Amy Kathleen Workman-Wyatt



Amy was born in Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, on February 8th, 1971, to parents Phyllis Sue Hearth and Ronald Kenneth Workman. Sue (Mother) preceded her death, and Ronald (Father) survived her.

She was also preceded in death by her grandparents, Francis “Shorty” Hearth and Kathleen Hearth, and her beloved nephew, Jonathon Kern.

Amy was full of life, a rare gem, and a great person overall. She was an entrepreneur who managed her businesses and was never afraid to take on any challenge. She excelled in anything she attempted and encouraged others to be confident to do the same. She will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

People who knew her will forever remember her for her beautiful smile, fearlessness, generosity, and kindness toward others. She lived life to the fullest, was adventurous, did not complain, worked hard, and had a spirit that attracted people to her; she did not know a stranger. She loved fishing, hunting, hiking, foraging, food processing, and collecting artifacts and took pride in educating people about these things. She always lent a hand to help others and truly enjoyed the simple things in life. Her memory will forever remain in the hearts of those who met her and will always love her.

Her wife, Stacy Workman-Wyatt (Florida), survives her. Stacy and Amy were genuinely connected and the love of each other’s lives. Their bond was one that some people never find in life. They traveled and experienced many “firsts” together, and they often said aloud how forever grateful they were for being introduced by a friend: “Thank you, Paula.”

Her sisters survive her, Ellen Huesman and Lori Callender {Indiana}. Amy had a nurturing relationship with her sisters and truly enjoyed their time together. Her favorite times were mushroom hunting, early morning coffee and conversations, and cooking lessons she provided.

Nieces, nephews, stepsons, and half-sisters survive her.

Nephews Scott (Emily) Anderson {Massachusetts}, Brandon (Alexis) Huesman {Indiana}. Nieces Addison Callender {Indiana}, Mica Callender {Tennessee}. Stepsons Zachary (Stephanie) and Malcolm Spiehler {Indiana}. Half-sisters Christina and Patty (and families) {Arizona}.

A celebration of life will take place on Sunday, July 21st, at 1:00 PM EST at the Sweetwater Clubhouse at 8751 Nineveh Road, Nineveh, Indiana 46164. During this time, family and friends will share good memories of Amy and how she touched their lives, and a pitch-in dinner will take place in her honor. Anyone who knew Amy knew she loved cooking and spending time sitting down together eating with family and friends. We will honor and remember her by doing this together and collecting the recipes for an electronic recipe book accessible to anyone after the event.

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