Amy Marcia Biermacher

01/31/1957   —   02/19/2019


Thursday, February 21, 5-8 PM

Vigil: 7:30 PM

O’Brien-Eggebeen-Gerst Chapel


Mass of Christian Burial:

Friday, February 22, 11 AM

Visitation one hour prior

St. Paul the Apostle Church

The Guestbook
  • Martin Starr

    For all my wonderful Biermacher cousins, I am very sorry at the loss of Amy, who I remember as a kind and loving soul.

  • Molly Schiefler (Costello)

    My thoughts are with all of you. Sending hugs to you Sarah. She is at peace now. I always remember your mom as being so nice , love her smile. Lots of prayers for you at this difficult time.

  • Lisa Jordan

    Wishing you peace and comfort. And wishing you the courage to face the days ahead. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    When a person becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.
    Your memories of her will never die, her stories are irreplaceable, and God give you peace that she is now in His Loving Arms.

  • Linda Love Stewart

    Dear Biermacher Family, It is with a sad heart that I learn of Amy’s passing. Through your parents I had the opportunity to meet all of you and share some good times. Amy did an extraordinary job at Blodgett registration; she had a smile for those who passed her way. Sarah, I am so happy to know you are married and have children. Your Mom must have loved being a grandmother. I am out of state for the month of February and will not be at Saint Paul’s to sing in the Resurrection Choir for the Service tomorrow. May your beautiful memories be a source of comfort. Peace and Prayers

  • Judy Morgan

    Sarah this is such a nice tribute to your mom and to you. You were such a loving daughter. It is so very sad when we no longer have our mom but you will have the best angel in heaven looking down on your beautiful family. Wish I was there to hug you, you have always been so kind to Michael and Ava In their time of need and Andy too.
    Love to all of you.

  • Cathy lewis

    It was my pleasure to know and work with Amy. She was always optimistic and willing to help in any way. RIP Amy

  • Gail Greco-Bieri

    Amy always impressed me for many reasons but one in particular when she could have easily
    Surrendered to her illness and said enough- but she did not she kept fighting and working. She was so kind fun and very positive. RIP Amy you are admired and loved

  • Gail Greco-Bieri

    Your beautiful and incredible Mom was my friend at Blodgett Hospital. She was a person I always admired and loved. She was absolutely amazing with her will to work and provide joy to all her crossed her path. Peace love and more peace to you.

  • Mary Sue Hesse

    It was a honor to know and work with Amy. She had an uncanny ability to replace stress and uncertainty in those she met with a smile and strength.That ability came from God. God has her now and wants all of us to follow her example. What a bright star. All we can do is try. She was a natural. I’m a better person for having known her.
    Love in my heart always.

    Sarah, someday we will talk.
    MSH, Sarasota, FL.

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