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Devan Amber Tuttle

October 8, 1977December 3, 2018
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Devan Amber Tuttle, 41, of Spring Hill, Florida passed away Monday, December 3, 2018. She was born on October 8th, 1977 in Augusta, Maine to Tina Fitzgerald and Timothy Tuttle. She was a daughter, granddaughter, niece, dogmom, aunt, friend, girlfriend and sister. She gave all she could to all that she knew right up until the end. She was an Executive Recruiter for FieldCore of General Electric and was a hard, dedicated worker who always knew what people were looking for. She also was extremely proud to be a Purple Exclusive Presenter with Younique, people loved her and she sure knew her way with makeup. She was determined to get to Black Status, and there is no doubt that she would have made it there. She was of Christian faith and believed in goodness, kindness, equality, doing the right thing, and paying it forward. Devan loved making people laugh (and she could make anybody laugh!), any and all holidays, and spending time with her family, friends, and probably even more so, her fur-babies. She will forever be missed by her loving family and friends. There is not a person that met her that will ever forget her. She is survived by her mother and step-father Tina & Fitz; her father and step-mother Tim & Cheryle; her sister and brother-in-law, Kristen & Oliver; her nephews Anthony, Jackson, Lucas, and Timothy; grandmother, Ruth. Her aunts and uncles: Rich, Heidi & Kevin, Dave & Meredith, Steve, Sherri & Gary; her cousins: Jen, Ruthie, Jeffrey, Addie, Lindsey, Casey, Jake, and Shaun; loving partner, Kris; her longest friends Heidi, Tenicia, Stacey, Kate, Amanda; and countless lifelong friendships, all of whom she loved very much. Life will never be the same for anyone that knew her and life will carry on for the three lives she saved and two she gave the gift of sight to. Her beautiful spirit will live on through those that love her. A celebration of life will be at 6 PM Saturday, December 8, 2018, followed by a gathering located at Turner Funeral Home. 14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, Florida 34609. Online condolences may be made at www.turnerfuneralhome.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Timothy E. Tuttle, Father
  • Tina Fitzgerald, Mother
  • Kristen Zammit, Sister

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, December 8, 2018
  • Gathering of Family and Friends Saturday, December 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Devan Amber Tuttle

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John Saunders

December 10, 2018

I worked with Devan and we worked together on a recruiting project and found she was someone special. You will be missed and I now you helped your fur-babies here, and now you can help them on the Rainbow Bridge. See you there.

Momma Fitzgerald

December 9, 2018

Devan my baby girl. How beautiful your funeral was. To even say these words is excruciating. You would have been proud of your nephews. Timmy spoke of course. He made everyone laugh. Your sisters heart is broken. She loved you so much. You will be missed beyond measure. Even that sounds hollow. I feel no one really understands but unfortunately few do. No ones child should go before them. Bill would tell me no one understands unless it’s happened to them. He lost two daughters in the sixtys. I knew he was right never dreaming I would become part of that club. I pray I have patience for well meaning people that say things that make me want to scream. My girl is gone I want her back. I want to hear her infectious laughter and watch her love on her dogs. As you well know Aunt Heidi was my warrior. Sisters do that for each other. I love you and I will never stop talking to you❤️❤️❤️

John James

December 8, 2018

We met in August 1990 . I was an English boy scout and you were an American Girl Guide. The first girl to make my heart skip a beat.
I'll never forget you my friend and my memories of our short time together, all those years ago,will live with me forever .
A beautiful person inside and out who I'm sure will be missed by everyone.
X

Tiffany Galloway (Impson)

December 7, 2018

Ohhhh Debbbbin. (She called me Tibby) – Devan
and I met in the same training class at IADT. That
was 10 years ago, and we’ve been friends ever since.
We’ve shared so many fun memories – football games
with her daddio, John Mayer concert, countless nights
out, being the “Bahamas dates” for Amanda and my
twin, BAMA games watch parties, Busch Gardens
and so many more memories. There was always a
constant – her sunshine smile and beautiful hair and
makeup. But to go along with those things, a
beautiful soul. Always in good spirts even when she
wasn’t feeling 100%, and a contagious laugh. She
was amazing to her nephews and loved them dearly.
Her fur babies were always top priority and her family
her family and her boyfriend and her beloved pups.
Though you may not be here in flesh, your spirit and
legacy lives on in all the lives you’ve touched, not to
mention the 3 lives you saved and the 2 lives you gave
sight with your selfless last act of donating your
organs. God bless you and your family and all who
loved you. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend. Xoxoxo

AnaMaria Barahona

December 7, 2018

Devan,

Thinking about memories and our casual work and non work chats in the office, made me smile.. as we always ended up laughing about the silliest things... your kind soul always shined through.. your smile was always contagious.

