It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Amy Ann Anderson.
She was a bright spark in this world and will be deeply missed by many.
Amy Ann Anderson, her name means ‘beloved’.
She was born at Methodist Hospital on Sunday November 7, 1976 and passed
into heaven at home in Indianapolis, Wednesday January 26, 2022.
Celebration of Life will be held on February 5, 2022, 2PM – 7PM zt the
Hidden Bay Clubhouse, Morse Lake. 180 Timberline Dr, Cicero, IN 46034.
A Spotify music program will be provided by Bryan Anderson where family and friends will have an opportunity to speak and share stories.
Amy had been a surgical vet tech for years. She was passionate about animals; their care and health.
She loved Florida; sun, sand and surf and every wild creature.
She loved fiercely and deeply and we take comfort in knowing that Amy is now at peace.
All she ever desired was to be a mom, find true love. She had such an infectious laugh; it was a comfort to the ear.
She was warm, friendly, and loving and was generous with her time.
Amy lived large, tripped, and stumbled along the way, but always got back up!
Amy fought a long battle with multiple sclerosis. Just about everyone referred to her as the ‘beast’,
because of the strength and determination, she showed during the fight.
She was spiritual and always believed in the power of prayer!
Amy’s passing has left all her family and friends bereaved.
Amy Anderson is survived by her loving wife Heather, their daughters, Lauren Marsh, Brittine Smith, and son, Terrance Smith Jr., brothers; Bryan Anderson, Richard Anderson, and Samuel Sego; Sisters, Jeana Hartman (Ryan Hartman), Amanda Clark and Dorothy Anderson; and her parents, Cindy Sego Shrout (Jeff Shrout) and Dean Anderson, as well as an extended family and abundance of friends.
She was predeceased by her grandparents: Dee Turner, Dale Turner, Ella and Richard Anderson.