Amanda Reed Obituary, Death – Amanda Reed of Pennsylvania has sadly passed away. She was born on November 16th, in the city of Clarksville, Texas. Her early years were spent in Houston, Texas, where she also completed her secondary education at Klein Oak. After moving to Utah, she completed her high school education at Bountiful High School, where she graduated in 1991. Amanda’s father baptized her when she accepted Jesus as her personal savior in Corsicana, Texas, where the family currently resides. She found joy in a number of activities throughout her life, including dancing, hiking, camping, spending time on her grandparents’ farm in East Texas, competing in and winning body-building competitions, and, most significantly, raising her two lovely children.
Amanda is survived by her parents, Deborah and Don Wanner, and Rev. Dale and Joni Reed, her sister Andrea and husband Tim, her brother Dub and wife Kathy Jo, her daughter Danika, her son Ezra, her nieces and nephews Blakelee, Brooklyn, and Zoe, and her nieces and nephews Britt, Isaac, Tucker, Zach, Chase, and Zeke, as well as a large number of other loving relatives and friends who were devoted to her throughout her life. Amanda was a lovely daughter, sister, and sister-in-law to all of her family members. People will remember Amanda for her vibrant, delightful, and joyful personality. This is something that people will remember her for more than anything else.
She made it a point to always prioritize the happiness and comfort of people around her before her own needs, and she never deviated from this rule. Throughout their relationship, Amanda’s mother referred to her as the “little blonde girl,” and Amanda’s go-to remark was “Please God, make me a bird, so that I can soar far, far away.” Her love touched the hearts of everyone she met. Her love left such a wonderful imprint. Her infectious laugh, fearlessness, and love will never be forgotten, and will always be appreciated.