Amy was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on July 30, 1983, to Karen Israel and James Sult. Growing up in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Amy loved her church family and was actively involved in church. She led Praise and Worship for youth group and took several missionary trips to Mexico and Los Angeles to help the needy and share Jesus.
Amy had many loves, including Lake Tenkiller, float trips down the Illinois River, traveling and hanging out with friends and helping others.
A graduate of Tahlequah High School, she attended Northeastern State University for two years then proceeded with her career. Amy loved working with people. In 2016, she began working in her dream job for Kelly Malloy at The Inline Group, which was to facilitate the relationship between medical professionals and medical facilities. They became her Texas family, and she loved them all dearly. They cared for her as their own.
Amy loved everyone. She was positive, loyal and in one word, she was LOVE. She showed love and believed love was the most important gift she could give to others.
She passed away at her mother’s home in Norman on August 25, 2019, after battling Stage IV cancer for the last year and a half. Surrounded by her family and friends, she went to be with her Lord in peace.
Amy is survived by her mother, Karen Israel; her father, James Sult; her brother, Zach Israel; several cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles, as well as many precious friends.
She asked to be cremated, and that her mother and brother would take a trip in her honor to all her favorite places to spread her ashes.
We know her light shines on and is now full of joy, peace and happiness.
The family would like to express sincere appreciation for the loving care she received from LifeSpring Hospice.
A Celebration of Amy's Life will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, August 30, 2019, at Havenbrook Funeral Home in Norman.