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Amy Lou Pannell nee Woodard

Interment Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory
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Amy Lou Woodard Pannell passed away peacefully at home on January 23, 2021 after a battle with cancer. She leaves behind her loving husband of thirty-seven years, Robert Pannell, and her daughter and son-in-law, Ashley Pannell and David Keim.

Amy was born on January 3, 1960 in Knoxville, Tennessee to James Harris and Amy (McLeod) Woodard. She and Robert met at Roane State Community College and the two married and later welcomed daughter Ashley into their family. Amy enjoyed a lifelong love of gardening, traveling, photography, and reading that she passed on to her daughter. She was known and adored by friends and family for her vivacious spirit and for always being the first to lend a hand in a time of need. In 2007, Amy received the gift of life, a liver transplant, which allowed her to spend thirteen amazing years with her family and friends and was big influence on her attitude towards life.

Amy is also survived by her siblings, Dolores Oliver and her husband Gene; Diana Davis and her partner Roger White; Alexander Woodard, George Woodard, Margaret Tipton and her husband Jim; and sister-in-law Marlene Woodard. In addition, she leaves behind her husband’s family, Jeannie Pannell, Richard and LeeAnn Pannell, and Susan Pannell, and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and her brother, James Harris Woodard, II.

Due to the pandemic, a celebration of life service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to LifeCenter Organ Donor Network in honor of Amy’s memory.

https://lifepassiton.weshareonline.org/ws/opportunities/MemorialDonation.

Online condolences to: www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

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Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Address: 30 Commonwealth Avenue Erlanger, KY - Kentucky 41018
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Allen and Rhon Pannell

Bob, so sorry for your loss. I’m so glad you and Amy made such a wonderful life together. Rhon and I send our best.


Judy Pett/Comair

Amy was one of my favorite people. She had a wicked sense of humor, and made me laugh every time we worked together. She was one of a kind, and the world will be a sadder place without her. Rest In Peace,my dear friend, my condolences go out to your family.


Cheryl Bischoff Comair

Amy was one of a kind and I know for one I loved her. She had a way of telling you a story like no one else could tell it and could tell someone off without them even knowing it… I’m so sorry for your loss. This world will not be the same without her in it.


Jessica Lanius / Comair

I am so sorry to hear of Amy’s passing. Sending love and light to Bob and Ashley and the rest of her family and friends! She had a love for life that will not be forgotten. I talked with her a lot over the 10 years we worked together and she always lit up speaking of her husband and daughter. I will also always remember her courage when facing the need for a liver transplant and the moment she got the call about a match! Rest In Peace Amy!


My deepest condolence

I pray for her family to help them in there time of sorrow to help them though the pain. She will be very missed.


Comair coworker / Prayers for the family

I worked with Amy at Comair at the ticket counter and the gate. She always made me laugh and helped me so much when I had questions. She was such a joy to work with always so friendly. My prayers go out to her husband and daughter and the rest of the family. RIP Amy and thank you for all the laughs you will be missed-Krista Fry


Doug Gregg

Prayers for all of the family. Amy and Bob are old friends from back in the college days. So sad to see her leave so young.


Prayers

Prayers and love for the family, I work with Amy at Comair She was so feisty and sarcastic but so much fun to work with,you knew Any was in the concourse before you seen her,she always had a big Smile.


My Sympathy

I am so sorry to hear of Amy’s passing. I did not realize that she was battling cancer. I knew her from Comair, and she was a joy to work with. I loved her sense of humor! My condolences to her family and many friends…Paul Versteeg


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I had the pleasure of working with Amy for years at Comair. She was a kind and caring person who was liked by everyone. RIP sweet lady you will be missed. Prayers to your family and may god be with you always.


Miss you already

To the Pannell family, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Amy was loved by so many, she was a good soul and will be missed by all. I’m sure Amy is causing a lot of havoc in heaven , they all love her there to. She is so full of love for everyone, fly high beautiful lady, I hold a piece of you
In my heart forever, miss you so much Amy.
Bernice True


One of a kind

Amy, you were the first one i spoke to when we were thinking about building next to you. You came out and talked to me for about an hour. That sassy attitude would have scared some away. Not me, we would keep each other on our toes. You welcomed our family like we were your own. So many times just seeing each other outside and talking. Watching you do the gardening because I didnt want to. All the small things I remember. You were good for so many people. That sarcasm that I loved….it was like our secret code. Pam, Evan, Karly, and I will miss you more than words. I wont forget you but I will miss spraying you with the hose when you drive by. Only two really good friends could do that and laugh. Bob and Ashley, thank you for sharing your wife and mom with us. I will always have her tucked away in my heart. RIP Aim, love you. Bernie


Geneva and Rick Klemann

Bob, you and Ashley are in our prayers! I am so sorry !


Steve Helmke

Bob,

I extend to you my deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Steve


Barb Milar

Bob and Ashley It was a honor to have Amy as a friend. She had so much life in her and didn’t care what people thought of her and she helped me think better of myself. She will truly be missed.


Don and Kim Moehlman

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pannell family at this difficult time. We will remember Amy for her zany and funny personality. She will be missed.


Deepest Sympathy

Bob you and your Family are in my prayers I am so sorry for your loss.
Bill Galipeau


Lynn Orling -Co work at DHL

Amy You will be missed but never forgotten! I will miss your spunk personality and you loving ways of always trying to help others ! Dear you are truly one in a million fly high my dear friend


Chris Lynch

Amy you will be greatly missed. Praying for your family. I know you have already found Jan and are cutting up in heaven.