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Amy Lorraine Otto

01/19/1969 - 06/08/2021

Amy Lorraine Otto, age 52 of Apache Junction passed away on Tuesday June 8th, 2021. Amy spent the last couple of weeks being surrounded by love and family.

She was born on January 19th, 1969 at Williams Air Force Base, daughter of Fred and Anne Conway. Amy attended Mountain View High School graduation class of 1987.

Amy was known for her fun personality and free spirit.  She always offered a fun-loving environment for her kids and all their friends who loved to hang out at their house… everyone felt welcomed and part of the family. Amy was creative and crafty, making homemade gifts for family and friends was something she loved to do to make others feel special.  Amy had a talent for sandblasting, painting, and restoring old vehicles, not only was this her occupation, but something she loved and took great pride in. She was an avid rock’n’roll fan and enjoyed many concerts over the years. Amy was known for her big heart and love for her kids and grandkids, who fondly called her Mimi.

Amy is survived by her children Tyler (Sabrina) Otto, Teri Otto, Walker Otto, and Jesse Ashworth; grandchildren Mason and Autumn Otto; parents Fred and Anne Conway; sisters Kaci (Steve) McCracken, Missie (Bob Schultz) Conway; brother Ian (Sarah) Conway; nephews Zane and Gage McCracken, Alex Ausmus and Patrick Conway.

Per her request, no service will be held. Amy asked her children to spread her ashes across the Superstition Mountains, a place she and her children loved.

Amy will be greatly missed by all who loved her.

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  • She will be missed dearly

  • Karen Schnuelle

    Sending love and prayers for Amy’s family. The Conway’s were the first people we met when we moved to Mesa in 1986. I hold each and everyone of them close in my heart always. ❤️

  • Heather& Doug Wells

    We were so sorry to hear of Amy’s passing So glad we both doug& myself got the chance to know her! She definatley loved to get dirty out at the yard& loved to work on cars, a passion we shared, she worked very hard for sure! Condolenses to her Family, she will be missed💖

  • Your spirit is free fly high Amy you are finally at peace see u soon love ya my friend

  • Melissa Conway

    I love you Sissy… thank you for all the good times and wonderful memories. You are so missed <3 you will always be in my heart and on my mind.

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