Amber E. Randall

Amber E. Randall

Portland, ME - Amber Elizabeth Randall 29, suddenly left this earth last week.

She was born to Shane and Patricia (Delgizzi) Randall in Portland, Maine on October 23, 1989.

She attended Portland High School and Youth Build of America She was an active member of the Portland Boys and Girls Club and had a love for cheerleading.

Her greatest love in life was her daughter Isabella Mia Blais

She is survived by her parents and daughter, as well as two sisters Brittany (Randall) Blais and husband.Mark and Jennie Randall. Brothers Seth Delgizzi and his wife Caroline and Shane Randall.

She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Amber will always be remembered for her long red hair and infectious smile.

A celebration of life will be held at the Park Danforth 777 Stevens Ave. Portland, ME on May 11, 2019  from 2-4pm in the auditorium.

It will be a sober potluck event. Bring love in your heart and memories

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  • Kara on

    I only knew amber for a year or so, but we became good friends in that time. She always had something going on, she was fun and nice and I wish I found out about her passing before today because I definitely would have been at the service. Amber, ur my girl and I’m always gunna miss u and ur sense of humor. Love you, doll.

  • Amanda Brooks on

    I knew amber for a while she was really sweet to me and we had been friends for a couple years, we lost touch and I just found out what happened. Im so devistated and miss her already. I hate that I never got to say goodbye or know that she was struggling this bad. I only wish she had reached out to me to be there for her. Love you Amber

  • Kurt on

    Way too many good people gone way too early

  • Lindsay Burns on

    Amber had such a beautiful soul and kindred spirit. She had an infectious way about her. No matter what mood you were in after seeing her you couldn’t help but smile. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family especially her daughter. Fly with angels sweet girl💕🙏

  • Allen on

    I worked with Amber at Denny’s. I will always remember her laugh and the good times we all shared. We all were not co-workers we were a Denny’s family.
    Though I am not able to be at today’s celebration of life, I will be there in spirit. Love to all.

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