“The quality of her life,
the quality of her love —
that is Amy’s legacy.”
Rev. James Nadeau,
St. Louis Catholic Church, Fort Kent, Maine.
Amy Theriault died unexpectedly and horribly on May 31, 2014 in St. Francis, Maine...
the victim of Domestic Assault.
She was born Sept. 19, 1982, in Fort Kent,
the beloved daughter of Ricky and Barbara (Savoy) Theriault of St. Francis.
She loved her children deeply...her two beloved daughters, Rikki Lynn Ouellette, and Taylor Mae Michaud were her pride and joy. Amy loved to spend time with her family; sisters Pam Dubois and Carrie Theriault, her brother-in-law Scott Dubois and nephews Ian and Gabriel and also her niece Karlee Jackson.
She will be remembered for her kind heart as a mother, daughter, sister, niece and friend. She truly enjoyed all that nature had to offer,
her favorite pastimes were fishing, hunting, camping and four wheeling.
Amy treated everyone with dignity, love and respect. She was a certified nurse's aid and med. tech, who worked for Forest Hill Manor for 14 years.
She was a very compassionate person who loved the people she worked for and with.
Amy's legacy will not be that of a victim, but of a loving and beautiful mother.
A daughter who loved her parents and sisters.
A laughing and loving spirit who enjoyed life and the world around her.
A caring young woman who worked to ease the suffering in the world.
It is to honor the loving spirit and compassion of Amy Theriault that we of the Wesget Sipu have chosen to name our tribal scholarship for her.
Amy Theriault Scholarship
To Honor A Woman of Love and Compassion