Amy Amparo Novoa

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Born on April 11, 1943

Departed on February 23, 2019 and resided in Ashville, North Carolina

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Guestbook Entries

  1. Latina Cares February 25, 2019 at 1:19 pm - Reply

    Our condolences are with you and your family. Latina Staff

  2. Alexandra Flores February 27, 2019 at 11:21 am - Reply

    De seguro la pérdida de Amy ah dejado un vacío en su familia , perder a un ser querido no es nada fácil , espero que La Paz y el verdadero consuelo que solo proviene de Dios esté con todos ustedes , la familia de Amy. En el último capítulo de la biblia , la palabra de Dios , el nos deja una promesa duradera que sin falta cumplirá están en en Revelación (o Apocalipsis) en algunas biblias , el capítulo 21, versículo 4, allí menciona : “ y limpiará toda lágrima de sus ojos , y la muerte no será más , ni existirá ya más lamento, ni clamor , ni dolor. Las cosas anteriores han pasado” que alivio es saber que Dios se interesará tanto en nosotros y en nuestro sufrimiento que se aseguró de dejarnos esta hermosa y consoladora promesa en su palabra , la biblia para nosotros en especial en tiempos difíciles como estos , Dios también nos ah prometido que habrá una resurrección y que podrámos ver a nuestros seres queridos de nuevo ( Juan 5:28) espero en verdad que esta esperanza de parte de Dios les ayude a hallar una verdadera paz y alivio en su dolor y los ayude a permanecer firmes en su fe a Dios a pesar de esta gran prueba , y es me deseo que Dios los ayude a seguir adelante. Atentamente , Alexandra Flores

  3. Ken & Teresa Wiegand February 27, 2019 at 8:39 pm - Reply

    Dear family. We are deeply saddened to learn of Amparito’s passing. As my cousin she will live in my (Tere Mejia Wiegand’s) heart forever. She was a family member who grew up with us in Quito, and we shared many beautiful experiences together as children. She was loved by my parents (Humberto & Lucila), sisters and brother. Amparito was a pleasure to be with, had a great sense of humor, loved to laugh and always, despite heart-rending experiences, found things for which to be grateful. She made every effort to open her home to family and friends, making our times together always seem quite special (as they were). Amy was so hardworking, so appreciated by her many friends and cohorts, appreciated for her kindness and courtesy with everyone, very ‘old school’ as they say. She always impressed her fellow employees and supervisors as a fast learner, intelligent, diligent and totally responsible and trustworthy. We feel much lessened in her absence; Amy, Marujita, Anita, Carlos, Monica, Mauricio, Paulina, Diego and Maria Amparo’s generous Christmas holiday attentions to us and our one year old son Kevin in ’75 seems as if yesterday. Her celebration of our grandchildren’s birth and birthdays here in Silver Spring during the last few years will be long remembered by all of us. Thank you Kenny for your enormous efforts on behalf of our cousin; you were her shining star and she never tired of singing your praise. Dearest Amy, rest in peace and love. Ken & Teresa Wiegand

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