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Memorials Are Suggested: Amy Lynn Most, age 45 (1968-2014)

Amy Lynn (Cramer) Most, 45, of Brady, Nebraska, died April 14th, 2014 in Brady at her home after a seven year battle with brain cancer.


She was born to Edward Ray Cramer and Darla (Denish) Cramer in Quincy, Illinois, on August 9th, 1968.


Amy's first 13 years were spent in Northeast Missouri. At age 13 her family moved to Papillion, Nebraska, where she graduated from Papillion High School. She attended Grace Bible College for two years.


Amy was married to her best friend, Nathaniel Kent Most on June 25th, 1988, at the First Baptist Church of Papillion by Pastor Curt Holzworth.


Amy attended Iowa Western College for one more year before Nate and Amy moved to the Grand Lake, Colorado, area where Nate engaged in building custom log homes with two of his brothers. Amy worked for the town of Grand Lake until the birth of their first child, Micah. Four more children followed: Valerie, Joya, Mitchell and Lukan.


In 2006 the family moved to Brady to operate the M4:2 Ranch (Malachi 4:2 NIV) with Nate's brother Eric. While Amy was primarily a homemaker, wife and mother, she was actively involved in her churches and held various part-time jobs including a position at Brady Public School. She was known for her sweet singing voice, loved to do scrap booking and joined the rest of the family in enthusiastically supporting the Brady Eagles sports teams and band.


Preceding her in death was one child, Mitchell; an uncle Edwin Lee Denish; both sets of grandparents and sister-in-law, Karlynda Most.


She will be missed for her sweet spirit and loving presence. Those left behind include her husband, children, parents, step-parents, parents-in-law, sister and brother-in-law, and six Most brothers-in-law, one Most sister-in-law and all of their families look forward to a joyful reunion with each other in the presence of their Savior, Jesus Christ.


Funeral Services will be held at the Brady High School, Saturday April 19th, 2014, at 10:30 a.m.


Interment will follow in the Brady Cemetery, Brady, Nebraska.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Inheritance of Hope, PO Box 90, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768.


To sign the online guest book, go to www.blasestrauser.com.

 




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