Amy Sadler

Amy Sadler of St. George Utah died November 19, 2020.  She was born September 29, 1981 and grew up in New Bern, North Carolina.   Amy was a graduate of New Bern High School. She received degrees from Lenoir Community College, Craven Community College and Mount Olive University and was a Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT).  Amy enjoyed cooking, maintained an extensive cookbook library and excelled in the art of organization.

She is survived by her mother, Colleen Schwerin Sadler of St. George, Utah and her grandmother, Doris Sadler Forrest of Vanceboro, North Carolina.  She was preceded in death by her father, William Craig Sadler of New Bern, North Carolina, grandmother, Amanda Fillingame Schwerin of New Bern, North Carolina, and grandfather, Clem Manley Sadler of Vanceboro, North Carolina and grandfather, Phillip Henry Schwerin of Fort Mill, South Carolina.

There will not be any services and interment will take place in Greenleaf Cemetery in New Bern, North Carolina later.  Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff Street, St. George Utah   (435)673-2454.  Friends and family are invited to sign Amy’s online guestbook at






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10 Responses

  1. We will always love you Amy and will miss your sweet cards and words of encouragement.
    You fought a great fight and the Lord was ready to bring you home. What a grand reunion you must be having.
    We will see you on the other side someday so save us a great space.
    Uncle John and Aunt Cynthia

  2. Colleen, we are so sorry to hear about Amy. We didn’t know Amy, but we know you and that she had to be very special to you. Please accept our deepest condolences.

  3. Amy was always so sweet and thoughtful, I often received meals she prepared for lunch while working with Colleen at Craven County Schools, she was one of the most thoughtful people I ever met.
    I wished I had words to express how sad this makes me.
    I pray for peace for the entire family during this difficult time.
    Peace and Love,
    Paul & Marie

  4. Colleen,

    I was so sad to hear this news.

    I remember this sweet child who walked in my kindergarten classroom…such a precious girl she was.

    Feel my love and prayers.

    Amy Stroud

  5. Colleen,

    I am so sad to hear this news.

    I remember your sweet girl when she walked into my kindergarten classroom. What a precious child.

    I know your heart is broken.

    Hugs and prayer,
    Amy Stroud

  6. Colleen,

    I am so sad to hear this news.

    I remember your sweet baby when she walked into my Kindergarten classroom.
    What a precious girl.

    I know your heart is broken.

    Hugs and prayers,

    Amy Stroud

  7. Amy was a very kind and lovely person. She baked delicious desserts and cookies for the Number Seven Township Fire Department, the fireman always looked forward to Amy’s delicious food. Prayers of comfort for Amy’s Family.

  8. Colleen, I send you my sincere condolences. I remember Amy was a hard worker and enjoyed cooking so much. I pray for comfort and peace for you.

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