Amy McEntee (nee Antenucci) Obituary – Death
Amy McEntee (nee Antenucci) Obituary – Death : Amy McEntee has passed away on the 9th of September, 2021 aged 58. She was born November 19, 1962 to father (late)Donald Antenucci and mother Patricia Antenucci.
She is Survived by Ken, husband of 35 years and soulmate of 43 years; sons Kyle (Monique Fogos) and Ryan (Rebecca Petro), mother Patricia Antenucci; sisters Anita Klima (Ken) and Anmarie Bocan (Dan); mother in law Marty McEntee; sister/brother in law Sharon and Rob Hansen; nieces Andrea and Carolyn Klima; nephews Jake Hansen and Kellen Haynes.
Cause of death
The cause of Amy’s death has not been revealed by the family yet at the time of this publication but we will make sure to update al the necessary information as it unfolds.
Funeral arrangement / Visitation
Visitation Thursday, September 16, 3:00-6:00 p.m. followed by a service and celebration of life at Jardine Funeral Home. https://www.jardinefh.com/
Nothing prepares a person for the loss of a loved one and so at a dire time like this, we extend our warmest condolences to the family of the deceased.
Tributes and Condolences
Tributes have poured n from loved ones on social media, many recounting what an amazing person she was.
It is so sad to report that our dear sweet Amy McEntee passed this week. We will miss her uplifting demeanor and her sense of humor. You may be gone, but you will certainly be remembered.
Too many years with too many wonderful memories- I will miss you terribly my friend 😔. But I bet in your final resting place you have the dining room table you gave up to come to our classes for the last 20ish years. 💕
Amy will be truly missed …this is so sad ! Amy made every Jazz class a blast from the minute she walked through the Door….her smile, sense of humor , her stories, she was a good friend !
She was a beautiful person inside and out!
4:25 class Jazzercise will never be the same….
Heaven is very lucky to have gained a beautiful angel our Amy ! I will never ever forget you …all our good talks in the parking lot , I think we covered it all…from children , Italian cooking, politics, you name it we discussed it. And a whole lot of laughs! Until we meet again ….you really left us way too soon😢😢