Amy L Pulaski

March 29, 1977January 21, 2020

Amy Lynn Pulaski, age 42, passed away Tuesday January 21, 2020. She is survived by 2 sons, Elijah and Tyrese, her mother and father, Avis Ann &Joe Pulaski, also her brother Jason Pulaski& his wife Denise and their two children Jason and Britni, who two children Ryker and Everlee, Amy's grandmother Ella Pulaski. Some of Amy's passions included basketball and football. Especially, when watching the local players that went on to play collegiate and professionally. Amy worked for Aetna Insurance for almost 10 years. Funeral services will be from 10 am to 11:30 am followed by internment @ Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Cancer Society.


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    Saturday, January 25, 2020


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Britni Pulaski Oberlin

January 31, 2020

Aunt Amy, I love you so much and it still doesn't feel real that you're gone. I'm going to miss your laugh, your jokes, and so much more. I can't wait to share stories with Ryker and Everlee about you.

Ryker, Everlee, and myself love you so much. Rest easy my sweet angel!


January 25, 2020

Amy was a very loving friend to my family in PA. She was like one of out family. We would sit together and chat and laugh. She was a generous and kind woman. She will be missed by us all. Sore like an eagle and rest in peace, until we meet again, my friend.

Barbara Lizana Virginia Beach

January 24, 2020

Dearest Avis, Joe, and Family. My heart is broken for you and there is nothing I can really say other than I am sorry and will be praying for you. I did not have the honor of personally knowing Amy, but I was sent photos when she and her brother were so very young and happy. I thank God for the time you had together. At the end all any of us ever have is the love we gave and received. Amy was love.

Barbara A. Lizana, OFS
Virginia Beach, VA

Danielle Rouscher York

January 24, 2020

I worked with Amy at Aetna, she always made each work day a little easier. I will never forget going to her cubicle to get a good laugh for the day or bend her ear for life advice or talk about every day life. She had a personality like no other on this earth. She was always ready to make you smile or laugh with her. She was a joy to know as a friend and coworker. I know she loved her sons beyond words and she talked often to me how she would do anything in her power to take care of them and make sure they had the best life she could give them. Prayers to her entire family. Gone too soon but never forgotten. You will be missed by many Amy. Until we meet again one day. RIP

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