In Memory of…

Amanda started dancing shortly after she turned four at the Call to Glory dance studio.  She loved ballet, modern, lyrical and jazz.  Her dance instructors often commended that she had a natural gift for dancing.  Amanda anxiously waited to turn 13 so she could start taking pointe class and start dancing in pointe shoes.  She continue with formal dance training until the ninth grade where she was selected as a member of the Humble High School Kit Kat dance team.  During her sophomore year, Amanda competed for and won position on the Humble Wildcadet Drill Team.  Amanda also loved working with young children during Sunday school and vacation Bible school programs.  Amanda’s beautiful smile would light up the room.  She lived life to the fullest; she was an extremely caring daughter, sister and friend.  On April 7, 1999, Amanda lost her life in a terrible car accident. She is sincerely missed by her family and friends.