In Memory

Amy Abdalla (Schmidt)

Amy J Abdalla was born September 5, 1954. At age 27 she married Michael F. Schmidt (age 45) on November 1, 1981. Amy passed away November 29, 2004 at age 50).

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09/11/08 05:13 PM #1    

Michael Magamez

I'm sorry to hear of Amy's passing. I remember her quite well. She was a good gal and a nice person. We went to Holy Family elementary school before joining the South Pas schools.


09/19/08 12:05 PM #2    

Bettina Biesek (DeBow)

Yes, I too attended Holy Family School graduate of 1968 class with Amy Abdalla. Amy was a sweet soul, she had a smile to remember. I also send my condolences to her family and friends for this great loss.

Tina Biesek DeBow

01/24/09 03:30 AM #3    

Annette Roux (Sister Marie Gabrielle)

I was so saddened to hear of Amy's death. Amy also lived on Via Del Rey in the Monterey Hills and she also attended Holy Family school. She was a bright and sweet girl! I was told that she had gone into the hospital for knee surgery which was successful. Unfortunately that eve. she had a blood clot. Her death was totally unexpected. It was a terrible shock and grief to all of her family and close friends.

I pray for Amy:
"Out of the depths I cry to You, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice. Let Your ears be attentive to my voice in supplication. If You, O Lord, mark iniquities, Lord, who can stand? But with You is forgiveness, that You may be revered. I trust in the Lord; my soul trusts in His word.
My soul waits for the Lord more than sentinels wait for the dawn. More than sentinels wait for the dawn, let Israel wait for the Lord, For with the Lord is kindness and with Him is plenteous redemption; And He will redeem Israel from all their iniquities. Amen. " Psalm 130


02/04/09 12:30 AM #4    

Jerry McSilvers

Amy was always so sweet. I was very rough around the edges, maybe a bit deeper, and Amy always had time to chat and her smile was infectuous! I'm glad she touched my life. Her memory brings a smile:-)

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