YOUNGSTOWN — Amy Abranovich, 53, handed away unexpectedly Monday, April 12, 2021, at her dwelling.
Amy was born Feb. 4, 1968, in Sharon, Pennsylvania, was a daughter of Nick and Tressa Abranovich and had lived within the Youngstown space for about 20 years.
She was a graduate of New Wilmington Excessive Faculty in Pennsylvania, and she or he spent her life creating a house for her beloved husband, Larry and daughter, Renay.
Amy by no means misplaced her childhood surprise of life, and she or he loved gardening and studying. She took in wandering cats and would give them a house. “Bisquit” and “Scottie” might be on the lookout for her within the days forward as Amy’s household strikes by way of their grief.
Amy beloved music, particularly the songs of Neil Younger. She additionally beloved roses, and through a current transfer, she returned to her former dwelling to get the outdated rose bush she beloved a lot.
She leaves her loving husband, Larry Wilson; daughter, Renay; and son, Anthony; her mom, Tressa; three brothers, Eric, William and Chris; and three sisters, Mary Beth Kaufman, Judith and Tari.
Amy’s father, Nick; her eldest brother, Nick; and a sister, Jeanie, preceded her in demise.
There might be no public calling hours or companies right now. Please maintain Amy and her household in your ideas and prayers.
Preparations have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral House in Youngstown.
This poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley encompasses the household’s ideas of Amy:
Music, When Delicate Voices Die
Music, when tender voices die,
Vibrates within the reminiscence;
Odours, when candy violets sicken,
Stay inside the sense they quicken.
Rose leaves, when the rose is lifeless,
Are heap’d for the beloved’s mattress;
And so thy ideas, when thou artwork gone,
Love itself shall slumber on.
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