Amy Lourdes Brown Bustamante, Age 22 was suddenly and tragically taken from us on Sunday, June 26, 2022 but we know she was reunited with our mother exactly one year and one day after losing our mom. Amy was called by her family and friends Sherok Bustamante. Loving Daughter of the late Laura Bustamante. Dearest sister of: Megan Bustamante, Melony Bustamante, Sarah Bustamante, Michael Brown and Mauro Flores. Cherished Tia of: Anthony Valdez, Mya Bustamante, Ethan Rufino, Elizabeth Rufino, Mason Brown, Julie Sanchez, Shawn Michael Chapman and Melody Chapman
Amy was a strong free spirit who knew who she was at a young age. Amy loved to draw, cook, dance and make others laugh. Amy loved spending time with family and friends.Amy had lots of faith. Amy even had it tattooed on her wrist along with a cross on her finger We know Amy is up in heaven laughing, dancing with the Angels. Our special memories we will always remember Amy’s fun outgoing personality. We will always cherish her dressing up as Santa for her nieces and nephews for Christmas the best Santa ever!
Visitation: Monday July 11, 2022 at St. Pius V. Church, 1909 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago from 3:00 p.m. till 8:00 p.m. Funeral Service: Tuesday, July 12, 2022, Celebration of Life Mass 10:00 a.m. at St. Pius V Church, 1909 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago. Burial at St. Mary Cemetery, 87th and Hamlin Ave., Evergreen Park.
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My dearest little Amy 🌈 such a sweet and goofey young lady. Little Sisters (Melony, Sarah, & Megan) nothing I can say will heal or fill this void, but your Momma raised some tough women & Amy always made sure you girls laughed & enjoyed life. I love you girls!
I am very sorry for the great loss your family is going through! I’m praying for your comfort and strength
Maria Romero Costello
I am so sorry for the tremendous lost of another beautiful soul from your family. Amy was a sweet and beloved sister, aunt, daughter, and friend to many. To know her was incredibly amazing, for she had a infectious smile and laughter that would win your hearts with minutes of meeting her. I know you girls with her so much but know that to be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord. She is rejoicing with Jesus and your mother Laura , who also was a friend to the end to those she loved. Laura raised some strong and fearless women, you will get through this. May God comfort you all during this difficult time.