m., Saturday Jan 18, 2014, both at Montecito Mortuary Valley View Chapel at 3520 East Washington Street in Colton, CA . Service will conclude at the chapel. Private Internment.


  • Visitation Friday, January 17, 2014
  • Service Saturday, January 18, 2014

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Nigel Bryant

November 17, 2014

Hello Amy! I don't know where to start but I'll say I'm glad we met. You were always super cool with me. Thank you for all the laughs, memories and kick butt works in the Hanger Bay on boards USS Carl Vinson. I know you so I'm not going to get all sentimental. Love you!

Dunstan Lowe

November 17, 2014

Even though your gone and I'm no longer in the Navy, I thought of you and another sailor who left us this veterans day. Your service can't be denied nor will you in every way you touched us. You are truly missed lady.

Jason Crum

July 30, 2014

Amy worked for me at SWRMC 32nd St. Naval Station San Diego, CA from 2006-2008. She was one of the BEST most talented and TOP PERFORMING Sailors I had ever of had the pleasure of having worked with. She ran the Family Advocacy Program (and her peer Nigel Bryant) ran the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program, and between the two of them, they could have EASILY put me out of a job. I was thinking of them both just now as I made Bryant a Chief, and my next focus was to groom Amy as she was still a year away but then I was transferred. I am DEEPLY saddened to have found her in such a way as I looked both Nigel (who is becoming an Officer at the Academy), and Amy up to see how their lives had turned out/were going.

My sincere apologies and sympathies go out to her Husband Nathan, and Son Mykah, as well as the rest of her family as I am most certain that she is being missed. Amy had a beautiful soul and always came to work with the biggest smile on her face, even when I could have been the "Grumpiest Chief in the world" (mostly due to traffic in the morning), I would say good morning to my folks, and there she would be, behind her desk with the biggest smile "Good Morning Chief!". My thoughts and prayers go out to her entire family.

Jason Crum
US Navy Chief Petty Officer
SWRMC 2006-2008

Amy Brown

July 1, 2014

Hey Amy. I just heard you left us and I am devastated about it. You were always a light to me on the ship, regardless of what was going on. You always had a smile for me, regardless of how you felt that day. There is no way to put into words your influence on me. I will miss you terribly. I pray that your son grows up to be as beautiful a person as you are. I know you will be guiding him from above. I miss you.

Julia Acosta

May 27, 2014

May 27 - thinking of - as yesterday (Memorial Day), as the day before (5th month), as everyday - your life - your service to our country - almost half your life ! Thank you mija - stand tall in heaven, head held high, as you smile that beautiful smile. You have much to be proud of yourself for - I know I certainly am. Mama loves you and misses you - but you know that

Julia / Marie (mama)

April 25, 2014

April 25th - today marks four months that my girl has been gone. Each day is one more day without you mija, which adds to the sadness - but then again, one day closer to reuniting - as I trust we shall, and that brings some comfort. Sending you My Love, Big Hug & Kiss from mama

Grady Grammer

January 29, 2014

I remember when you and your boy, your family and some friends camped next to us at Fiddlers Cove a couple of years ago. I remember when how you were such a friendly and outgoing girl with a personality which is hard to find. I pray for peace and understanding for your family. I pray that God takes those whom you touched and reminds them daily of your smile. I pray that you may stand next to Him on high and watch over those who you love and who you served with. Blessed be your family and my heart reaches out to you and your eternal salvation.

Richard Coleman

January 27, 2014

You will be missed by all that had the chance to get to know you.

Regina Robles

January 21, 2014

Amy you have such a beautiful smile that is filled with so much joy! My heart breaks for you, your family & friends during this difficult time. I pray that God will comfort them and remind them that they will see you again. I know that in my heart that you will be reunited with them. You will be deeply missed, but I pray that we will continue to hold on to the memories and keep them in our hearts until that day.

Melissa Hanes

January 20, 2014

I'm having a hard time writing this. How do I put into words what Amy means to me? She is one of the best friends I've ever had and I will always love her. We had many wonderful times together and I will keep those memories close to my heart. I have faith in God that I will see her again one day but until then I will always miss her. My prayers are with everyone who loved her, especially Mykah and her mom. Not just now, but always.