Amy Sue Wells


March 19, 1974 - March 15, 2008



Amy Sue Wells was born March 19, 1974 at Sioux Falls, SD to Teresa (Wells) Deurmier. She attended school at Ft. Pierre then moved to White Lake. She graduated from White Lake High School in 1992 where she was on the Honor Roll, participated in basketball, track and was a cheerleader. She lived in Minnesota then moved to Dallas, TX where she did modeling. She returned to Minnesota where she was a student at Southwest State University in Marshall, MN.


She is survived by her son, Phoenix Orion Baldwin and his father, Cooper Baldwin of Surprise, AZ; her mother and step-father, Teresa and Douglas Deurmier of Mitchell; her father, Rodney Glissendorf of White Lake; one sister, Melissa Hillman and husband, Dustin of Mitchell; two brothers: Owen Glissendorf of White Lake and Derek Meagher of Rapid City; her grandparents, Alfred (Ike) and Eva Lou Wells and Inge Glissendorf of White Lake; special grandparents, Ron and Shirley Ackman of Mitchell; godparents, Debbie Ackman of Mitchell and Robert Ackman of Letcher; special friend, Matthew Eich of Eden Prairie, MN, and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Joyce Wells; her uncle, Michael Wells; great aunt and uncle, John and Dakota Wells and her great-grandparents.



Wednesday, March 19, 2008
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 W Havens
Mitchell, South Dakota


Thursday, March 20, 2008
10:00 AM
United Methodist Church
White Lake, South Dakota


Underwood Cemetery
White Lake, South Dakota

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Posted by K. Michael Rohde on August 19, 2011
Amy I love u always and if I had taken us down the right path and listened to you you would not only be with me and the girls still but with us all...this note frees me to see you helping me and watching over me daily. I love you where i cant love another...stay with me and guide me daily. you are the only one for me and im well on my way to seeing you again. you are precious and we were the best!
Posted by Katy Peters on June 2, 2010
Amy, I miss you. You left us all too young and that makes me so sad. You are wonderful and wherever you are I hope you are doing well. Love you friend!
Posted by Donald Craig Jurcik on April 11, 2008
Dear Amy, I know you left us much too soon, the tears in my eyes could fill the moon. I know you will read all of our thoughts and prayers, I wanna let you know that we all care. You have been a guest at my house, now you are a guest, in Gods house. Some other day when I pass away, you will have opened the door for me, to the Lord. Rest in Peace, and God Bless You. PS: Don't forget to look for Duke :)
Posted by Larry Young on April 1, 2008
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Amy's family and friends. I knew Amy for many years in Dallas. She was a happy, positive and precious influence on me and her many friends in Dallas. I am a better person for knowing her, she will be missed, but remembered as an angel in a field of sunflowers
Posted by Chris Davis on April 1, 2008
I knew Amy while she lived in Dallas. She was a great friend to all that knew her. She kept in touch over the years and always asked how my family was. She had a huge heart. She was so funny and I miss her. She must have a good family and my prayers are with them.
Posted by Travis D Hughes on March 23, 2008
I will never forget her wonderful sense of humor, her beautiful face and her friendship. Amy and I crossed paths several times in our lives and I always looked forward to seeing her again. She could make me laugh like few people could and we had some great adventures together. She will be missed but not forgotten. My prayers are with her family, rest in peace sweet girl.
Posted by Gary and Connie Wolbrink on March 19, 2008
Teresa, Ike, Evalou, John, Deb and all- Our condolences to all of you and your families. Our hearts and prayers go out to your families.
Posted by Linda Cruce on March 19, 2008
Teresa, Ike and families...Even tho' it has been 20 plus years since the last contact with your family, we were saddened to read of Amy's death. Our memories of Amy are of a beautiful, vibrant, energetic little girl loved by her family. We are so sorry, accept our condolences. Linda Cruce, Tiffany, Nicholas (Sioux Falls)
Posted by Katina(Dethlefsen)Keultjes on March 19, 2008
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Amy. She was a very beautiful, funloving, and spunky girl. We had so many fun times together in school when she attended in White Lake. She was a dear friend to me and I will miss her deeply. Heaven has truly received a precious angel.
Posted by Karen (Glissendorf) Bravek on March 19, 2008
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
Posted by Jen (Schilling) Carter on March 19, 2008
I am so sorry to hear of Amy's passing. I was a good friend of hers when she attended school in Ft. Pierre. She was a great person that always had a smile on her face! She will be missed!
Posted by Kathy Falk Styles on March 19, 2008
I am sorry to hear of Amy's death. Having gone to WL school with her there are lots of memories of her. She was such a fun adative to our class.
Posted by Rachel Westlake-Kotilinek on March 19, 2008
I am so sorry to hear about Amy's passing. I have fond memories of her when she stayed with us. We always had so much fun together & was always excited when we knew she was coming over. We (Rachel, Rita, Renee, & Mark) want to extend our condolences to the family. You are in our thoughts & prayers. Love the Westlakes
Posted by Bonnie McQueen Dowling on March 18, 2008
I want to extend my condolences to all of the family. I have fond memories of Amy when we attended elementary school together. She was such a pretty girl and I remember getting along with her so well. She always had such a big smile. I am keeping you all in prayer during this troublesome time.
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