OBITUARY

Amy Kristine Mack

July 13, 1980April 19, 2021
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Amy Kristine Mack, 40, a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada since she was 5-years old, passed away on April 19, 2021 at home. Amy was born in Sumter, South Carolina on July 13, 1980 to Dolores Arlene Kropp and John Frederick Kropp.

When Amy was one, the family moved to Illinois for about four years. Then the family moved to Las Vegas. Amy graduated from Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nevada. She attended Southern Nevada University of Cosmetology to obtain her license to do nails. She returned to school at Paul Mitchell the School and obtained her license to do hair as well. Most of her career was being a manicurist and hairdresser. Then on October 5, 2020, she began working at Aether Gardens in the cultivation department.

Amy began roller-skating at a young age and went almost every weekend to the Crystal Palace Skating Rink throughout her junior high and high school years. Due to skating, she acquired many, many friends and never lost her love of skating.

After high school, Amy married James R. Fischer on July 9, 1998 and they divorced on June 5, 2002. In March of 2007, she married Michael Mack and they divorced in 2011.

Amy is survived by her daughter Skylar Anne Fischer; mother Dolores Arlene Kropp; father John Frederick Kropp; sister Alisha J. Cox; her aunt Arla M. Jordan; two nieces; and one nephew.

A visitation will be held at Palm Mortuary at Eastern on May 7 from 4:30-8:30 pm.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, May 7, 2021

Memories

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Jolynn Coleman

May 7, 2021

There are no words that can make this better but our memories may help us heal. I love and miss you my friend. My oldest, truest friend. My summer vacations at my sisters house in Utah were so much more fun when you were there with me. Some of my favorite memories are running around the condos singing "I Think We're Alone Now" with you, making up dances that of course included the roger rabbit and running man, painting Funky Cold Medina on our bellies!! It was hard when you moved for jr high, I'm so glad you made such good friends after that and that we still kept in touch. When you had Sky I was so happy for you, scared but so so happy!  We both love kids so much and they always loved us too, I knew you would be great. My Bachelorette party when we were still so young, so much fun! There's so many more priceless memories that I have, and some amazing friends I have because of you, I am forever grateful for that. I'll always remember you laughing and throwing your head back the way you always would. I love you Big Red!
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Jessica MACLELLAN

May 7, 2021

Oh Amy, your laugh, your smile.... YOU. You will be missed my friend. From vacations, weddings, showers, Saturday Nights at Dylans we sure have made some amazing memories. How blessed I feel for the laughes and tears. I will see you on the other side Beautiful.

Love Always, Jess.

Jessica MACLELLAN

May 7, 2021

Becky Griggs

May 5, 2021

I’m not sure that I could ever in a million years pick just one memory to be my favorite. You were one of my favorite people. From cruising, to skate nights, karaoke nights, my bachelorette party (omg, one of the best nights ever) to my wedding in Jamaica. We had fun no matter where we were or what we were doing. I will forever miss that infectious laugh you had. You were more than my friend you were my family and I will miss you forever. I love you my friend.
So long for now.

Kelsi Jackson

May 5, 2021

Amy was an outgoing amazing human, I had met Amy through my mother Jennifer Ratay they were best friends growing up, and after my mom passed away Amy was always there for me and my grandmother. I love Amy dearly and I always loved to be in her presents, my heart goes out for her family her mother and her daughter. I know she is watching over all of us and it so terrible how the people we love have to go so soon. Forever in my mind forever in my heart, rest in paradise you beautiful angel ❤️ Long live Amy

Tara Visnic

May 4, 2021

My dear friend...I will love you always. Miss you forever. ❤️

John & Jackie Floyd

May 2, 2021

Arlene, Skylar & Alisha
Cant't tell you how sorry we were to hear about your loss.
Can only imagine what a heartbreak it must be. Stay strong and know that we care. Love you, Uncle John and Aunt Jack

Tess Schlesinger

May 1, 2021

Arlene, Skylar and Alisha

Remembering your daughter, mom and sister......her love, her laugh, her smile, her life and everything that made her special, will live on through your memories of Amy.

Our deepest sympathy,
Aunt Pete, Uncle Ed, Val and Terri, Arlin, and Tess

Katrina Escoto

May 1, 2021

Amy,
Since 2004, once we started talking and realized our kids shared the same birthday, even the same hospital, we became instant friends. All the years working in the salon together, all of the holidays, birthdays, and pretty much every weekend, there we were. Then when you came to work with me at Aether Gardens, I was so happy to see my friend everyday again. You used to tell me, you don't need to be blood to be family, well Aim's, you couldn't have been more right, because I feel like I lost a whole lot more than a best friend....
There are no words to describe the loss that I and so many others are feeling right now, but knowing your at peace and looking down and watching over all of us is comforting. I miss your loud, out of no where laugh the most, actually, I miss everything about you....until we meet again my friend, may you rest in peace.
Love,
Katrina

Katrina Escoto

May 1, 2021

Amy,
Since 2004, once we started talking and realized our kids shared the same birthday, even the same hospital, we became instant friends. All the years working in the salon together, all of the holidays, birthdays, and pretty much every weekend, there we were. Then when you came to work with me at Aether Gardens, I was so happy to see my friend everyday again. You used to tell me, you don't need to be blood to be family, well Aim's, you couldn't have been more right, because I feel like I lost a whole lot more than a best friend....
There are no words to describe the loss that I and so many others are feeling right now, but knowing your at peace and looking down and watching over all of us is comforting. I miss your loud, out of no where laugh the most, actually, I miss everything about you....until we meet again my friend, may you rest in peace.
Love,
Katrina

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Biography

Amy Kristine Mack, 40, a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada since she was 5-years old, passed away on April 19, 2021 at home. Amy was born in Sumter, South Carolina on July 13, 1980 to Dolores Arlene Kropp and John Frederick Kropp.

When Amy was one, the family moved to Illinois for about four years. Then the family moved to Las Vegas. Amy graduated from Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nevada. She attended Southern Nevada University of Cosmetology to obtain her license to do nails. She returned to school at Paul Mitchell the School and obtained her license to do hair as well. Most of her career was being a manicurist and hairdresser. Then on October 5, 2020, she began working at Aether Gardens in the cultivation department.

Amy began roller-skating at a young age and went almost every weekend to the Crystal Palace Skating Rink throughout her junior high and high school years. Due to skating, she acquired many, many friends and never lost her love of skating.

After high school, Amy married James R. Fischer on July 9, 1998 and they divorced on June 5, 2002. In March of 2007, she married Michael Mack and they divorced in 2011.

Amy is survived by her daughter Skylar Anne Fischer; mother Dolores Arlene Kropp; father John Frederick Kropp; sister Alisha J. Cox; her aunt Arla M. Jordan; two nieces; and one nephew.

A visitation will be held at Palm Mortuary at Eastern on May 7 from 4:30-8:30 pm.