Your love for Christmas made me always think about my mom, that twinkle in you eye when you talked about the way you wanted to make things pretty, decorating, baking ...my heart is shrinking now... we talked about the Christmas party last year, the back and forth on the dress selection.. yours was amazing.. purple girl

We talked about having crepes for the longest time.. I'm glad we finally went, and you loved it..to the point that on the way back you the office you ordered a crepe maker and became quite the expert .. "the secret is on the wrist twist" you said.. you sent me pictures.. I asked for office crepes .. we laughed...

I admired your decision and commitment of being a foster mom.. we smiled and cried through the ups and downs.. you were the happiest proudest mom ! brave and strong.

I'm having a hard time making sense here.. but I hope your family and friends take comfort knowing that everywhere you went your kindness, your smile and your positive attitude made a big difference to those around you.

Gift of life to three people and sight to other two... that describes you more than words could ever do... they get to see the world through your eyes.. a special gift!

Rest in peace.. shine and smile in heaven .. We will always remember you.. purple hair, good soul...

AnaMaria

Lucas Zammit

December 7, 2018

I couldn't remember a favorite memory, because I
love every memory with you equally. You were the
greatest aunt anyone could ever ask for, whenever we
were together we were always laughing, making jokes,
it was just always a good time. I miss you more than
everything already, and I love you infinitely.

-Lucas

Ron Tranmer

December 7, 2018

The sun shines down upon us
and gives us warmth and light.
Then when the day has ended,
it disappears from sight.

Though we're left in darkness,
we know the sun has not died,
for it is shining brightly
on the world's other side.

So it is when one we love
comes to their end of days.
They just go to the other side
to shine their loving rays.

That's why heaven is a place
that glows beyond compare.
the lights of those who've left us
are all brightly shining there.

Devan's light will shine on brightly here through all of
those she touched and those she loved. Rest well my
young friend. You will be missed more than you could
ever know.

Sherrie Demirjian

December 7, 2018

I met Devan about 11 years ago and I have to say she definitely left an imprint on me as she did with everyone she met. What an absolutely beautiful, amazing, generous, kind and loving woman!!! She will never be forgotten. I can’t believe she is gone so early. It can only be explained that her next life needed her earlier than expected. ❤️❤️❤️

Kristin Giles

December 6, 2018

It seems odd to be so heartbroken over a person I never truly met. We became friends on Facebook a few years ago because of a younique party that I was invited to. She quickly became far more than someone I just bought makeup from. She became a true friend. Many of my friends added her and got to know and love her, my sister sold younique under her and when she got in a snow mobile accident Devan sent her goodies to cheer her up. Devan also sent makeup to my young daughter who just absolutely loved watching her live videos. I may be rambling but the point of my message is that I'm not on Facebook anymore so I found out through a friend of mine her and as the day went on I spoke with several people about her. People that she never met in real life but that were touched by her in some way. Be it talks about lupus, talks about life, cheering them up, and for me our conversations got deep when she told me how much me adopting my nephew inspired her to foster children. I inspired her...I was and am humbled to think I touched her life in anyway as she touched everyone's she came in contact with. I pray to God that before or now in Heaven she realizes how loved she was and that her light shined all the way up here in Northern Maine for people that never were lucky enough to meet her in person. The world is less beautiful without her in it. My love and prayers to her family, friends of any kind, and her love Kris.

Deborah McCoy

December 6, 2018

So many memories of little girls & crazy moms & laughing & playing & sharing life. Watching you all grow up for so long & then gone onto our lives! I always thought your birthday was the same as Meghans---the 10th & then here I see.........you were two days older! Still a bit in shock & brain-tied for the right thing to say & I guess, at this point, all I can say is your bright light & goofy facebook faces will be missed by the many people you touched & made laugh & brought light too! Devan, way too soon & that is the piece of this life we will never come to terms with, ever. My heart aches with sadness at this reality & although a bit cliche', the world is definitely a better place for the energy you added to this wild & crazy ride. My heart is with all of you.