Amy English, 54

On August 20th 2018, beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and sister Amy (Hildreth) English left us in this life and traveled on to her next.
Amy was born in San Diego where she grew up attending Chargers games with her father. Later in life she continued this tradition with her daughters and husband, Richard English. She was as fiercely loyal to her team as she was to her family and friends.
Amy had an enormous heart and loved all things, big and small. She was an animal lover who was always searching for her next rescue. Poisonous snakes, three-legged dogs, and kittens stuck in trees were all graced by her compassion and love.
She was also an avid reader and was ecstatic when she and Richard purchased their dream home in Katy, Texas which featured the library she’d always dreamed of owning. Included in her vast collection of books, A Song of Ice and Fire; the anthology which she had read dozens of times and would happily remind you was far “superior to Game of Thrones,” the made-for-TV version of the series.
Amy is now reunited with her father and grandparents but leaves behind many others who are grateful for the time they were able to share with her. Included in that grateful group are her mother Anita Hildreth; brothers, Scott and Matt Hildreth; her loving husband Richard; daughters, Amy Egan-Cute, Kayleigh Wilson, Talli Wilson, Shelli Foust, Krista George, Whitney Horn; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one grandpug; and countless other friends and family.
“We come from energy and turn back in to energy. We are all matter for only a very short time; make sure that when you are matter, you matter.”
Amy mattered to so many and will matter forever.
We would like to welcome anyone who loved Amy to her Celebration of Life at 5 p.m. at 14210 E. Lakeview Dr., Wichita,  this Saturday Aug. 25, 2018,  to share some drinks, stories, and good times.  
In lieu of flowers, we believe Amy would rather everyone just to do something nice for someone today, so get out there and pay it forward in memory of her.