In Loving Memory
of Our Angel
Amy (Fiondella) Bochman,
a beautiful and dedicated mother lost her battle with breast cancer before her son Ethan reached the age of 6.
We now help others, as she was helped, to live in dignity.
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Amy’s Angels is a grass roots organization that provides
comprehensive short and long
term assistance to individuals
and their families dealing with
the debilitating effects of serious illness or injury.
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Amy's Angels Here To Help Amber Rogers
The family of Amber Rogers has been caring for Amber who suffers with MS and requires around the clock care. The shortage of nurses due to COVID has led the family to become fulltime caregivers for Amber. The family needs money to help paying the bills which have mounted to a huge amount. Amy’s Angels is matching your donation with funds up to $30,000 to help the Rogers family during these unimaginable times.
We Are Not Losing Hope:
Decosse Family Fights Cancer & COVID-19
Calling all Angels, communities in New York, Connecticut and around the world are rallying behind the Decosse family with generosity and prayer. Dad Jeff had passed away from COVID-19 at UConn John Dempsey Hospital on Nov. 11. While Mom, Dania continues chemotherapy treatment for colon cancer, their son Joshua recently lost his battle with the virus this week. The Decosse’s 3 other children are taking on a new normal living without their dad and big brother. Please find it in your heart to help the Decosse’s during this unimaginable rollercoaster. Your donation will be matched .50 cents for every dollar by Amy’s Angels up to $20,000.
Lisa's Fund at Amy's Angels
We at Amy's Angels are deeply saddened by the passing of Lisa Harlow, a courageous single mother of three children ages 18,16, and 14. Lisa valiantly fought metastatic breast cancer for eight years. In late 2017 Amy's Angels became involved with Lisa and her family and ran a benefit to help provide financial support while she continued her fight against her illness.
Both Lisa and Amy whom Amy's Angels was created in memory of were very much the same.
They were two single mothers who fought so courageously a dreaded disease, inspired by the fierce love of their children.
Lisa's journey has so inspired us that we will be creating "Lisa's Fund at Amy's Angels" which will focus on the needs of surviving school age children who have lost a parent to a serious illness or injury. This will keep Lisa's memory very much alive forever. This is fitting as Lisa's biggest concern when she became involved with Amy's Angels was how she would be able to help others instead of herself.
Please see below the fitting tribute to Lisa from her daughter Kayla. I invite everyone to consider supporting Lisa's fund, our newest initiative at Amy's Angels. To donate please click donate button below or by mail to Lisa's Fund at Amy's Angels, 90 Hopmeadow St, Simsbury, CT 06089.
Sadly last night the best angel was gained. After about 8 years of constantly fighting cancer, her pain and suffering has come to an end. My Mom has always been our best friend and guardian angel on earth. For 18 years, she has showed unconditional love, strength, and perseverance. Eight years ago, my Mom took on the role of both Mother and father figure to us. A couple years after that, she was diagnosed with stage four metastatic breast cancer and still continued to never miss a second of our lives. She has been the only one there on the sidelines, in the crowd clapping, or even the only one to watch us blow out our candles on a birthday cake. She has influenced mine and my brothers life tremendously in our past and future. She has been our best friend, worst enemy, and biggest supporter everyday for 18 years, and has taught us basically everything we know about life and what it has to offer. I will never forget the random adventures, laughs (sometimes swears), and our happy hours on the deck. We will forever cherish that we had gotten the privilege to learn life lessons and share countless memories with one of the strongest, funniest, best humans there is. As life goes on we will miss her in everything we do and constantly look to her for guidance and reassurance but we know she is in a better, pain free place... happy hour at a open bar🍷🍷🍷 Rest In Peace Mom “love you more” ❤️❤️❤️ And as our Mom would say “Yep cancer sucks.”