Amy Hutchins

Amy Hutchins

October 10, 1956 - April 19, 2017

Amy Hutchins

October 10, 1956 - April 19, 2017

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Amy Hutchins, age 60 passed away peacefully at home after a long illness on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. She is survived by her husband of 23 years Mark Hutchins. She is also survived by her sister Angela Hoffman of Smyrna, TN and brother Gerald Wilson (Regina) of Nashville, TN. Daughters Victoria Lape (John) and Elizabeth Goodwin, both of Clarksville, TN. Five grandchildren all of Clarksville, TN. Alex Blackwell, Isaac Blackwell, Valerie Goodwin, Olivia Snoddy and Hayden Snoddy. She is also survived by numerous cousins in GA, AL, and TN.

Amy loved her Jack Russell Terrier Jazz. Her favorite music was the oldies from the 60’s and 70’s. She loved the old Andy Griffith shows, I Love Lucy and the 1970’s soap opera Dark Shadows. She was an avid reader and enjoyed being on Facebook. Amy’s children and grandchildren were her pride and joy.

Mark and Amy’s daughters will plan a family get together to celebrate Amy’s life later in May.

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4 responses to Amy Hutchins

  1. Eva Nadeau says:

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  3. Gail Covan says:

    Gerald, I just shared my sympathies and thoughts about Amy’s recent passing and closed it out before I mentioned you. That was unintentional and as soon as I submitted it, I tried to recall it. I am so sorry for your loss of Amy. I know how special the bond can be between a brother and a sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, your cousin Gail.

  4. Gail Covan says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Amy’s passing. Since I live in Florida, Amy and I rarely saw each other or had opportunities to talk. I am so grateful however that we did get to spend some time visiting and talking back in September when our Aunt Frankie was in the hospital and then passed away. I very much enjoyed catching up with Amy and being able to talk about some old times. The one thing we didn’t touch on however was our love for our Jack Russell dogs. I wish we had as I am sure we would have had some hilarious stories to share. For Amy’s husband, children, and grandchildren, you have my deepest sympathy and prayers. For Angela, not having had a sister, but having a brother whom I love dearly, I know this must be so very difficult for you as well. I am so grateful that you and I were also able to reconnect back in September when you visited Aunt Frankie. You too are in my thoughts and prayers. With my love, your cousin Gail.

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