Condolences for Amy Kathleen Klink Bland

Linda Bradford posted on 10/20/20

Jim, this is Linda Cross again. I just saw that my email wouldn't be posted.


Linda Bradford posted on 10/20/20

Jim, my name is Linda Cross and Amy was my best friend in high school. I have been looking for her for years on line and even spoke to Longwood. They suggested I write a letter and they would forward to her. I did, but never heard back. I just found her obituary over the weekend and I am so heartbroken. I so wanted to meet up with her again but just couldn't find her. If you are up to it, I would love to talk to you about her. I have missed her for so many years. Please send me an email and I will forward my phone number. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful, free spirit person and had a heart of gold.


Linda L. Lane RN posted on 3/18/20

I worked at ESH when Amy was there. What an asset she was to her patients and the facility. My Deepest Sympathy to Amy's family.


Kim Bevan posted on 3/13/20

Prayers continue for the Bland and Klink Family. XO


Linda Leidy posted on 3/12/20

Jim, so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts


jlumley posted on 3/11/20

Amy will never know the impact she had on my sister life. Amy treated her like she was part of her family. I know my sister will miss her support and kindness. Rest easy Amy, you were one of a kind.


Alexis Littleton posted on 3/11/20

Amy... Where do I start... you will forever be missed in this lifetime but I find peace knowing we will meet again someday! I will forever be grateful for knowing you and the positive influence you had on my life. You taught me the ropes here at CBH and were always willing to provide me with lesson to learn and carry with me both in life and professionally. I will miss your jokes and your witty personality. Things won’t be the same with you gone. To your family I pray they find peace and knowing that they too shall see you again in afterlife. I celebrate you Ms. Amy and will carry your memory with me forever and always.


Maureen Price posted on 3/11/20

I have had the pleasure of working with collaboratively with Amy for over 5 years. She has always been a professional and such a caring person. I will miss her greatly. Please know your family is in my prayers and heart as you move forward without her.


Mary E Russell-Harris posted on 3/11/20

Jim I so sorry for the loss of your Amy. She was such a bright, beautiful, caring person and awesome Social Worker. Working with Amy was such a pleasure. Praying for you and your family during this sadness. MaryElaine


Lisa Gibson posted on 3/11/20

Jim and family, please know that my heart and prayers are with all of you. I had the pleasure of working with Amy for several years and I will never forget her beautiful smile, sense of humor and complete kindness for others. She always made you feel special when she stopped by the office to schedule an appointment or check on a client. She always had a story to tell, a joke or some small token to let you know that she was thinking of you and appreciated you. My heart is sad that I will never get to hear that infectious laugh again. Amy was loved by so many and will be greatly missed. May the memories you shared be etched into your hearts forever and bring you the greatest joy. With heartfelt sympathy, Lisa


Beth Trivett posted on 3/10/20

Where to begin...? Saying “Farewell” to a trusted and loving friend with whom there are far too many memories to share in this venue, this is a truly daunting endeavor.... I can see your infectious SMILE now as I attempt to share! We’ve certainly shared life’s ups and downs my friend... I will CHERISH the memories of our countless laughs, our heartfelt child-rearing decision-making conversations, our ‘neighborly waves’ as our boats passed on the river, our driveway chats, our ((Hugs)) and tears during the deepest heartbreaks, our crazy rides to the boys’ away baseball games, the morning waves as you returned from Mass, our Salsa Dance Lessons (Bucket List ✅), LOL! I could go on... I have missed you since your departure from our neighborhood, but the knowledge that I’ll no longer have an impromptu ‘parking lot chat’ (that lasts for hours), is tearing at my heartstrings... Rest WELL, GOOD and FAITHFUL Sister! I regret I am currently in Alaska and will not be home to share more stories and condolences... Ryan, Beth, Bettie, Don and Jim... my sincere prayers and Love ❤️ are with you...


Virginia proffitt posted on 3/10/20

Jim and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Amy was such a bright light with a beautiful smile. God bless and prayers for all. Virginia proffitt


Arlys Cecconi posted on 3/10/20

Oh, Amy, this makes me so sad. It was a privilege to have worked with you for so many years. You were always so kind to me and all of your clients. I still have many of the cards you would often drop off at my desk. I always loved when you would share photos and stories of your grand babies. You really lit up when you spoke of them! Your sense of humor lifted my spirits many days and I will always remember you with a lot of love. May you rest in paradise, my friend. Your loss is shared by so many.


Candace posted on 3/10/20

Amy I will forever remember your genuine smile and sense of humor. The stories and jokes you would share makes my heart smile and I will never forget you. My deepest condolences to the family. I am Praying comfort and strength to you all. Sincerely Candace or as Amy used to call me "Traveling Trouble".


Staci Young posted on 3/10/20

I am so sorry for your loss, words cannot express the change she brought to the world. Prayers of comfort as you mourn and adjust.


Angie Martin posted on 3/10/20

Jim & family, I am so sorry for your great loss. I worked with Amy and loved her kind spirit. May she rest in the arms of the Lord. Jim if you ever need anyone to talk to please don't hesitate to get in touch. Love & Blessings, Angie & Leslie Martin



Sandy Kochersperger posted on 3/10/20

My deepest condolences to Jim and family. Amy was a beautiful lady and will be greatly missed.


Vicki Brady posted on 3/10/20

I worked with Amy at Eastern State Hospital many years ago. She was a kind person who cared for her cliends. My sincere condolences to Jim and the family. May you rest in peace Amy.


BRENDA M. DIXON posted on 3/10/20

I will miss your beautiful smile and caring heart. You always put the patient first.


Melissa Jones posted on 3/10/20

Such a kind and dedicated lady. She had a huge heart for her clients. She will be missed.



Danielle Harris posted on 3/9/20

I will forever cherish our morning talks. Your sense of humor and laugh always brightened my day. You were always thoughtful and kind, thank you for that. Your gifts will be cherished, even the ice cream cone bandaids you gave to my boys. I will miss seeing your socks and hearing your hysterical stories. You gave me the warmest welcome when I met you and i know you did the same for whomever you met. You have gone too soon and my heart broke.


Nikki Crayton posted on 3/9/20

Amy was an amazing person. She cared so much about her family and her clients. She was so much fun to be around and will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace my friend.


Vann posted on 3/9/20

Amy, I have missed our morning chats. Rest In Peace.


Robin Cheers posted on 3/9/20

I will never forget your fiery wit and ability to laugh at or about anything. You always had great shock value in the things you would say, I always admired that quality. Redheads forever!



Belinda posted on 3/9/20

Amy will truly be missed. Her love, dedication and hope to the clients she provided services to all of these years will always be remembered. Her sense of humor, laughter and smile will also be missed by all of her peers/friends. May you rest well my friend and hopes that your family is comforted by your many acts of kindness and overall love for others!



Elizabeth Erfe-Howard posted on 3/9/20

I will forever remember your beautiful smile Amy and your deep passion for the consumers you served. I hope you have finally found peace.