OBITUARY

Amy Alexandria Esther

September 21, 1974July 30, 2019
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Amy Alexandria Esther, age 44, of Dawsonville, Georgia, passed away on Monday, July 30, 2019. Amy was born on September 21, 1974 in Riverdale, Georgia, eldest daughter of Michael W. Esther and Linda Martin Esther. Following her high school graduation, Amy attended Georgia Southern University, earning her bachelor’s degree. She spent the majority of her career in automotive marketing, later becoming a Real Estate Agent and most recently working to become an Edward Jones Financial Advisor. In her spare time she enjoyed sewing, cooking, and cheering on all of her favorite Atlanta sports teams. However, her greatest joy came from the privilege of being Drew and Mike’s mom. Amy was a wonderful daughter, sister, mother and friend who will always be remembered for her fierce love for her children, her wonderful and irreverent sense of humor, her fondness for wiener dogs, and her kindness to all those who crossed her path. She will certainly be missed by all who knew and loved her. Amy is preceded in death by her father, Michael W. Esther. Survivors include her two children Drew Margaret and Michael Oakes; mother, Linda Esther; sister, Mary Esther; and a large loving extended network of family and friends. A Celebration of Life service honoring Amy will be held at two o’clock in the afternoon on Sunday, August 4, 2019 in the Chapel of Roswell Funeral Home, 950 Mansell Road Roswell, Georgia 30076. A reception with the family will follow in the Reception Hall of Roswell Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made in Amy’s memory to the Northside at Forsyth Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (https://www.northside.com/oth/Page.asp?PageID=OTH006563), or to an account for Amy’s children (https://www.gofundme.com/f/amy-alexandria-esther?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet). Please visit www.roswellfuneralhome.com to share memories and leave condolences for the family.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, August 4, 2019

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Susan Stute

August 3, 2019

I can not believe that you are gone my friend. I will miss our 2 hour phone conversations, silly text messages, girls weekends and lots of laughter. I will miss your sage words of advice and your unyielding support through all the good times and bad times in my life. To call you a friend seems insignificant. You have been so much more than that to me. I will carry your memory in my heart forever my beautiful friend.

Ginger Ewing

August 3, 2019

My dear sweet Alex. I have only know you for 3 years, but what a impact in my life you made. I enjoyed calling you, and talking with you on those many occasions. I tried to help you in so many ways that I could. Your kindness, smile, laughter will always live in my heart forever.

Ginger Ewing

Cheryl Dunbat

August 2, 2019

You were a dear friend Of my daughter and I appreciate all you did for her at work and for your friendship to her. She was blessed to know you. To your family we are deeply saddened by your passing and you will be missed by all.
Cheryl and Scott Dunbar

Paige Lawrence

August 1, 2019

I've never been able to call you Alex...in my mind and heart, you will always be Amy. You grew from an adorable little girl with bright red hair into a beautiful, confident, strong woman. I've admired the zest with which you've attacked every challenge you've faced in your life. You've never been scared to try new things, switch careers or move to new places. You adapted to being a mom with such ease. Your energetic drive intertwined with such a loving heart made for a wonderful combination. We will miss you so, but we will help Mary and your mom however we can. I know Drew and Mike will be loved. I hope you are basking in the knowledge that all the pain we are feeling will one day fade away into a glorious eternity, and I know we will see you again.

Jennifer Mitchell

August 1, 2019

Oh dear Alex. Your life was so well lived. Your babies are a reflection of that. The joy you found in hard moments inspired all of us around you. You were more than just a friend to me- you were my mentor. Your strategic thinking and work changed brands and changed people. You didn't covet your strengths, you shared them and coached people to be their best selves. You are still alive and well in our hearts and your legacy is sprinkled throughout this world. Your faith and belief in God's divine plan is bringing me comfort during this difficult time. Standing near you in church and watching your pursuit of God's word and application in your life was inspiring. We all knew that the foundation of your good was solid. You did everything right. Your grit, determination, and unrivaled work ethic is genetically ingrained in your kids and we will all work hard to ensure it shines- just the way it did for you. Thank you for your love. Thank you for your time on this earth with us. Thank you for being the person many of us aspire to be. Love you more.

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