Condolences for Amy Janet Valdovinos

Johanna Howard posted on 1/11/19

Amy I am so sorry I didn't post anything here until now. I miss all the good times we had together, the sense of humor we share and having you by my side at nearly every job I worked at. Brewer's Stadium, Renaissance Faire, Linden Grove, to name a few. You will be missed like crazy by so many people. Me especially.


Aca, Vera and Andja Trifunovich posted on 1/10/19

We are truly grateful to call Amy our friend, who we met at Froedtert many years ago. We enjoyed Brewers games, movies, a birthday party and laughing at Aca, as often as possible. Amy will always inspire us to be positive no matter what happens in life, as she did with such kindness and humor and in the true spirit of friendship. We will keep Gail, Jim and Jimmy in our thoughts in this difficult time. We cherish our memories of great times with Amy, and know that she is with God and his Angels in Heaven. Memory eternal. Your friends, Aca, Vera, Andja and our mom, Dafina Trifunovich


Uncle Steve & Aunt Sandra Valdovinos posted on 1/7/19

Our prayers and thoughts are with you, may God Bless you! Love always Uncle Steve and Aunt Sandra


Uncle Mike Valdovinos posted on 1/7/19

With saddened heart I want to show the highest respect to my niece Amy whom enjoyed many times with her friends in the big pool I had and she always brought her friends as she knew I could never turn her down l always got the biggest smile ever well Amy a lot of people loved you including me Uncle Mike love you always and forever hugs and kisses forever


The Mech Family posted on 1/6/19

This was unexpected. I saw you on Christmas Eve and you were bouncing back from a surgery. We were making plans for your next quilt. We already had tickets for you to go to State Fair in 2019. We were learning about your third dog Elenore. You were our babysitter for our children. Since the day of your injury, this family has been with you on your journey. We think of you often, Brewers events, favorite restaurants, whats new on Facebook, etc. We see you sitting on your deck. You have shown such strength and spirit. You persevered through many difficult medical procedures. You showed us what what is really important in life. You will not be forgotten. "You are my sunshine".



Carrie karlson posted on 1/6/19

God needed a new star in heaven one brighter than the rest so he chose you my darling for you were the best


Uncle Mark and Aunt Debbie Valdovinos posted on 1/6/19

Dear Gail, Jim and Jimmy, our condolences go out to you. Amy was a special young woman, who will truly be missed. She fought hard. In spite of all her hardships, she always had a smile and a kind word to all. She never gave up. God gives us the blessings of children, on borrowed time. Let it be known ,you shall meet again. Death is not easy. As humans it’s one of lifes hardest things we have to endure. As a parent it is the worst pain you will ever have to go thru. Our prayers and thoughts are with you thru this sad time. As a mother who also lost a child at the age of 33, remember the good times and how she made you laugh. There will be tears and sadness for a long time. Amy will give you signs that she’s ok and always around. May God give you the strength and guidance in this time of sorrow


Uncle Mark and Aunt Debbie Valdovinos posted on 1/6/19

Dear Gail, Jim and Jimmy, our condolences go out to you. Amy was a special young woman, who will truly be missed. She fought hard, in spi


Carol Radke posted on 1/6/19

Dear James, Gail & Jimmy, “His loved ones are very precious to him, and he does not lightly let them die.” ~ Psalm 116:15


Jim & Bev Foti and Family posted on 1/6/19

We are so sorry to learn that Amy has passed away. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was a wonderful young lady.


Paul Reid posted on 1/6/19

Gail and family you lost angel when Amy was taken away from you


Phil Barron posted on 1/6/19

My condolences to you and your family on your loss. May God bless you all and keep Amy in his loving arms.



Toni Gillette posted on 1/5/19

Amy, You fill a special place in all our hearts. Such a fighter, kind and positive person. I am sorry we had to meet the way we did, but feel blessed that I got to know you. You are and will always be our Hero Amy.


Jenny Resterhouse posted on 1/5/19

Amy, I am so grateful to have known you. You were and will always be one of my favorite people to have had the pleasure of working with.


Emily posted on 1/5/19

I took care of Amy after her kidney transplant at UW hospital and she was a patient I will never forget. Her contagious smile, optimistic spirit, and zest for life was truly inspiring. My deepest condolences to her entire family during this difficult time.


Wanda & Jim Scholl posted on 1/5/19

Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of Amy. She was a strong young lady that we're sure inspired others.


Paul Reid posted on 1/5/19

Amy I will never forget get you I loved you somuch


Jimmy Valdovinos posted on 1/5/19

Amy, you were always there for me though all my struggles. I will never forget you and will cherish all of the great times we had as kids and adults. You were so strong and brave, making the most out of an unfortunate situation. There will always be a place in my heart for my big sister and my best friend. I believe you are in a better place now, free of all the suffering you endured in life. I love you.



Gail Valdovinos posted on 1/4/19

You fought hard, after the spinal cord injury in 2006, your my hero!


Gail Valdovinos posted on 1/4/19

Amy you were so strong & fought so hard, till the end, going thru all he medical problems, you are my hero, & I'm proud your my daughter, till we meet again, I know you have earned your angel wings, say "Hi" to Grandma Margie for me!