Amanda Kristine Cepeda-Duque (Galvez), age 21 of Seffner Fl Passed away Saturday, May 26th of 2018 in Dover Fl
She was born August 27th, 1996, in Brandon Fl. Daughter of Ana Laura Cortez-Tellez and Vincente Galvez, she married to Juan Cepeda-Duque on February 14th, 2014.
Amanda attended Simmons high school for her CNA and was on the verge to continue her studies for a degree. As an active pre-K PTA member at Dover elementary school. Amanda was well known due to her volunteering and participation at FSHA conferences and training. She was also an employee at Driscoll’s as an associate on the receiving team.
Amanda was a warm-hearted person so helpful to everyone. She was a daughter, sister, friend, wife, incredible aunt but above all an amazing mother of 3. She was always so full of joy and lots of positive energy who always just wanted to have a good time and enjoy the moment she was in with everyone around. Her smile would light up anyone’s world, she was known as a woman with a heart of gold, giving and never expecting anything in return. Her kids, nieces, and nephews were her life and passion. Family and friends meant the world to her. She truly is irreplaceable and adored by many.
Amanda is survived and will always be loved by husband Juan, Children Xavier Daniel, Novalee Rannae and Nostalgia Esmerie. She will also be carried in the hearts of brother Jeremy Galvez, sisters Dawn, Vanessa (Frank), Arlette and Esmeralda along with many others. “Ella nos deja con pedaso de su Corazon”
If you would like to make any donations to help us in this time of need for our loved one feel free to contact Flora Galvez 813.359.7777 or there will be a contribution box at the funeral home on the days of service. Thank you to any and all that have been there to support our family in this challenging time no matter how big or small every contribution is appreciated.
Thursday, May 31, 2018
5 – 7 PM
Brandon Cremation & Funeral Services
621 N Parsons Avenue
Brandon, FL 33510Get Directions
She really was always full of smiles and happiness. I still remember her and it fills me with pain. She truly was a great woman.
Amanda was a very caring and dependable individual. She was always ready to take charge of the day regardless of the circumstances with her smile. She will be greatly missed by her Driscoll’s family.
Amanda and I met at Simmons we were in the CNA program together and she was such a great friend and always ready to help . We were both involved with HOSA so we spent a lot of time together during that time . Amanda’s laugh was (CONTAGIOUS)I remember when she was pregnant with Novalee she was so happy and ready to be a mom. I’m so glad I got to know her , but so sad that we both were too busy to get back together and reminisce on the great times we had. I’m really at a lost for words because she was an amazing mother and I don’t understand why this had to happen. Rest peacefully , see ya soon .