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Palm Eastern Mortuary & Cemetery

7600 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Amber Lynn Low

February 4, 1979May 20, 2020
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Amber Lynn Low was born at St. Rose De Lima Hospital in Henderson, Nevada on February 4, 1979, and passed away on May 20, 2020, at St. Rose Siena, in Henderson.

During her early years, she grew up in Boulder City, resided with her father David Low, mother Terri Heiler, sisters Tonia Harries and Traci Duso, and brothers David and Aaron Low. From the age of 10, Amber lived with her stepfather Frank Heiler, and her mother Terri Heiler in Henderson.

For the past 13 years, Amber was employed by the Venetian-Palazzo Hotel-Casino. She enjoyed her position as a cocktail waitress, particularly in the poker lounge. She made many long-lasting friendships with her fellow employees and customers as well.

Amber’s greatest joys were her two children, her son Jaylin, and her daughter Brooklyn. Amber cared about people and always made time for others. She was loving, caring, and loved spending time with her children, family, and friends. She inspired joy in others, refused to live in fear, was fiercely stubborn and loyal, and a loving, beautiful young woman...who we will always hold close to our hearts, just as the Father is holding her now.

Amber is survived by her children Jaylin Bohlen and Brooklyn Lemons; stepfather Frank Heiler; mother Terri Heiler; sisters Tonia Harries and Traci Duso; brothers David and Aaron Low; and grandparents William and Lynne Ahern.

A Go Fund Me has been established for Amber’s children, Jaylin and Brooklyn, or gifts can be donated at the viewing at Palm Mortuary,7600 S. Eastern, Las Vegas, NV 89123 on Wednesday, May 27th from 4:30-8:00pm, or the funeral service on Thursday, May 28th from 4:30-5:30pm, reception following from 5:30-7:30.

Services

27 May

Visitation

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

28 May

Funeral Service

4:30 pm

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

Memories

Amber Lynn Low

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Krisi Taylor

May 24, 2020

My sincere condolences to your beautiful family. To Jaylin and Brooklyn, May peace always be with you knowing how very much your mom loved and adored you both.
Amber, what can I say...words will never be able to express how I love you. I’m going to miss sharing our lives with one another. Every conversation was intentional, caring, and purposeful. I’m going to miss you in my life, Mr. Taylor’s going to miss you shrieking at him when you see him, Dakota will be missing your warm embraces, and well for me...I’m going to be missing it all. From the laughs, to the tears and everything in between. Love you my little. ♥️

Tina Farnes

May 24, 2020

I can hear your giggle and laugh echoing from heaven every morning.
The spot you left in my heart can never be filled. I will remember all the moments of love, your uniqueness and ability to attract so many.
My deepest love and healing to Jaylin, Brooklyn, Tonia, Mom and Step Dad.
Today and tomorrow you won’t physically be here but you will always live in our hearts.
I love you, Amber.
Miss you babe.

Domenique C.

May 24, 2020

To Ambers children
Your mother was Love
Your mom adored you.
She helped bring sunshine into a fluorescent lit Casino.
I loved working with your mom in the Lounge .
She was calm under pressure , her guests never complained and neither did she.
Her light will always burn bright
in a World she
made greater
with her
in it.
You are Painfully missed .
God Speed Amber
Love Always
your friend
Domenique C.

Carol Tyson

May 23, 2020

Sweet, gentle, kind Amber will forever be remembered. I can still see her sweet face and hear her gentle, humble voice. Rest in peace, dear one. Sleep well. ❤️

Cynthya Halog

May 23, 2020

Amber, sweet , loving , hilarious sense of humor, dependable, loyal friend , and devoted mother . We have created memories outside of work that have touched my heart but by far, opening Laguna 13 years ago and connecting like we did and continuing to work together is where I cherish most of our deep conversations as well as the funny and inappropriate ones lol. I will miss you as so many do. I know if losing Amber really got me in such way , it must be so terribly hard for her family and for this I am truly heartbroken and sad! She was wonderful and all those that interacted with her even if it was breif could never forget her. She was a magical soul! I will miss you Amber! Every time a memory crosses my mind I will chuckle and smile and may shed a tear or two. If I may I would love to dedicate "THIS WOMANS WORK" By Kate Bush to Amber....your Chody prays for you and your loved ones.
My deepest condolences Jaylen and
Brooklyn and to her whole family🙏💕

