OBITUARY

Aimee Richelle SCHWAB

February 4, 1975February 6, 2019

Aimee R Schwab passed away in her home on February 06, 2019 in her sleep at the age of 44. Aimee was born on February 4, 1975 in Kansas City, MO. The parents of the deceased were Mary Beth Winningham and Kevin Kanatzer. Aimee was married to Garry Schwab II on February 19, 1994. She was married for 25 endless years. Graduated with honors society at Concorde and was also involved with Lamp Lighters. She was an educational advocate for the state of Kansas. Had been a mother to 4 kids, Nicholas James Everett Schwab (son), Christopher Roark Baker Schwab (son), Sophia Annalise Schwab (daughter) and Stella Brynn Schwab (daughter). Aimee was preceded in death by Mary Beth Winningham (mother), Nicholas James Everett Schwab (son), Stepdad and her grandparents. Survivors include Garry Everett Schwab II (husband), Christopher Roark Baker Schwab (son), Sophia Annalise Schwab (daughter), Stella Brynn Schwab (daughter), Tyler Winningham (brother), George Baker (uncle), Bruce Baker (uncle) and Marcia Lewis (aunt). Aimee enjoyed spending time with her family and having fun. She most of all loved commercial singing with her kids. When she had nothing to do, she would switch on the Television and watch either Live PD, Cops, Maury, Jerry Springer, and Dr. Phil. Man did she love her cop shows. Remembered by her family, she was an organized freak. She always had to have her canned goods in one spot and boxed foods in another. Her favorite color was green and she was in love with teal. The artists you would catch her listening to Kane Brown, Brett Young, and Post Malone. One thing to remember is that she was a very strong and independent woman. That means you should too. Love and miss you forever and always.

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Aimee Richelle SCHWAB

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Lori Sanders

February 11, 2019

I loved Aimee the first time I saw her at 2 days old. I watched her grow up & become an amazing young woman, then an awesome mom. She could always make me smile. I was so proud of her & Garry both for what they accomplished in life. Aimee will be missed by me & our entire family. I know I will see her again someday & that gives me comfort. I know she wouldn't want me to be sad but to be glad she is with her family in heaven.

FROM THE FAMILY
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