Jamie Amend)

Jamie Amend) Obituary


Age - 61


September 12, 2023


Bellevue, NE

Preceded in death by parents James E. Paulison and Stepmother Diane O Paulison. Son Josh Amend. Survived by Husband Mel Stodden. Children Jenna and (Aaron) Levering and Tanner Amend (Jaurey). Grandchildren Bailey, Payton, Brennen, Harper, and Jayden. Mother Patti Clemts and Stepfather Billy Clemts. Siblings Jim and Kim Paulison (Lilly), Debra Paulison (Nate) and Stepbrother Dwight Paulison. Nieces, nephews, Aunts & Uncles, cousins and many loved ones. In loving memory of Jamie, born and raised in Omaha Nebraska. She loved Her family, and 3 beautiful Children. Jamie had many friends and was always there for anyone who needed her. Her love of animals and spending time with loves ones were her greatest joy. She was extremely dependable and self-motivated, people depended on her, she worked for the West Central Valley School System for 13 years as a dedicated team player in Iowa. Jamie once owned her own neon fabrication business and worked in the Face Painting & Sign Family businesses through her life and enjoyed making people happy. Life was very challenging for Jamie at times, and she suffered loss and endured pain which she overcame and lived life on her terms. Her dream to retire, move and buy a home with her Husband in Arkansas was accomplished, she was very proud of the life she had built and got to spend a couple of precious years living Her dream. Our beloved Wife, Mother, Sister, Cousin, and Friend left this world to be with Her many loved ones the morning of August 31 after a battle with cancer, She passed away peacefully in the early morning hours with her Husband by Her side. She was never the one to want to worry anyone or cause people stress. The plans that were made were not to be and She was ready to go Home and did so with courage and grace. May She rest in peace ~ Until we meet again, She will be 'cloud jumping' waiting and watching over all of us! Please join us for Jamie's Celebration of Life Sept 17 2023 2PM at Hanging Rock Park, 416 Redfield St, Redfield, IA 50233. All Memorials to the Family.

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