Amy Most, 45 - April 14, 2014Amy Lynn (Cramer) Most, 45, of Brady passed away Monday, April 14, 2014, in Brady at her home after a seven-year battle with brain cancer.
Services will take place at the Brady High School on Saturday, April 19, at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be conducted at the Brady Cemetery.
A visitation will be at the Brady High School on Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Most was born to Edward Ray Cramer and Darla (Denish) Cramer at Quincy, IL, on Aug. 9, 1968.
Her first 13 years were spent at Northeast, MO. At age 13, her family moved to Papillion where she graduated from Papillion High School. She then attended Grace Bible College for two years.
On June 25, 1988, she was married to her best friend, Nathaniel Kent Most at the First Baptist Church of Papillion by the Rev. Curt Holzworth.
Most attended Iowa Western College one more year before she and her husband moved to the Grand Lake, CO, area where her husband engaged in building custom log homes with two of his brothers, and she worked for the town of Grand Lake until the birth of their first child, which was followed by four more children.
In 2006, the family moved to Brady to operate the M4:2 Ranch (Malachi 4:2 NIV) with her husband’s brother, Eric.
?While Most was primarily a homemaker, wife and mother, she was actively involved in her churches and held various part-time jobs including a position at Brady Public School.
?She was known for her singing voice, sweet spirit and loving presence, according to family members. She enjoyed scrap-booking and also joined the rest of her family in enthusiastically supporting the Brady Eagles sports teams and band.
Most was preceded in death by: her child, Mitchell; an uncle, Edwin Lee Denish; both sets of grandparents; sister-in-law, Karlynda Most.
Survivors include: her husband, Nate; her children—Micah, Valerie, Joya and Lukan; her parents, step-parents and parents-in-law; a sister and brother-in-law; six Most brothers-in-law and one Most sister-in-law; extended family members.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Inheritance of Hope, P.O. Box 90, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768.
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