The mule is an exceptional creature, animal, mammal, god’s creation. The mule is strong, determined, hardworking, and sometimes stubborn. However, it can carry an immense load on its back up hill and on any terrain!
I tell you this because this is how strong my wife was. It did not matter what the struggle was for herself or others. She would carry that load like it was nothing. She fought uphill through any terrain to get the job done. There were times when I would be the leader and her the pack mule, and times she would be the leader and I the jackass. But together we complimented each other and always found a way to make it through.
Aimee was a loving, caring, strong, determined woman. She dedicated her life to nursing as an RMA, until her terminal illness prevented her from doing what she loved.
She was a mother to two beautiful daughters. Elizabeth and Kayla, and is survived by her husband James of 18 years, and daughter Kayla of 16 years.
Aimee lost her battle to her terminal illness at home on May 24th 2021.
“A best friend, kind-hearted, beautiful, amazing cook, strong and loving mother. She made sure everyone was happy around her.”
“Aimee was my wife of a lifetime. Her love for me and her family was unconditional. I lost my soulmate and half my heart when she took flight. Her strength to live through hardship will forever be imbedded into my being. I will always love you and listen for your guidance.”
May Aimee rest from free of pain. May she watch over us with Elizabeth and guide us with her wisdom. Until we are all united together as a whole family again.
A celebration of Aimee's life will be conducted on Wednesday, June 9th beginning at 1pm in the Gibson Chapel of Cloverdale Funeral Home.
Click here to view a webcast of the service on 6/9/2021 at 12:55 PM, Mountain Standard Time.
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