Amy Latimer Black

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Amy Latimer Black went to be with the Lord on Monday, April 25, 2022.

Amy was born on November 27, 1962, in Paris, Texas to Glen and Judy Latimer.

She is survived by one son, Sterling Latimer of Houston, Texas, and her father, Glen Latimer of Fort Worth, Texas; three sisters, Eydie Marrone of Houston, Texas, Deena Brown of Mississippi, and Mia Latimer of Fort Worth, Texas; three nieces, Emily Sykes, Ashley McDonald, and Rachel Brown; three nephews, Travis Brown, Devine Boone and Jacob Anaya; one great-niece, Aubrey Brown.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Judy Latimer.

Amy lived in Texas throughout her life, attending Killeen High School and later University of Mary Hardin Baylor.

As a young girl, Amy had a passion for wanting to see the world, which led her to be a flight attendant for Continental Airlines, later United Airlines.  She retired in 2020 after 30 years of service.

She had a kind, giving heart and loved helping others.  After having breast cancer, Amy continually gave to that cause, as well as other causes that were dear to her heart.

A Memorial Service is being held at 1pm on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, at Second Baptist Church, North Campus, where she was a member for many years.

Service Information

1 PM, May 3, 2022 at Second Baptist North Campus, Kingwood, Texas.

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3 replies on “Amy Latimer Black”

Annie Gordon says:

Amy was a light to all who knew her!! I always had so much fun flying with her for many years with many of our trips to and from Trinidad!! The news of her passing breaks my heart. Sterling, you were her world. Find comfort in fond memories. She loved you with all her being!! I’m so sorry she left this earth too soon. She was a fighter and a friend!! Heaven has gained a very special Angel.

Joy Lahaye says:

Soo sorry for your family’s loss! Amy was a kind, fun , cheerful person! She was a joy to fly with! May the perpetual light of Heaven shine upon her soul 🙏 My deepest sympathies!

Dr. Tracy A. Jones says:

Amy: I remember when I first met you way back in 1994 on a 3 day trip on the DC 9. We bonded because we are both Nazarene PK’s (Preacher’s Kids). You generated warmth and love and were one of my favorite people at my Alma Mater Continental Airlines. I’ll see you in heaven. Bye for now Amy.

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