Kevin O'Leary

May 23, 2020

I'm so very sorry to hear this news. Amber was a truly lovely person. Sweet, kind, funny, extremely ditzy (in the best possible way) and someone who just always made you smile. I have far too many funny memories of knowing her to recount in a few paragraphs. She was always someone I looked forward to seeing, and was quite simply one of a kind. I'm honoured to have known her. Condolances from the UK.

Jeff Bennett

May 23, 2020

What could I say about Amber that everybody doesn't already know? Those who knew Amber loved her, and those that did not, would have. They were just never blessed with the chance. Amber spoke often and proudly about her children Jaylin and Brooklyn. Always about the happiness and joy that they brought her. They were loved by her in a way that can't even be described by words. Quite simply, her kids were her life, and she let the world know it. I will miss Amber beyond belief. She always had a smile, and always had a laugh. Especially at all of the stupid things I said and did, and there were many. Her passing is a loss to those of us on Earth, but a gain to those in Heaven. I love you Amber Lynn Low.

Joshua Warren

May 23, 2020

Condolences and prayers from the Joshua family

Debbie Talone

May 23, 2020

Days later, I'm still shedding tears, for her and her entire family, all us coworkers who just adored her!!! She was one of our finest.
I'm just so so sorry...
RIP Amber... everyone loved you

Dawn Cutrona

May 23, 2020

Amber,
It was truly an honor and a privilege working with you. Your smile and laughter were contagious. You possessed a charisma that was so unique and impossible to replicate. Your kindness and heartfelt joy was so appreciated by us all. I will miss how proud you were of Jaylin and Brooklyn and seeing the love and sparkle in your eyes whenever you spoke about them.. Our friendship and beautiful memories will live in my heart forever.

To Amber’s Family
Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Amber was an amazing human being that was loved by us all.
With My Sincere Condolences,
Dawn Cutrona.

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Biography

Amber Lynn Low was born at St. Rose De Lima Hospital in Henderson, Nevada on February 4, 1979, and passed away on May 20, 2020, at St. Rose Siena, in Henderson.

During her early years, she grew up in Boulder City, resided with her father David Low, mother Terri Heiler, sisters Tonia Harries and Traci Duso, and brothers David and Aaron Low. From the age of 10, Amber lived with her stepfather Frank Heiler, and her mother Terri Heiler in Henderson.

For the past 13 years, Amber was employed by the Venetian-Palazzo Hotel-Casino. She enjoyed her position as a cocktail waitress, particularly in the poker lounge. She made many long-lasting friendships with her fellow employees and customers as well.

Amber’s greatest joys were her two children, her son Jaylin, and her daughter Brooklyn. Amber cared about people and always made time for others. She was loving, caring, and loved spending time with her children, family, and friends. She inspired joy in others, refused to live in fear, was fiercely stubborn and loyal, and a loving, beautiful young woman...who we will always hold close to our hearts, just as the Father is holding her now.

Amber is survived by her children Jaylin Bohlen and Brooklyn Lemons; stepfather Frank Heiler; mother Terri Heiler; sisters Tonia Harries and Traci Duso; brothers David and Aaron Low; and grandparents William and Lynne Ahern.

A Go Fund Me has been established for Amber’s children, Jaylin and Brooklyn, or gifts can be donated at the viewing at Palm Mortuary,7600 S. Eastern, Las Vegas, NV 89123 on Wednesday, May 27th from 4:30-8:00pm, or the funeral service on Thursday, May 28th from 4:30-5:30pm, reception following from 5:30-7:30.

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