Trying to find the right words to say is an impossible task. My sister and I had a relationship like most siblings – full of turbulence and love. She taught me how to tease, like an older sister should. She taught me how to argue, usually with her. Mostly she taught me how thick blood is. No matter how far we lived, no matter the trials we faced, and no matter how close our relationship was at the time, the bond of family meant something more, and we always supported each other.
After a multi-year battle suffering from injuries sustained in an accident, adding to it a very aggressive infection, Amber chose to meet her maker on her own terms, and in a peaceful manner, without pain.
May you finally find the peace you so much needed in your life, and may you forever truly rest knowing how much you are loved and missed.
Amber is survived by her two daughters, Keara and Aryanna Wachter, and she leaves behind two brother and a sister; Woody, Colton and Noel.
At Amber’s request, a celebration of her life will be held Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm in West Jordan. Please email email@example.com for details on the location.
Care entrusted to Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary.