Rammel, Amy MAmy Marie Rammel, age 37, of Fox Glen Road in Fredonia died Monday, April 21, 2014 at Kathy Hospice in West Bend, WI after a five year battle with breast cancer.

She was born on April 22, 1976, daughter of Raymond and Elizabeth Bartz Roberts in Marquette, MI. Her family moved to Port Washington, WI where she attended local schools, graduating from Port Washington High School in 1995.

She became a Dental Assistant after graduating from Lakeland College in Sheboygan. She later became an X-ray Technician after studying at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC).

On January 28, 2004, Amy married Kevin A. Rammel of Port Washington on the Island of St. Lucia with family and friends. She had resided in Fredonia for many years and attended St. John Lutheran Church there.

Amy was a very busy mom who loved her family, her friends and her co-workers. She loved her job at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Milwaukee. She was friendly to all, had an infectious smile and shared happiness to those around her. Even through her treatments, she strived to get back to her family and work. She was an avid walker, enjoyed the outdoors through camping, hiking and touring on the motorcycle. She remained strong and fought to the end.

She is survived by her husband Kevin, daughters Paige and Taylor, her maternal grandparents Glen and Nelda Bartz of Port Washington, her parents Raymond and Elizabeth Roberts of Baileys Harbor, her sister Melissa “Missy” (Chris) Houck of Brevard, NC; her nephew Kaiden Houck, brothers-in-law Mike (Lisa) Rammel of Dayton, OH, Brian Rammel of Menomonee Falls and Paul (Stephanie) Rammel of Belgium, other relatives, co-workers and many friends.

Memorial Funeral Services to celebrate Amy’s Life will be at 6PM Saturday, April 26, 2014 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 824 Fredonia Avenue, Fredonia. Pastor Robert Zick will officiate. Family will receive friends from 2 – 6 PM Saturday before the service AT CHURCH. Memorials to the Rammel family are appreciated.



  1. I am so sorry Paige, Taylor and kevin she is looking down at you and seeing how much you girls have grown up.

  2. I remember her working in the hospital, such a beautiful girl with a happy smile. Although I didnt know her personally; Im so saddened for your family’s loss. Such a tragedy to loose someone so young. May peace be with her family and may the happy memories you created help you all through this very sad time. Prayers for your family

  3. Amy was an inspiration; a fighter. She will not be forgotten. Blessings to your family. Find peace in happy memories of this beautiful woman.

  4. I cannot imagine the pain you are going through. May family and friends help you get through this. Love, Rannah


    We are very sad for you’re loss there is no words i can express when you lose you,re child ,

    amy was such sweet girl always had a smile on her face.i’m glad we saw her at the benfit you had for her.she will always be in our hearts.

    victoria and jeff newell

  6. I am so sorry. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around each of you and give you peace and comfort now and in the days to come.

    Janey Mae

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

  8. May memories bring you comfort and keep Amy close in heart.
    Thinking of you with Sincerest Sympathy

  9. This is hitting too close to home. I am so sorry for your loss. I have not seen Amy in a long time, however, knew what was going on. I prayed very hard for Amy and Family. I can only hope that strength, courage, love and prayer helped her get to where she is now. Many prayers continue to come your way.

  10. Liz & Family,
    So very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. Our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family for your loss.

  11. Amy was such an inspiration. We battled breast cancer at the same time and I’m so sorry that she’s lost her fight. You’ll be forever loved Amy and missed beyond compare. Rest in peace sweetpea.

  12. So sorry for your loss Liz I will keep your family in my prayers

  13. Rammel/Roberts family, we send out our deepest sympathy’s to you all. Amy is the strongest woman I have ever met, and I am so blessed to call her my best friend. I already miss you so very much!

  14. The Roberts/Rammel Family,
    Our deepest sympathy to all at this difficult time. Sending prayers for your family…..

  15. Dear Rammel & Roberts Family,

    We send our deepest sympathies, thoughts, prayers & love to you all during this truly difficult and painful time. Amy was such an amazing, loving & kind person and an inspiration to us all. She will be dearly missed, but never forgotten.

  16. Our hearts ache for Amy’s family. We cannot imagine your loss but would like to express our deepest sympathies to all of the family. Amy’s spirit is not gone and she will never be forgotten.

  17. Liz and Family,
    My deepest sympathy is with all of you at this most difficult time.

  18. Was wondering how she was doing. Helped with, and attended the benefit at Bic’s. Hits close to home. Lost to many lately, far too soon..

  19. Amy was a warrior and showed us what strength and dignity truely are. She was a gentle soul and will be dearly missed. My deepest condelences for the family on a such a painful loss!

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