Amanda ‘Mandy’ Renee Meza

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  Amanda “Mandy” Renee Meza passed away on Friday, Aug. 6, 2021 at her home. She was born in Tucson, AZ on April 13, 1982 to Tony and Shirley Meza.

  She spent a lot of her childhood in California, Arizona, and Nevada. She lived a very adventurous and spontaneous life. As a child Mandy discovered the beauty of laughter and quickly discovered that she had a way of making others around her laugh. Her laugh was infectious and would fill the room. She loved music and dancing, food and fun.

  She loved life and all of the surprises that came with it, but most of all she loved her family and friends. Her proudest moment was becoming a mother to her two handsome sons. They have always been her pride and joy.

  Mandy was a strong individual both physically and mentally. She was a fighter; she fought hard throughout her entire life and never gave up. She was truly a testament to strength.

  Mandy is survived by her sons, Kaiden Meza and David Moody; her father, Tony (Ramona) Meza; her mother, Shirley Meza; her half-brothers, Steve Nichols, Jerry McCloud, and Tony Meza Jr.; her half-sisters, Monica (Jose) Zuniga and Jessica Meza; and many aunts and uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. She will be missed dearly.

  Family suggests donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

  Services were held Sunday, Aug. 15 at Lamont Mortuary Chapel.

  Interment of ashes will be held privately.

  Assisting the family is Lamont Mortuary of Globe.

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