Jennifer A. Amos

November 7, 1980April 3, 2019

Jennifer A. Amos, 38, passed away on April 3, 2019 in Stuart, FL. She is survived by her mother, Donna Weible and step-father Bob Weible, her father William R. Amos and his significant other, Mark Sallee, son Tyler Doucette, maternal grandparents Florence Gdowski and the late Raymond Gdowski, paternal grandparents Kermit Amos and the late Patricia Amos.

She will be missed by many other family members and friends.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.

Jennifer A. Amos

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Nichole Sowa

April 9, 2019

Growing up next door to you and your family in Michigan is my most treasured memory. I felt so fortunate that our friendship continued when you moved away. You always made a point to keep in touch, and would make a special trip to swing by if only for just a squeeze. Keeping me up to date on the family, your growing family and beautiful new married life in Florida.

The impact of you on my person will never be forgotten. You truly we're one of the good ones. I know I am unstoppable now because you are there to watch over me. Sending you and your family lots of light and love ❤️

John Nelson

April 8, 2019

We met 6 years ago. Ans it was love at first site .We quickly moved in together and raised our kids ...Not perfect but with Love ...Your smile amd kindness has changed me forever..You are my Forever love and will never be forgotten...I know you have found peace my darling...Love you.

Rachel Gershowitz

April 7, 2019

Jenny was a part of our family for many years helping us take care of our home. She was a friend who I truly loved. Jenny was a special woman and will be missed.

Dana Miller

April 6, 2019

Jenn was a wonderful person. I will miss her dearly.

Sandy Mcbride

April 4, 2019

Donna- so sorry we did not know Jennifer better as you moved to Florida and we did not have a lot of contact. Regardless- she is family and we are all very sad about this. It’s been a whirlwind with your Dad, brother and now Jennifer in less than a month. I truly see them together up there- painless and at peace. Perhaps that’s the purpose- Raymond, Michael and Jennifer all at peace together. In an odd way it makes a lot of sense. I hope you can find peace in that .