October 2, 1992February 12, 2021

Amandine DANDENEAU was born on October 2, 1992 and passed away on February 12, 2021 and is under the care of Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center.

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Alexandria Carrazzone

February 24, 2021

I am deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Amandine. I had gone to elementary school (Young World) with her and she was one of my closest friends. While we had lost touch through out the years, my memories of Amandine are full of laughter and joy. Amandine and her family were there for me during my parent's divorce and I will never forget that generosity. She became a sister to me during that time - I still remember details of my trip to Canada with her and her family. She had such a significant and positive influence on my life; I only wish to have stayed in better touch through out the years. My memories of Amandine will never fade. - Love Alexandria Carrazzone

Charles Silverfield

February 22, 2021

She could always light up a room with her smile and attitude. So many fun times, and no regrets. I will forever cherish the memories and time we spent together, and am thankful to have been a part of your life. Love you Dean.

Darren Yarnall

February 22, 2021

Sadly I will not be able to make it to the funeral today as much as I wish I could be there I’m on the other side of the state and it kills me that the ceremony starts in an hour. I love you Amandine forever will you be in my heart. when I met you I was in six grade you were that 8th grader beyond beautiful I always had this crush on like extreme crush but you always hung with kids i figured no chance would they hangout with someone like me. but we noticed we we got tattoos from the same tattoo artist Dave Robinowitz from Aces High. He would always talk so highly of this girl that I knew too. no lie there is/was never a bad thing that anyone had to say about her. And for the people that are going to be there today I sent my donations on cash app and I’m sorry I can’t psychically be there send my prayers to her and to her close friends especially her family. I can’t even begin to glorify your purity and natural inner and outer beauty maybe you could save hi to a few personal friends out there of mine and others that will be joining together to mourn the death of you. I hope you don’t have to be upset where you’re going and that we’re just upset because you’re leaving us behind just kind of like I’ll see you there or catch you later But you will be missed by a lot of us rest in peace Amandine I cannot believe this is real 💗

Bob Dandeneau

February 21, 2021

Will miss my granddaughter very much. Love you

Lee Munro

February 21, 2021

My dearest Amandine, I will never forget our talks in class at SA and the stories you told me. You were always special and I’ll never forget you. You fought hard. Rest In Peace. You will be forever missed

debbie silva

February 20, 2021

Scott and family i'm so sorry for your loss. prayers for your family. love cousin Debbie and Bill

Carol Ann Dandeneau Vincent

February 18, 2021

Scott, Corrine,& Michelle
So very sorry to here of the passing of your Daughter & Sister.

Our Deepest Condolences to everyone.

Me and Uncle Bob know the hurt this brings to a family first hand,

Our love and prayers
Aunt Carol Uncle Bob
Aunt Jean Don

Kimberly Donovan

February 17, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss of Amandine, I am heartbroken. Keith learned today and is crushed. Amandine was a beautiful soul, she had so much love in her and was so special to me. One of only a few that supported Keith through his tough time. I pray for your family, simply at a loss for words.

Keith Czar

February 17, 2021

I'll always remember the years we met and time we spent together. You were my favorite person since I was 18. You were my best friend. We got eachother through hell. U stuck by me during the hardest point in my life. I will always have a place in my heart for you and your mother father and Michelle ...... You can rest now.

Margot Roehrborn

February 16, 2021

I met amandine when I moved into boaz at smu. She lived right down the hall and we would just do nothing together most of the time. She was refreshing to be around and would just make me laugh and a lot of times keep my mind off of things I struggled with. She was there for me when others couldn’t be and made me feel a lot less alone during my college years. I was so grateful for her friendship. One time we were both having a hard time and she almost convinced me to get boss tattooed on the inside of my lip and I regret not doing it. I wore her loubitons to a party that turned into a paint party and they got totally destroyed and I felt terrible about it but she just thought it was funny. She was nice to be around!