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Amy C. Krajewski

Published February 14,2013

Obituary's Biography:

Amy C. Krajewski, born January 14, 1960 in Cincinnati, OH, a resident of Third Lake, IL, died unexpectedly on February 5, 2013.
Amy was the beloved wife of thirty years to Cliff Krajewski, and mother of Natalie, Christian and Daniel. Immediate family includes her sister Lisa Sutherlin (Steve), and brother Rex Carroll (Ruth). She was the daughter-in-law of John and Delores Krajewski, and sister-in-law of Casey Krajewski (Vilja) and Paul Krajewski.
Amy was a loving, devoted and caring mother to her family, and active in the Wildwood Presbyterian Church and Wagging Hearts, a pet adoption agency. Outdoor photography was her passion. Amy attended Southern Illinois University before joining Nissan Motors Acceptance, Oklahoma City, OK. After moving to Third Lake, IL Amy worked with Baxter V. Mueller, Niles, IL; EndoPlus, Niles, IL; MacClean-Fogg, Vernon Hills, IL; One Hope United, Lake Villa, IL and most recently Table Craft, Gurnee, IL. Her very most important job, the one to which she was most dedicated, was raising three beautiful and talented children. This alone gave her Super Hero status in the eyes of her children and those of her husband. She started Amy Krajewski Photography in 1993 and truly enjoyed working with families and sports teams. She was always on the field or court making sure each participant’s photo was captured and available for their enjoyment at the conclusion of each season. Although she said this was a job, it was her passion, and her way of giving back to the community. A memorial visitation is scheduled for Saturday February 16, 2013 from 3:00pm until 4:30pm with a memorial service commencing at 4:30pm at Wildwood Presbyterian Church 18630 W. Old Gages Lake Road Grayslake, IL 60030. In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to Wagging Hearts, 260 E. Belvidere Road Box 360, Hainesville, IL 60030. Arrangements were entrusted to Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium. Friends may sign the on-line guestbook at www.strangfuneral.org

8 replies on “Amy C. Krajewski”

  1. Cliff and Family:

    Our hearts were broken when we heard the news of Amy’s suddden death. She was an incredible person, great mother and wife and a true friend to everyone she met. Your hearts are heavy now but know that she will be with you everday. You have beautiful memories to give you comfort and strength.

    Cindy and Marv

  2. My deepest condolences go out to the entire family. My heart breaks for the loss of your devoted mother and wife. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

    Love you all! Vilija

  3. Your family will be in my prayers as I know you will miss Amy very much! The last time I talked to her was at Avon school. She was always so friendly! She was always so proud of her children!
    Please remember that the Lord will carry you through this very hard time. He cares and knows all about our hurts.

    Love and prayers, Trudy

  4. We will always remember Amy as an amazing, loving, and beautiful woman. Our love and prayers to all of the family, now and forever.

  5. Dear Cliff and Children, Marilyn and I are stunned and saddened at the sudden homegoing of Amy. Although it’s been years, you guys were never far from our hearts. We so enjoyed the updates Amy would send and the pictures of your beautiful family. I so miss the days of tennis, hanging out, house sitting and having fun. Truly I am at a loss for words. Cliff I’m going to call after some time has passed. Please know you and the kids are in our hearts and prayers. Please know we are celebrating Amy’s life and you and the kids lives and because of Amy we felt like we knew the kids even though we never met. I speak the peace and presence of GOD on you and your house now and every day to come. All of our love to you all. Marty and Marilyn Garvey and family.

  6. Cliff,Natalie,Christian and Daniel, As Cliff knows AMY was my very best friend at NAMC. I’m so sorry I was unable to attend the memorial service. I have cried and laughed as I remember many of the things we did together. Memories are one of our greatest gifts. We are praying for you daily. Love and Prayers to all of you

  7. Cliff,Natalie,Christian and Daniel,
    My deepest condolences go out to you all. Amy was very proud of her kids. May God continues to bring you comfort and peace
    Keen and family.

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