Abbie Rose (Shumaker) Amos

Born: Sat., Oct. 10, 1925
Died: Wed., Nov. 7, 2012


Visitation

2:30 PM to 4:30 PM, Sat., Nov. 10, 2012
Location: Scio Presbyterian Church


Memorial Service

4:30 PM Sat., Nov. 10, 2012
Location: Scio Presbyterian Church


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Abbie Rose Shumaker Amos, October 10, 1925 – November 7, 2012. After a courageous battle, Abbie passed away peacefully at The University of Pittsburgh Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Abbie was born and raised in Scio, Ohio, graduated from Scio High School, attended the University of Pittsburgh and graduated from the University of Steubenville in Elementary Education. A Master’s in Education from the University of Dayton completed her educational journey. She was an exemplary, honored and retired elementary teacher who dedicated her life to encouraging young children to read and excel.

Abbie was one of two children born to the late Edward David Shumaker, D.D.S. and his wife Emily Shumaker.  She was preceded in death by her beloved husband Robert W. Amos of Scio, OH and son Edward S. Amos (Carol), D.D.S. of Upper Arlington, OH.  Abbie will forever be remembered by her devoted son Marsh Amos of Scio, OH; loving daughter Abbie Ann Amos of Upper Arlington OH; loving son R. Clark (Carol) Amos of Ladue, MO; loving brother E. D. Shumaker, Jr. of Scio, OH and grandchildren Russell (Jenny) Golowin and Bradley Golowin of Upper Arlington, OH; Ashley (John) Clennan of Hinsdale, IL, Preston (Mayo) Amos of St. Louis, MO; Matt (Lauren) Amos of Cincinnati, OH. and Elliott Amos of Columbus, OH. along with eight great-grandchildren and countless other friends and family.

Abbie touched the lives of so many people with her genuine smile, her passion for inspiring young children and her willingness to dedicate her life to teaching.  She loved Scio and enjoyed spending her entire life raising her family at Abbieville Farm and especially loved all her cats and dogs. She treasured fond memories of her friends - her trips to Hilton Head, making pies for the Scio Street Fair and spending time with her Altrurian Club members. She was a cherished member of the Scio community and will be missed by many.

Friends and family are invited to calling hours on Saturday, November 10 from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm at the Scio Presbyterian Church, Eastport St, Scio, OH 43988. A memorial service will immediately follow calling hours with Rev. Jack Visser, officiating.   Arrangements entrusted to Borkoski Funeral Home, 555 East Market Street, Cadiz, Ohio.  Offer online condolences to the family at www.borkoskifuneral.com

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George, Delores and Debbie Linard
   Posted Thu November 08, 2012
Our deepest sympathy and prayers of comfort we offer up to your family.

Our Loving Creator, Jehova God, has promised to soon " swallow up death forever - and wipe the tears from all eyes " Isaiah 25:8

Caleb Michael Soptelean
   Posted Thu November 08, 2012
I have pleasant and fond memories of Abbie teaching me as a first-grader. Her devotion and love for children will live on in the lives of those she impacted.

Bob & Corky Stonebraker
   Posted Thu November 08, 2012
Abbie touched the lives of many children and adults. She had a way of making you feel like you were the most important person on earth while in her presence. We were blessed to have known her. Our sympathy to her family.

Donald Moore
   Posted Fri November 09, 2012
You have my deepest sympathy in this time of sadness. Abbie was my 4th grade teacher. I will never forget that time in my life of learning. Thanks for teaching me!...........may you R.I.P. Donald

Dana (Bartimus) Stillwagon
   Posted Sat November 10, 2012
Mrs. Amos was my first grade teacher. I was scared to death of her at first, but she ended up being one of my favorite teachers of all time (along with her brother, E.D. Shumaker). Someone once told me that Abbie Amos could "teach a rock to read," and that person was absolutely correct. She had so much compassion for all her students, well into their adult years. I will miss her greatly.

Carl Erwin
   Posted Sat November 10, 2012
Abbie was my school teacher, as well as my daughters teacher. Her and her family will always be remembered for there friendship to others as neighbors and friends. My family want to offer our sympathy to the family in this time of sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Bob and Sandy Yeske Family
   Posted Mon November 12, 2012
Abbie was such a inspiration to all of us. Veronica loved reading for her in class and I still have a picture she took of the Veronica and Josh in my home. We will miss her very much.

Clara Joyce
   Posted Tue November 13, 2012
Abbie was a wonderful teacher.
I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
With sympathy,
Clara

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