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Survivor Stories / Tributes

Amy Barth

Personal Description:

Dedication:

I dedicate this page to my Aunt Amy. She fought Ovarian Cancer for over 3 years. Although she is no longer with us, I am going to do everything I can, in her honor, to educate women on ovarian cancer and help raise money towards research.

Personal Description:

My Aunt was born on August 26, 1959. She had worked for Southwest Airlines for almost 30 years. She was energetic, spunky, and a beautiful woman on the inside and out. I have learned through her battle with the cancer how many peoples lives she has touched and how many people have prayed for her. She fought this battle until the very end and I have never seen anyone so courageous.

Last updated on: 05/27/2009


Comments:

May we always remember everything she taught us.

Jessica Barth – 02/15/2010

Times are changing for the betetr if I can get this online!

Adiana Adiana – 01/23/2012

Relaxing and breathtaking view. You could feel the clasnems of the island spells. I like the clean shave with your wet-like ,slick,shorter locks for the summer, looks great on you. Along with the soft sunglasses to cover your eyes is a sweet,delicate surrender to enjoy paradise vs a dark hard one that would fight it.The breeze through micro cotton shirt is superb for the island. The shocking pink jeans is the touch of Sir James, that makes you, is the zen balance to the paradise soft turquoise sky. Ending up with casual, comfortable sandals to carry on the island, definitely beats flip flopping around. (wink)

Digvijay Digvijay – 09/04/2012

I don’t know if Amy is kin to me, but I do know how you feel. My friend, Linda Fazin, just recently died of stage 4 ovarian cancer. I know she would want me to spread the news of what symptoms to look for that others (especially her daughters) might not go through the same battle she had.

Shanna Barth Burge – 09/16/2012