Amy Diane Workman Memorial

Please come and remember our dear friend Amy and celebrate her life.

This will be a small Memorial planned as Amy had wished. Short and sweet. Songs of life. And any stories that you wish to share.

The memorial will be located in an Austin backyard, just before the evening. Giving travelers the ability to take in a lunch, then depart for dinner, or make ways back home.

We would like people to stay as long as they wish afterwards and catch up with old friends and remember.

Amy’s Friends

Please RSVP, if you are able to attend at

Amy’s Celebration of her life was carried out just as she wished.

I am thankful to have known Amy. And thankful for all of those who attended to celebrate her memory. And thank you to all of her many many other friends who either did not attend or I failed to contact in time to give enough notice of the event. Thank you to Bridgett, you did what nobody else did or would do; because of you, we were able to honor Amy’s last wishes. Thank you to my wife Jenny for all that she did to make this happen at our home. Thank you to Jason for all of his help and all of the beautiful flowers. Thank you Sister Sophie for writing and sending the Eulogy in your place. Thank you Jalana and Madi for doing their part in the event and all of the kind words that they shared for their friend.

Amy’s son, Athen, graduates from high school in a little over a month and could surely use anything that anybody could give.

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