Amanda Jean Dennis
Amanda Jean Dennis 41, died unexpectedly Monday, November 9, 2020, after battling long illnesses.
Amanda was born on September 24, 1979 in Burlington, Vermont. The daughter of Carla and Raymond Miller (Step father) and Dennis (Yogi) Wortheim. Amanda attended Mount Mansfield Union High school and then worked for a while in retail until her illness forced her to stop working.
Amanda loved horses, jewelry making, attending church whenever possible, makeup, hair styles and special movies.
Amanda married Jonathon Dennis on January 5, 2007. She is survived by her husband Jonathon Dennis and two daughters, Dixie Rose Miller, 19, and Noelle Riley Bright, 16. She also leaves behind siblings Raymond Miller, Jr., Sarah and Robert Potito and their daughter Briella, Grandparents Carl and Jean Bright, Stanley Wortheim, Richard and Patricia Lawrence, Marie Miller, Aunt Kay, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Amanda was predeceased by Great grand parents Gladys Gannon and Joe Gannon, William and Virginia Bright, Virginia Wortheim, Ernest Miller and Angel Bright.
Jonathon: Sweetheart you've always been the light that burns in me. Through the thick and thin, the ups and downs over our last 15 wonderful years together, you've been the one forever in my heart and I will love you until my last breath and you will never be forgotten.. Forever your husband
Dixie: Momma, I love you so much.. You are the strongest woman I know. I will always remember you as my punk - rock, amazing, beautiful mother. You will never be forgotten. Love Dixie
Noelle: Mom, I cant express in words on how much I am going to miss you. I will forever cherish the memories we made together.
I love you, Noelle
Ray: Amanda, I will always cherish the times we had together and miss the fun times we had.
Sarah: Mandy, Thank you for all of the beautiful memories we've created over the years. For teaching me how to prank your siblings and drive our parents crazy. You will always be remembered by your silly sense of humor and your laughter that was infectious to everyone around you. I love you always and forever.
Mom and Dad Miller: Amanda I wish we could have taken your pain and transformed it into the joy you were so desperately seeking.
I wish we could have opened up the door to your dreams, where happiness engulfed you while riding your horse. But all we could give you was our unconditional love, a love that has no limits, a love so strong as to break the hearts of all those who love and miss you. Our hearts are forever intertwined. Mom and Dad
Yogi: Amanda - Known proudly as my "Brat" I will always cherish our Gymkhana events we took part in, and hold in my heart that infectious smile as you received ribbons for a job well done. I love you, Dad.
Family and friends: We will treasure all the memories we shared and love you with all our hearts.
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