BURGAW — Amy Bonnie House, 47, beloved daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister and caring friend, left this earth way too soon, leaving a big hole in our hearts. Amy unexpectedly passed away Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, 2020.
Amy was born Nov. 29, 1972, in Craven County, the daughter of Una Caines and Craig Ensley, and his wife, Jackie. In addition to her parents, left to cherish Amy’s memory are her husband of 27 years and high school sweetheart, Greg A. House; sons, Tyler House (Christen) and William “Will” House; granddaughter, Addison House, and her mother, Hope Everette; sister, Lisa Ensley (Albert); many extended family and friends.
Amy never let her deafness hinder her life as she lived life with enthusiasm and a passion for enriching the lives of the deaf community. The Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf had a special place in Amy’s heart. In high school, she was proficient in volleyball, basketball and soccer. Also, Amy was chosen Miss New Hanover High, prom queen and was a cheerleader.
Most important in Amy’s life was her family that she loved so dearly. Her sons and granddaughter were her pride and joy. Amy loved her Lord and lived a godly life. Amy contributed much during her earthly life, was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
A service commemorating the life Amy lived will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, at 7 Hardison Field Road, Grantsboro.
Shar online condolences with the family at Quinn-McGowen Funeral Home.