OBITUARY

Amy Lynn Theismann

March 30, 1973March 29, 2016
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Amy Lynn Theismann 43 of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away March 29, 2016. She was born in Toronto Canada on March 30, 1973. Amy Theismann graduated from St. Thomas Aquainas. Amy Theismann worked and had a career in Moving Landscape. Amy had a passion for horses, children, and her family. Amy is survived by her children Kannan, Karissa, Kali, and Kyra she also leaves behind her Parents Joe Theismann, and Cheryl Theismann , two brothers Joey Theismann, and Patrick Theismann. Funeral service was held at 11:00am on Friday April 1, 2016 at The Church By The Sea. Memorial contributions in memory of Amy can be sent to St. Jude's Children Research Center, Memphis, TN

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 31, 2016
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 1, 2016
REMEMBERING

Amy Lynn Theismann

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Carolyn Reid

November 6, 2017

My mother was so very saddened to hear just recently about Amy's passing in 2016. Her name is Thelma Smith and she still lives in Leesburg, Va. She was a housekeeper for the Thiesmanns when Amy, Joey, and Patrick were very young and she also took care of the children when needed. She considered the Thiesmanns not just her employers but folks she trusted and treasured. She adored them and really loved working for them. My name is Carolyn Reid and through my Mother, I babysit the Thiesmann children occasionally when my Mother wasn't available and I have a fond memory or too of the lovely, lively young girl that Amy was. Such sad news for us. God Bless the family and our sincere condolences on their loss.

Gordon Needham

April 16, 2017

I am saddened to just hear of Amy's passing. I only last saw her when she was 15 years old and we were both living in the D.C. area. Wow, how I wish we would have stayed in touch. God bless the Theismann family for making such an angel to walk amongst us...if even for too short a time.

Deb Horshok Brewer

March 25, 2017

I'm deeply sorry for your loss .I pray and ask Blessed Saint Mother Teresa for a cure for Cancer and all incurables.

lee Ware-Bachman

March 14, 2017

I just found out about Amy's passing. I was lucky enough to have been her friend and got to know her while we were in UTAH. RIP dearest Amy. My prayers go out to her family and her parents. It saddens my heart to learn about special people leaving us so young. Lee Ware-Bachman.

January 25, 2017

Joe and Cheryl:
We are sad to learn of Amy's passing, our thoughts and prayers for Amy and the extended family.
The Szostak's , South River, NJ

P. Mishell Matlock

December 1, 2016

I am a student at Liberty University and I watched you speaking at the Liberty Convocation on last night. You were so inspirational, encouraging and uplifting. I don't know you, have forever been a great fan of yours and I was sadden to hear of the passing of your daughter. I began to cry while sitting on my sofa as you cried sharing how she passed away six months ago. I pray for your continued strength and know that you have always been a blessing to the world.

John Herbst

October 13, 2016

Dear Joe,my dad John,my Aunt Diane,myself and the rest of our family are very sad to hear of this loss.I didn't find out till today.Prayers to you and you're family from the Herbst family in New Jersey.Please know you are in our thoughts.

John Herbst

October 13, 2016

Dear Joe,my dad John,my Aunt Diane,myself and the rest of our family are very sad to hear of this loss.I didn't find out till today.Prayers to you and you're family from the Herbst family in New Jersey.Please know you are in our thoughts.

bret monday

September 28, 2016

see you in heaven Amy . from Rev. bret monday.

Joe Friedl

September 14, 2016

Dear Joe, Shari, Joey and Patrick,
Regret that we just learned of the loss of Amy...a sweet and lovable ball of fire who was a whirlwind in a big hurry to live a full life. She was a high energy force of nature whether it was beating the hell out of drums, hitting a baseball or exploring the neighborhood in search of horses. I suspect that she always moved at a high rate of speed no matter what. Please accept our deepest condolences in loving memory of a special and precious child.
Best to all of you always and forever...Betty, Joe, Jody and Jay.