Kammy Mae Edmunds

12/7/1982 ~ 3/31/2017

EdmundsKammyOn Friday March 31st 2017 a beautiful light was extinguished way too soon, our loving Kammy Mae, Born on December 7, 1982 to Garth Edmunds and Tammy Coates. Kammy was an amazing beautiful child and grew into an even more amazing young woman. She always had a smile and a laugh that was so contagious you couldn’t help but smile with her, even on your worst day! When she said, “I love you”, you knew she meant it. Kammy was a very loving individual who gave everyone a chance to be loved by her. She always had a smile and a kind word. Any one Kammy met was a friend, and once you were a friend you were family to her. If you were blessed enough to be family, you were so loved. Kammy was all about family and if she saw you in the store or on the street she would make sure to run over to say hi and give a hug. Kammy loved camping with family and friends, fishing and back road jaunts, family activities of any kind and bon fires with friends. NASCAR was her life, she was an avid fan and loved watching it on TV. She was thrilled to have been able to see it live in Las Vegas and California on more than one occasion. She was an Amazing Mother, her kids loved her dearly. She loved reading and crocheting blankets and her family. Remember something Kammy would always say is that “Great means many things”. You can see how many lives she touched just by looking at her Facebook page, so many beautiful memories have been shared. She will be greatly missed.
We invite you to wear Purple or Blue. Purple to support Domestic Violence in Kammy’s memory and Blue for Support of Autism which was something Kammy was an adamant supporter.
Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank under Kammy Edmunds Benefit Memorial Fund
Kammy is survived by her mother Tammy (Brad Wentz) Spring City, father Garth (Lesa Edmunds) Shelley Idaho, Grandmother Bertha Edmunds, Mt. Pleasant UT Children, Franky and Sophya Lopez, and their father Donny Lopez, Ephraim, special daughters Kayla and Briana Gorvica, Cicero Il, Siblings Megan (Brandon) Paulson, Mt. Pleasant, Lynsi Edmunds, Kyle Edmunds, Spring City, Tyler (Kenzie) Edmunds, Shelley Id, Morgan Webb, Nephi, Ashley Dimick Amber (Cody) Merritt, Big Pine Wy, Teresa (Marcos) Tovalin, Lehi, Tammy (Steven) Giron, Salt Lake City, Johnny Lopez, Logan, Jose Lopez, Nephi, Anthony Lopez, Ephraim, Special Mother Gloria Lopez, Logan Ut. Mama Jan Dahl, special siblings Kelli Stevens, Katie Buchanan, Huntington, Ut. Cody Buchanan, Freedom, UT. Numerous Aunts, Uncles Nieces, Nephews and Cousins. Special Grandma Sandy Arzich. She was preceded in death by her Grandparents Jack Edmunds, Glen (Big Red) Coates, Alice Coates; much loved cousin Shelly Dyches; special Dad Abe Lopez; sister Liz Lopez and grandpa Tony Martinez; as well as 2 very special friends Tate Parmer and Annie Kasprzak.
Funeral services will be held Saturday April 8, 2017 at 12:00 noon in the Spring City Historic Church. Visitation will be held Friday April 7, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary and Saturday from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment in the Spring City Cemetery. Online condolence rasmussenmortuary.com

5 Responses to “Kammy Mae Edmunds”

  1. God bless this family! None of us understand how or why the Lord let’s so many wonderful young souls be taken from us before their time! Why is it that through tragedy we must learn to pay attention to the goings-on in the world! I know Kammy was a joy and inspiration to many around her! God bless you all for the goodness that she portrayed to those around her! She is now another beautiful Angel looking over us and trying to inspire on a higher level! Those in my family who knew her shared in some of the joy she spread around her. May the Lord be with all of those who love and will be missed by her presence in their lives! Let us learn and know that the Lord teaches us many things in this life through tragedy and loss! Sending positive thoughts and prayers to all those who can accept that we are in the hands of the Lord! God bless us all surviving in this world! Help us be good, kind, loving, forgiving and grateful for every precious day, because each day is a gift! Love, Shelly Birtcher (Vincent)

  2. Paula Brewer says:

    I remember the day you came home from the hospital as a newborn. You were a beautiful baby with tons of black hair. I watched you grow into a beautiful woman and mother. This tragedy has taught me to say “I love you” to all my family and friends each time I see them. I wonder how many of us that have poured out our love to you– actually told you? We get so caught up in life that we forget how precious life is. I wish I could tell you now, “I love you Kammy Mae!” My deepest sympathy to your babies and your family. I will wear purple in your honor and for all those who suffer from domestic violence. God bless.

  3. Rick & Christy Shorter says:

    We did not know you personally, yet we are so sorry for a life ended much to soon. May the good Lord bless your family and keep them safe. Especially bless your two special little children.

    Our deepest condolences, The Shorters

  4. Shandi Michael says:

    I met Kammy in dance class when we were four or five. We just hit it off, she was so imaginative and fun to be around. Our parents were kind enough to help us stay in contact from elementary through high school by giving us rides to each other’s houses and letting us have sleep overs. One sleep over when we were probably seven or eight we decided to make coffee at around midnight so we could stay up all night. I think we used all the sugar in the house just so we could tolerate the taste of it, poor Tammy probably wanted us just to stop giggling and go to bed, but she always let me sleep over and never complained about the shenanigans we got up to.

  5. Aspen Lightfoot says:

    I am so sorry that this beautiful soul was taken from here. Kammy had away about making me personaly feel like i was worth remember always that big smile and a Hi sweety how are you with a hug to match the smile. My heart breaks for you all this world needs the type of soul that she was.I will never forget how much her warmth made the room feel. Her story will never be forgotten as long as I am able I will speak of this angel who’s life really did change mine. Kammy my beautiful friend you are the angel that I didn’t see coming. I love you sweet girl may you find the peace you derseve.

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