Amy Sweetland

Amy Jennifer Sweetland

Tuesday, May 15th, 1962 - Thursday, April 30th, 2020
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Amy Jennifer (Simonds) Sweetland, 57, passed away on April 30, 2020 at her home in Meredith, NH surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Scott Sweetland for 38 years.

Born in Melrose, MA, daughter of A. Daniel and Nancy Simonds, she grew up in North Reading, MA.

Amy graduated from North Reading High School, and attended Rhode Island College, as well as Middlesex Community College. She was the mother of three wonderful children, whom she and her husband Scott raised in Merrimack, NH, where they lived for 28 years prior to moving to their Lake home in Meredith in 2012.
She is survived by her husband Scott Sweetland, her son Adam Sweetland and wife Kate Kosewski, daughter Lauren Thompson, daughter Allison Sweetland and her partner Mackenzie Kellogg, four grandchildren, Elijah Thompson, Anna Sweetland, Bria Sweetland and Russell Sweetland. She is also survived by her two brothers, Daniel Simonds and wife Lucy Simonds, and Peter Simonds and his wife Diane Simonds.

She was a member of New Hampton Community Church for the past 8 years, and of First Baptist Church of Nashua for 28 years where she was known for her beautiful voice, singing in the choir and for bringing tears to people’s eyes as a soloist. Amy was an avid reader, loved days at the beach or out on the boat with her family, loved traveling especially to her happy place at Walt Disney World, where she visited over 40 times during her 17-year cancer journey. Her favorite thing to do was to spend time with her children and grandchildren. Amy was admired for her smile that could light up a room even as she fought cancer with such grace and courage.

A celebration of life will follow at a later date to be announced (once large gatherings are permitted in NH) at New Hampton Community Church, New Hampton, NH.
Memorial donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Amy Sweetland Leiomyosarcoma Research fund at or to LMSdr, PO Box 52697, Tulsa, OK 74152.
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    Oakland Cemetery
    Meredith Center Road
    Meredith, NH 03253
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Private Condolence

Lisa Ferretti

Posted at 03:59pm
My heart goes out to all of you. May her memory be a blessing.
Lisa Ferretti

George and Karla Black

Posted at 02:32pm
Keeping you and your family in our prayers, with heartfelt condolences.
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Andy Miller

Posted at 03:00pm
So sorry to read of Amy's passing.I remember her from my days as a letter carrier in No. Reading.A sweet person from a wonderful family.RIP Amy.

Scott Asmus

Posted at 09:17am
My condolences to the Sweetland family. Work with Scott and he is the salt of the earth and heard the same of Amy. So sorry for your loss.

Winnie & Rich Cosgro

Posted at 10:51pm
Scott, So sorry to hear about Amy's passing; what a long battle she fought. She was a beautiful person and is now in God's hands. Cherish the memories and know that you and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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