Help Amy Stiles' Family
$36,712 of $10,000 goal
On Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, Amy Ruth Stiles was tragically killed in a head-on collision with a dump truck near Elora, Ontario. She was a registered nurse, college teacher and all-around exceptional human being. She leaves behind a grieving husband and three beautiful young children, ages 8, 10 and 12, all of whom are shocked and struggling to cope with Amy's unexpected death. Any donations would be greatly appreciated to help Amy's amazing family through this extraordinarily difficult time. Patrick (Amy's brother-in-law) is acting as the GoFundMe beneficiary and will provide all money raised directly to Randy and his three boys.
"Amazed", Celebrating the life of Amy Stiles:
With the support of family and friends and complete strangers, the Stiles family has made it through the holidays and all are in good spirits. Thank you again for all our your support this past November.
Donations on GoFundMe are now closed.
For future contributions to the memory of Amy Stiles, please consider http://guelphhumane.ca to honour her love of animals.
An education fund has been set up for Randy and Amy's three boys through OPSEU local 237. President Lana-Lee Hardware is managing donations.
Thank you again, from the bottom of our hearts.
"Amazed" - Celebration of the life of Amy Stiles,
Featuring Jayme Armstrong (vocals), Patrick Stiles (keys, backup vocals), Ryan Stiles (drums), Jason Damarren (guitar, backup vocals); Steve Thoms (base).
Thank you so much for all of your donations and condolences which have helped Randy and the boys cope with their grief and begin to heal.
Donations are now closed.
For future contributions to the memory of Amy Stiles, please consider http://guelphhumane.ca, to honour Amy's love of animals.
An education fund for Randy and Amy's three sons has been set up through OPSEU local 237. President of local 237, Lana-Lee Hardware is managing donations.
A celebration of Amy's incredible life will take place immediately following at 3pm.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all of your donations to help Randy and the boys, but ESPECIALLY for all of the kind words, comments and condolences. It is truly overwhelming to see just how much Amy was loved and appreciated by everyone who knew her.