Amy Clopper Obituary, Funeral Information of Amy Clopper

Amy Clopper Obituary, Death – It is with great sorrow that we learned about the death of  Amy Clopper, who died recently according to a report from online sources. The death news has caused a lot of reactions on social media which has caused family and friends to mourn. Every beginning of life always leads to its natural conclusion. One of the accomplishments of human existence is the leaving of memories behind, and although life itself is just temporary, memories can often last a lifetime. We learned about this death news through a user on social media, the statement reads below.

Amy Clopper’s Cause Of Death

In some cases where death hoaxes are being spread through and across social media platforms, we will indicate if the deceased is dead or alive While announcing the passing of the deceased, the cause of death was not stated at the time of this report. Many are wondering what might have caused the situation surrounding this death. At this time we are yet to verify the reason that might have caused Amy Clopper’s passing.

Burial Arrangements And Obituary

On January 10, 2023, Amy Lynn Swann Clopper received her angel wings and ascended to Heaven to be with her Savior. It is with deep sorrow that I must inform you of this news. Amy was the daughter of Margaret “Peggy” Blades Swann of Easton, and the late Robert Earle Swann. Robert Earle Swann passed away. She was born in the state of MD. Amy received her high school diploma from Easton. Her first employment was at Robin’s Nest Florist, where she worked while she was still a student; following graduation, she went to work as the bookkeeper for Fox’s Family Store. In May of 1986, she wed Eric Clopper of Denton, Maryland, and the couple started their life together in that town. After that, she became a member of the staff at the Farm Service Agency, where she found that she enjoyed interacting with all of the farmers. She took on the role of motherhood after giving birth to her two children, Jessica and Mason, and worked a few part-time jobs at places including Dri-corn, Times Record, Cabell Corporation, and Mabel’s Bakery.

When her granddaughter Brookelynn was born, she finally felt like she had arrived at her destination as a mother. Brookelynn went to visit her mom every day at her house before she started going to Little Saints. Amy first started having various health problems in the month of January of the following year. In addition to spending time with her family, she had a sizable collection of Vintage Fiesta, and she liked to travel to Pennsylvania and Virginia. Therefore, going antiquing was a fun hobby to have. She has a large number of Fiesta friends both nearby and far away. Some of them she was able to meet in person, while others she was unable to. In addition to that, she liked helping her mother with yard work, baking, crocheting, and sewing projects, as well as participating in holiday and birthday celebrations.

Both of Amy’s sets of grandparents, her maternal grandparents Leon and Louise Blades of Easton and her paternal grandparents Issac and Hilda Swann of Easton, passed away before she was born. The members of Amy’s family that are still alive are her husband, Eric Clopper, who lives in Denton, her children Jessica and her husband Kenny Marks, who live in Preston, Maryland, and Mason and his wife Kate Clopper, who also live in Denton. Brookelynn Marks, who resides in Preston, Maryland, is the only grandchild. Linda and Terry Adams, both of Cordova, Maryland, and Susan and Tommy Campbell, both of Oxford, Maryland, are her siblings.

A viewing will be held on the evening of Monday, the 16th, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, and again on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, one hour before to the funeral ceremony. The funeral services will be place on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, at 12:00 PM at the Easton Church of God. The burial will be carried out in secret. Donations in place of flowers can be sent to Chesapeake Christian School, located at 1009 N. Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601; or the American Stroke Association, located at P.O. Box 840692, Dallas, Texas 75284-0692; both addresses can be found on the obituary. Framptom Funeral Home & Crematory, Ostrowski Chapel of St. Michaels is in charge of the arrangements at this time.


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