Amy Sue Whitman, 36, of Wallingford, passed away on April 28, 2018 in her home. She was born in Meriden on October 11, 1981, a creative soul who expressed herself through poetry. Amy was filled with joy and spontaneity and would often be seen wearing flowers and butterflies in her hair. Also, she was a lover of animals. Amy enjoyed music from the 1960's including The Guess Who, The Doors, and others. She was a caring woman with a big heart who was deeply loved by her family. Amy will be remembered by her father, John Whitman & his wife Joann of Wallingford; her mother, Janice Frye & her husband Kenneth of Wallingford; her grandfather, Alfred Minde of New York; her brothers, Mark Whitman & Kevin Withington, both of Meriden; her sister, Jessica Goslin & her husband Bobby of Southington; her nephews, Christopher, Brandon, & Tucker Goslin of Southington; close friend, Natalie Russo, who was like another mother to her; aunts and uncles, Linda Foster, Alan, John, James Dembiczak, Sandy Whitman, & Arnold Whitman. She was predeceased by her paternal grandparents, Arnold & Madeline Whitman; maternal grandparents, Jeanette Minde and Raymond Dembiczak; aunt, Madge Ondusko; uncle, Raymond Whitman. Amy was also predeceased by the love of her life, her boyfriend, James Bennett. A Memorial Service celebrating Amy's life will take place at the First Congregational Church, 23 South Main Street, Wallingford on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 5:00 PM with a reception to follow at the church. BEECHER & BENNETT-FLATOW FUNERAL HOME, 48 Cook Ave, Meriden in care of arrangements.

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  1. Ame I will miss you you into my life with a storm but i loved as i loved my own children but your struggles are free now you are with angles and butterflies my fearest angle

  2. Amy you were a beautiful soul and shared a little of your sparkle wherever you went . I can fondly remember you watching Mark and maddie when they were young and how much you loved Wally .. the dog . You will never be forgotten … my deepest condolences to Jessica goslin … stay strong jessy we all love you ! Love always Jonna and nate appleby and family

  3. Janice and Jessica, I am so sorry for your loss! Amy was a beautiful person, always smiling, she was gifted in many ways. I especially remember Amy as a young child, her zest for exploring and learning about everything was inspiring to watch.

  4. Janice, I am sorry you have to feel the pain of losing a child. I hope you know you can
    always talk to her. Jessica sorry for you also. Now you and Mom need to stay close.
    Janice, Fr Bruni has you in his prayers. Love always now and forever. Ann P.

  5. You were sweet and full of love. You always walked with the crowd of people nobody wanted to. You saw beauty and good in everyone. Your zest for life was inspiring to me. Always trying new things …going on new adventures! Youll always be in my heart. Im glad i got the chance to know you. I just always wanted peace for you. The struggles are gone now and now you can fly high with the angels. Love ya Amy..

  6. Janice, Jessica, John – I am SO deeply sorry for your loss. I was stunned to learn of Amy’s passing. Her light will shine on in heaven, I am sure. Love to you all. Donna Tessmer and Family

  7. I’m so sorry for your loss Johan an John I know you must be in in so much pain to loss a child so special and beautiful like Amy she had so much spirit in her an I give my condolences to the whole family. I will always have u in my heart always an forever………

  8. Words cannot express how I’m feeling right now. Can’t believe this happened. I remember have a lot of fun and adventures with her. Like our disastrous camping trip.The many concerts we went to at The Oakdale.Watching my three stogies DVDs with her in fact a couple of them still in my truck from last time we watched them.Just this A.M. Led Zeppelin came on radio and I remembered going to Symphonic Led Zeppelin with her few years back.

  9. Amy was a beautiful individual, she loved all animals she came in contact with. She was a free spirited person God speed Amy Love Shirley and Bill Culver

  10. Amy loved to do her hair and was very skilled. I’ll always remember her mermaid hair and costume. Also her love of glitter. She was a talented writer who shared her poetry with others. Amy’s Free now. May God comfort and keep her family and friends.

  11. Jessica and family: Sorry for the loss of your sister, daughter. My prayers and love are with you when ever you need me. She is your angel to watch over you. You are strong and you have me if needed.

    With much and love,
    Carole

  12. Our hearts are broken as we just heard of your passing. Your smile and your poetry will forever be in our hearts. We love you. Kat and Jorge

  13. Janice, John and Jessica I hadn’t talked to Amy in 6 years, so I googled her name and was shocked and deeply saddened to see her obituary. She was a wonderful person and we had many good times traveling around and showing her some of the nicer places around the world. She will be dearly missed. May she now rest in peace. I’ve posted a photo album of many places we’ve visited.
    Stephen Gow

  14. Photos of Amy in 2001. Photos from London England, Dinner train ride for her 20th birthday. Christmas dinner and Yankee stadium. Also the car she learned how to drivein preperation for her drivers license.

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