OBITUARY

Amy Ann Polsinelli

March 27, 1981April 28, 2021
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Amy Ann Polsinelli, age 40, of New Baltimore, passed away on April 28, 2021.

Amy’s memory will be treasured for her endless selflessness and love she had for her family, friends, and friends she considered family. It was always important to Amy to make everyone feel special; she made sure everyone was always taken care of before herself. She loved all things glitter and sparkle and had a way of making life a party wherever she went. In her free time, she loved to visit Frankenmuth and go sightseeing with her family by her side. Amy’s vibrant spirit and kindhearted personality will be dearly missed.

Cherished wife of Robert. Loving mom of Santino Polsinelli. Beloved step-mom of Alexandra Polsinelli. Caring daughter of Antonio and Debra Palombo. Treasured Goddaughter of Gail Sellers. Dear sister of Christopher (Erica) Palombo. Auntie of Nicholas, Nolan, Marianna, Giulio, Maria, Elisa, Michael, David, and many other family and friends who all knew Amy as their “Auntie.” Niece of Lucia (Raffaele), Frank (Maria), Joe (Sue), Don (Shiela), Diane, and the late David and Teresa (the late Antino).

Visitation Sunday,May 2nd from 2pm until 9pm with a 7pm Rosary at A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr Road, in Warren. In-state Monday at 10am until time of Funeral Mass 10:30am at St. Faustina Catholic Church in Warren. Entombment to take place at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Township. Memorial donations to Amy’s favorite charity the March of Dimes or the donor’s choice of charity are appreciated.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, May 2, 2021

  • Rosary

    Sunday, May 2, 2021

  • In-state

    Monday, May 3, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Monday, May 3, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Monday, May 3, 2021

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Amy Ann Polsinelli

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Jenna Newman

May 4, 2021

Amy was such an amazing person. I met her years ago at the Hayloft in Mt Clemens. Always full of life and the kindest heart. It had been years since I saw her last but still friends on social media and caught up through that. I was absolutely shocked to hear of her passing when I was out of town this weekend. My heart goes out to all her family and friends. Not sure why He takes the good ones so soon. You’re certainly missed Amy. Fly high, angel. xoxo

Sarah Ashford

May 3, 2021

I have some great memories with Amy, I remember when Amy trained me when we worked at farmer jacks when it was in Chesterfield some years ago, we had so much fun! Always laughing, i also have some great memories with Amy at bonfires and just hanging out in New Haven, my deepest condolences to her family, She is a glamorous person and her memory will live forever 💜

Patty Gabriele

May 2, 2021

Amy,
We are all so deeply saddened by your sudden passing. If there is one thing that is clear, you were loved and admired by everyone who knew you. May your beautiful soul live forever through your loved ones. Wrap your angel wings around Santino and watch over him always. Rest In Peace in Eternal Paradise
Love,
Cousin Patty and Family

Kayleigh Butera

May 1, 2021

I met Amy my senior year in high school, she dated my brother and at first she thought I didn’t like her because I was a quiet shy person but she broke my shell and we became friends pretty quickly, she would do my hair for my school dances and we would just talk all the time, she went to my high school graduation and helped with my graduation party. We went to the beach that summer and stayed there all day and got super burnt. Amy is such a loving and caring person. She did everything for anyone who needed the help no questions asked. I will truly miss her, she was truly an angel on this earth 💜💜

Jennifer Mann-Hicks

May 1, 2021

Amy was loved by all who knew her!!!
Such a sweet soul.
Some of my memories with Amy is growing up in new haven are her Bon Fires she had some of the best bon fires always a good time.

Chevon Starnes

May 1, 2021

Amy and I went to school together. We were acquaintances then. It wasn’t until we were adults that we became very close. I will miss our chats, our advice for one another and her amazing recipes she would so graciously share. This is still not real to me yet. I am stunned by this and will be for quite some time. My prayers are with the family. I am so sorry.

Silvy Stenton

April 30, 2021

Amy, I'm so sorry this happened to you. You're bright smile, beautiful pics that you would post will be missed. Even through a picture I can see what a proud and wonderful mom and wife you were. I send my prayers to Rob, Santino and family. Fly with the angels Amy, RIP and keep letting your beautiful smile shine. Heaven has gained a true angel ❤

Catherine Orzel

April 30, 2021

Amy was the sweetest, most happy, loving girl I had ever met. My daughter, Elizabeth Lerchen met her while working at Farmer Jacks when we moved to Chesterfield 20 years ago. 20 years we were blessed with her in our lives. My Lord Jesus Christ, please take Amy into your arms, forgive her sins and give her your grace. Please Holy Spirit, strenghten the faith and comfort those who love Amy and are now left behind.




Susan Verbeke

April 30, 2021

My beautiful earthy mom friend, with the best smile ever and the biggest heart for giving, has become my forever heavenly angel

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