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Amber Rochelle Flowers

AZLE-Amber Rochelle Flowers passed away Tuesday, April16, 2019 at the age of 33.
Celebration of life: 2 p.m. Monday, April 22, 2019 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel. Visitation: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. prior to the service.
Amber was born September 9, 1985 to Roy and Fay Flowers in Odessa, Texas. Her main interests included her family, spending time with her son and husband and driving too fast. She graduated from Azle High School and was in customer service and earned her way to be an RGM with Taco Bell. She enjoyed life and lived each moment to its fullest. She loved practical jokes and pranks. She will be deeply missed by us all.
Survivors: Husband of 9 years, Joseph Camacho; son, Brian Reed; mother, Fay Flowers; brother, Luke Flowers; step-father, Tony Wright; nephew, Decon Flowers; niece, Jordon Flowers; niece, Julia Flowers; uncle, Fritz Burt; aunt, Karrie Burt; cousin, Nikota Burt; step daughter, Elena Garza; step daughter, Annalise Garza; step son, Bubba Jo Garza; step son, Joseph Reed; Paula Hughes and family.

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Condolence Messages

  1. I am so sad…. she will be missed. My dear friend Fay I am here for you.. love you guys.

  2. Mary. Kent Batey

    RIP Amber. will always be in our hearts ❤

  3. Fay, I am so truly sorry for your loss. I know there is not a single word anyone can say to make it feel any better but, I just want you to know that I have been and will continue to pray for you, little Brian and all of your family. Losing a child is a nightmare that I wish you did not have to go through.

    • Thanks Jodee
      I pray as a family we are able to forgive the past: pull together for Joseph Reid and Brian Paul both children Lost the most important person in their young life. I’m sure you know I love both of your children as much as Amber did

      • I sure do and thank you for being so kind to him. I, again am so sorry. I haven’t stopped praying for you all.

  4. Daniel and Iris Johnson

    To all we are sorry for your loss. I know there is not a single word anyone can say to make it feel any better. Amber was a truly wonderful person a will be missed.

  5. Artur and Cynthia Wright

    Faye Flowers, I would like to thank you for the privilege of meeting your wonderful, enthusiastic, outspoken, realistic beautiful daughter. I am truly sorry for your loss, and feel your pain. Children are such a beautiful blessing from God they fill our hearts with joy and laughter… and if we are lucky a sense of accomplishment when we see them achieve. God bless you, Tony and family. Art and I will cherish our 2016 trip forever.

  6. Piperlynn chambers

    Fay .I’m so sorry for your loss.amber will truly be missed .she touched many lives an made all of us laugh .I will always be here if u need to talk .vent ..may God wrap u an us all in his arms at this time of loss an great sorrow.

  7. Sorry for your loss. One day at a time we build a life and create memories that will last a life time for others. Your time was well spent if you leave a group of friends and family with a basket full of smiles. Thanks for sharing your life with us.

  8. Dear Fay and family,
    I am so sorry and saddened over the loss of your precious Amber. May the peace that passes all understanding be with you during this difficult time and may her memory always live in the hearts of those who loved her so dearly.

  9. Elizabeth Freese

    My heart hurts for Amber and her family. I was able to meet her and her husband Joseph through the process of purchasing their home together. Crazy thing is, I came through Taco Bell one day and had my realtor badge on which sparked up a conversation with one of the employees. Out of no where, one of the Guys called Joseph to the front and said he and his family were in the process of shopping. Crazy thing is, the house they wanted went under contract. Long story short, random circumstances happens and that house they wanted popped up back on the market and Amber and Joseph and I jumped on it. Only knowing Amber for a short time, I knew she was a go getter and was so driven. I am blessed to have been able to have crossed paths with her. I was happy when I found out she was moving locations and was promoted at her job. I know she loved her family very much and would do anything for them just from the short time I’ve known her. She has influenced me and my life more than you know and I pray for the strength of Joseph, her son, and the rest of her family through this difficult time.

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