ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Amy Dickson 25 years old , born on October 17, 1985 and passed away on August 30, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Caleb Landeck on August 30, 2017
Its been Six years and I still miss you. In that six years I didn't make it in the Army, Savannah's second born son Ethan was born,I got hired at a Walmart I have my own Apartment, Ethan isn't the only births we have two new nieces from are stepsister as well and another new nephew
Posted by Caleb Landeck on July 29, 2012
I Miss you Amy i did it i graduated and enlisted in the army
i love you
Posted by Savannah Landeck on November 27, 2011
Amy I will never forget you and i miss you like crazy. I wish i could go back in time and fix all the wrong i did to you and how i was to you. I would gladly lay there awake becuz of your snoring if it meant you being alive today. And i promise you Aunt MeMe Sybastyan will know who you were and all my future kids. I love you Amy you will forever be in my heart and in the back of my mind
Posted by Savannah Landeck on November 27, 2011
May you rest in peace but live forever in our hearts
Posted by Emerald Miller on November 19, 2011
I love you and miss you every day Amy. I created this website so others can remember you too. I know you didn't get to accomplish all that you wanted but what you did accomplish was great. So many people have continued their education because of you...you left a great legacy dear daughter.
Posted by Bob Miller on November 19, 2011
I miss you Amy for the jokes we played on one another. You knocking on the bedroom door the night of your mother and I wedding night. My having you believe that your Mom wass pregnant with twins for the reason we were getting married. Our secrets we told one another.. Missing those times...

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Posted by Caleb Landeck on August 30, 2017
Its been Six years and I still miss you. In that six years I didn't make it in the Army, Savannah's second born son Ethan was born,I got hired at a Walmart I have my own Apartment, Ethan isn't the only births we have two new nieces from are stepsister as well and another new nephew
Posted by Caleb Landeck on July 29, 2012
I Miss you Amy i did it i graduated and enlisted in the army
i love you
Posted by Savannah Landeck on November 27, 2011
Amy I will never forget you and i miss you like crazy. I wish i could go back in time and fix all the wrong i did to you and how i was to you. I would gladly lay there awake becuz of your snoring if it meant you being alive today. And i promise you Aunt MeMe Sybastyan will know who you were and all my future kids. I love you Amy you will forever be in my heart and in the back of my mind
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Shared by Savannah Landeck on August 1, 2012

Today I had to do a resume and i remembered that u sent me the resume we made together to my email that we also made together lol and it took me back to when we were making it, I had so much fun making it with you....that and it took some of my hours of looking for a job lol. I miss you so much and i saw that in the email it said "here you go seister" which is what i called you. Its almost been a year since you past away and day by day i rememeber alot of memories of you and I wont let them die you'll live on forever threw memories 

                                           I Love You My Seister 

Shared by Caleb Landeck on March 2, 2012

I miss her now and forever.  She won't see her baby brother graduate from high school after watching me grow up into the person i am today , See me join the United States Army while encouraging him to go to college to become whatever he wanted to be ,or hopefull seeing that same baby brother get married have kids and tell those kids embarasing stories about him. I miss her for now and forever and my missing of her will continue down my family members mostly the ones who never meant Amy.its not fair to those who never meant amy that the have miss there chance of knowing her.
Love her baby Brother,
Caleb Alexander Ryan Landeck 

Remembering Amy

Shared by Savannah Landeck on January 3, 2012

 So on the 1st of this month at work i saw a butterfly thing on the floor in the bathroom and i though of my sister Amy to anybody else who would of saw that they wouldnt of though anything and i can see why but to me it was just a little reminder from my sister telling me that shes here still even in the new year and she isn't leaving so i picked it up and put it in my pocket. I miss you amy happy new year ♥