She could be sweet and sassy, at the same time brave and strong. No matter how tough things were she fought. Cooking was not her thing, although she enjoyed a little grilling, but better yet take out from, Taco Bell, Crazy Cow, and Arbys. In her high school years she could be found on the softball field on second base or short stop. Motherhood came easily to her, she set rules but was not particularly strict. Quieter times found her relaxing in her back yard sipping on an occasional Twisted Tea. She loved glamping mostly to relax, listen to her country music, and time with her family. Traveling was enjoyable to her, and her most recent trip Disney with her family. Everyone knew her love for elephants and always made a point to pick one up with the trunk elevated.
Amy is survived by her husband Anthony; two beautiful daughters Hannah and Bella; siblings Russell Jr (Kathy) and Brian; her father Russell; grandmother Doris Cripps; and will be missed by her extended family. She was predeceased by her mother Betty.
Come celebrate 38 years on Wednesday from 6 pm-8 pm and on Thursday from 10 am-11am at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside, where there will be an 11 am service. Interment Monument Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Tuccillo family for Hannah and Bellas future.