The funeral service was held at 11.30am on Monday 19th October at Putney Vale Crematorium.
Due to limited capacity, attendance was by invitation only, however a recording of the service is available to watch online until until the end of Sunday 15th November.
If you wish to make a donation in Amy’s memory, Amy requested that donations be made to Sarcoma UK – just click the Donate button.
WATCH THE WEBCAST RECORDING
Here are details of how to access a recording of the webcast of the funeral service:
- Click the button above to open the webcast page in a new tab
- Enter your Webcast Login details (top right boxes, next to the green login button) which are as follows:
- Username: Xuve0934
- Password: 683055
- Click the Login button
Once the stream has begun the video will load automatically.
In memory of our dear niece Amy. She was a very special person who was loved by everyone who knew her. We will love and miss her always.
From Aunty Louise & Uncle Martin xxxxxx
I’ll never forget the first time we met in Croatia, that image of Amy’s smile and how much she made me laugh is exactly how she’ll be remembered. Always on great form, we were blessed to have known her. We will keep her memory strong and support Antosh and Aleks as much as we possibly can in the coming years. Sending all of our love and strength to the whole family.
John & Laura King x
I wish I’d had the opportunity to spend more time with Amy – every time we did meet she made her middle aged to elderly second cousin feel vibrant and happy. Seeing her out on a jaunt from Oxford in Rome where I was working I remember us dancing round the kitchen to Spandau Ballet’s ‘Gold’ with tears of joy and good humor rolling down our cheeks. Well, we’re not indestructible but she was definitely worth her weight in the stuff ! What a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, wife and mother! And what a friend and inspiration of joy and fun! Amy dear, Rest In Peace – you will Rise in Glory.
Dearest Amy –
So gifted, so giving,
So loved, so loving,
So brave, so missed.
Ann and Dave Owen and family.
Amy was a special girl and we were lucky to have known her. Amy will be missed.
We first met Amy at Marek Sergot’s (her father in law) 60th birthday party shortly after she had lost her arm. Paul always remembers wanting to help her chopping cucumber for a salad, but she was looking so determined he decided it was safer to leave her to it. Amy also helped when Paul was in hospital in London. She spoke to the Doctors and explained everything to us. Always a very thoughtful person. Some memories will always stay with you.
Love from Paul and Irena Wegrzyn xxx
In memory of our beautiful cousin, who was a caring and extremely talented young woman. Always smiling and ready to listen, a positive and happy force in the world. We will cherish the wonderful memories forever.
Sending so much love to Amy’s family. She was a truly unique & special person. She made a positive impression on everyone she met with her charm & wit. She was adored by everyone. She will always be remembered & hold a place in our hearts.
With love always,
Amy was an impressive student. In tutorials she could be relied upon to address each problem in a scholarly and quietly determined manner, often with a witty sense of humour. It was clear she would make a great success of her career and become a caring professional. She will be greatly missed by all who were fortunate enough to have known her.
Thank you for all the fun and laughter! We will all miss you so much, it was a privilege to know you and to be part of your journey.
Love from us all always,
Kim, Josh, Ben and Charlie. Xxxxxx
Beautiful Amy helped our family more than she could know when our little Keeva was unwell. Her kindness will never be forgotten. Sending all our love and thoughts to all of Amy’s family today. Xx
Naomi, Paul, Aoife and Keeva Phelan
We remember so well when we first met Amy. Our nephew Antos proudly introduced his new girlfriend at a family gathering and we were instantly smitten. At that point we had little idea that Amy was exceptionally gifted, talented and incredibly intelligent – it was enough that she was delightfully warm, friendly, funny and simply utterly lovely.
As we got to know her, her extraordinary qualities became obvious. She quickly became such an inspirational pivotal part of our extended family. She always knew what to do about things and make them better. We will always be thankful that she enriched our lives and we will think of her and love her forever.
Anna and Adam Jenkins
Amy was a special person. Not least because her ever present smile and genuine interest in connecting with you made you feel special.
Rest in peace Amy. You will always be remembered by the many people whose lives you touched. We are so lucky to have had you in our lives. Sending all my love to Amy’s family. xxx
Amy will always be one of the most loving, caring and joy giving people I will ever know. She has brought many, many happy times into all our lives and these memories will always remain with me.
All my love Amy.
My dearest Amy – from the instant we met in August 2007 as brand new doctors, I fell in love with your beautiful energy and soul. You were loved and adored by everyone who met you – so incredibly bright, kind and with the most wonderful sense of humour. I will cherish all our memories together. You are so missed my love but your star shines bright.
All my love, Maya
A true joy to be around, Amy had a magical ability to make everyone feel special. Energetic, witty, astute, and coming up with all the best ideas, it was often said in the family if you want something done, get Amy to do it. It is an utter privilege to have her in our lives.
Rebeka, Peter and William xx
We loved the special time we had together with all of you in Sydney last year. We remember to long conversations before Amy became a doctor and when she had graduated how fortunate her patients were to have had her in their lives.
Please take care of yourselves, you have all supported her magnificently during this illness.
Love Pam and Simon
You made all our lives better for knowing you. If we become stars when we go on the other side you will be the brightest one in the sky. If our lives are just dreams thank you for making my dream so much nicer.
I think Marek summed her up beautifully at her memorial. Thank you. Through the tears I often find myself asking ‘What would Amy do/say?’ and often then a happy memory appears and she continues to give strength.
We love and miss you so much Amy but are better people for having had you in our lives.
Nat, Will, George and Alfie xxxx
I was so sad to hear of Amy’s passing. I have fond memories of going through medical school with her. She was an extremely bright light, and someone to look up to as well as inspire us to be better. The last time I saw her was perhaps 2012 before I moved away. Despite numerous health challenges, she was undiminished and lived her life without reservation.
You’ll be missed Amy.
Dear Amy – you had the blackest sense of humour of anyone I know – which is exactly why I loved working with you so much. There was never a dull moment and your ability to sum up someone’s worth and importance in about 5 seconds flat was an invaluable life skill. I see it as entirely fitting that your last text to me was about not really having much appetite but you had scoffed down a couple of Pepperami….it was entirely true to the juxtaposition of who you were. I will miss you so much – oh and if where you are is filled with John Hamm look a likes – could you give me a sign?…xxx
It was enormous fun being Amy’s pharmacology Tutor at New College, Oxford. She was a wonderful student and person. We had great discussions on the use of beta blockers before a violin performance. I treasure the memory of her beautiful “The Lark Ascending” in New College ante-chapel. We were also fellow members of the fish-hating club. Thank you for brightening up the College during your time there.