This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Amber Cones who was born in Mesa, Arizona, on January 04, 1981 and passed away on April 10, 2000 at the age of 19. We will remember her forever.
8 Years / Terra Tanner (Sister)
It is so hard to believe that it has really been eight years since you left. I can't believe it! So much has happened and I wish I could have had you here to share some really special moments. I am glad for the time that I did have with you and th...
Finally! / Terra Tanner (Sister)
I finally put pictures on your site today! It is hard to believe that you have been gone almost eight years now. As I went through the pictures, it was hard to accept that you are not here to share these moments. I know your spirit ...
Christmas Time / Terra Tanner (Sister)
Hey Amber, I was just thinking about Christmas when we were younger. I remember one year that you and mom surprised us-or me at least-with homemade stockings. That has always been my favorite thing about Christmas. I think it w...
Amber has little Philip by her side / Mary Ellen Oelke (aunt)
Although I never met you in person your family has shared many pictures and memories of you. I'm sure you're an angel in heaven and my son Philip who was five when the Lord called him is a little angel right by your side. Our fa...
Her Legacy What She Left Behind When someone passes away it is never easy. We tend to think about what they will no longer be here to witness instead of what gifts, talents and memories they gave us. With you it was no different, we will all miss you forever, but you did leave some important things behind for us. Amber, you showed us that life was short and that we should enjoy every minute that we are blessed with. You were always one who wanted to have fun and explore the world in which you lived. You were a person who could get along with just about anyone. You had friends in a lot of different clicks at school. You hung out with everyone. You did not really judge people, but rather let them be who they were and tried to accept them. A lot can be learned from your example. You were a wonderful artist. You doodled on everything from candy wrappers to sketch books. You could draw just about anything. Some of your art work has been passed on in the family. This just seemed to come so simple to you. You saw the world different than most of us and portrayed that in your art. Your happy, joyful personality will be missed by all those that were touched by you. We will always remember you and treasure the times that we did share.