ForeverMissed
Memorial Service: Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 11am, WE Lusain Funeral Home - Chapel 3, 249 6th Ave SW, Birmingham, Alabama 35211. 

Amanda “Mandi” LaShae Huey, 42, of Pelham, AL went home to be with the Lord on Sunday June 14, 2020.

Amanda was preceded in death by her grandmother, Charlotte Huey and grandfather, Bill Huey.
She is survived by her mother and father, Debbie and David Graham, sister, Allison Irvin (Matthew), niece, Savannah, aunt Kay (Tommy) Bittle, aunt Jennifer (Wayne) Pickle and a host of cousins and extended family.

She was a precious soul who will be missed dearly, but she will always be in our hearts. May her memory be eternal.

Professional services provided by W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory, Birmingham, Alabama.
Posted by Jana Jones Smith on June 17, 2020
The news of your passing has saddened my heart so much.  We met in high school and always since the first time we ever spoke, you always remained the same and true to yourself and who you were as a person . Which is a rarity these days. You were consistently one of the kindest , most compassionate human beings that I ever have had the pleasure and honor of knowing.  Always one of the first if not the first to reach out to someone to lift their spirits , give an encouraging word and to just let someone know they aren't alone and that they have a friend. And she was a loyal friend to the core of her soul.  I am honored to have known her and to have had the privilege of calling her my friend.   The angels have gained a special soul that's for sure.  Fly high sweet girl,. I'm going to miss talking to you❤️ maybe you can put in a good word or two for me and perhaps save a spot for me ❤️ RIP beautiful. ❤️
Posted by Jamie Olliff on June 17, 2020
I miss you terribly baby. I'd give anything to hear your voice one more time!

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Posted by Jana Jones Smith on June 17, 2020
The news of your passing has saddened my heart so much.  We met in high school and always since the first time we ever spoke, you always remained the same and true to yourself and who you were as a person . Which is a rarity these days. You were consistently one of the kindest , most compassionate human beings that I ever have had the pleasure and honor of knowing.  Always one of the first if not the first to reach out to someone to lift their spirits , give an encouraging word and to just let someone know they aren't alone and that they have a friend. And she was a loyal friend to the core of her soul.  I am honored to have known her and to have had the privilege of calling her my friend.   The angels have gained a special soul that's for sure.  Fly high sweet girl,. I'm going to miss talking to you❤️ maybe you can put in a good word or two for me and perhaps save a spot for me ❤️ RIP beautiful. ❤️
Posted by Jamie Olliff on June 17, 2020
I miss you terribly baby. I'd give anything to hear your voice one more time!
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Shared by Kimberly Fowlkes on June 17, 2020
We had so many late night chats. I will miss those. I'll never forget all the wild crazy times we had or the high school arguements. Mandi had the best parents they always treated me like family. Everyone wanted to hang at Mandi's house even though we knew Saturday mornings included opening the Smoke Shop. That place was our 2nd home. We loved, we got mad, we argued, but we always made up. I'm thankful Mandi is no longer hurting and is with our Lord and Savior. I love and miss you Mandi.