Amy Michelle Warren

February 8, 1968 - January 31, 2024

02/08/1968 - 01/31/2024

Amy Michelle Warren, born on February 8, 1968, spread joy and laughter throughout her 55 years of life. On January 31, 2024, Amy’s dazzling light dimmed, leaving behind a world that will forever miss her vibrant spirit. Born in Virginia and passing away in Portsmouth, Virginia, Amy’s zest for life was evident in everything she did.

Amy enjoyed her career as a housekeeper at Bon Secours Medical facility, however, her true passion was in dancing through life. Whether it was twirling around the kitchen while cooking up delicious meals or busting moves on the dance floor, Amy knew how to make every moment a celebration. Her love for food extended beyond cooking, as she had a penchant for devouring delectable dishes.

Amy’s unique talents didn’t stop at dancing and cooking. She was also a cleaning aficionado, turning the mundane task into an art form. With her favorite tunes playing in the background, from country to rock ‘n’ roll, Amy managed to make even the most arduous chores seem like a symphony. Among her favorite choices was a local band called “Bandit” to which she showed immense love and pride for.

Not only did Amy have rhythm in her soul, but she also had a deep appreciation for fashion. Clothes shopping was her therapy, and she always knew how to find the perfect outfit for any occasion.

When autumn came around, Amy donned her football pride and became an avid fan of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Cheering on her favorite team brought her immense joy, and she embraced the excitement of each game with unwavering enthusiasm.

Amy’s connection to her community was evident through her membership in the Suffolk Moose Lodge. She cherished the bonds she formed there and took pride in contributing to the camaraderie and support within the group.

Amy’s passing leaves a void in the hearts of her loved ones. She joins her beloved parents, Wilton Hedgepeth and Amelia Brinkley, stepfather George Babb, brother Raby Hedgepeth, and first husband Ronnie Vick, in eternal rest.

Amy is survived by her devoted spouse of 8 years, Cecil Warren, her sons Jason Vick (April) and Walter Vick (Lindsey), stepchildren Billy Vick, Don Vick, and Rebecca Pantschyschak (Robby), as well as her cherished grandchild Weston Vick. Her brothers Glenn Hedgepeth (Phyllis) and Barry Hedgepeth, and sister Melissa Howell (James), will hold her memory close to their hearts, alongside numerous nieces, nephews, other family members, and friends.

As we bid farewell to Amy Michelle Warren, let us remember the vibrancy she brought to our lives. Her contagious laughter, love for music, and zest for all things good will forever resonate within us. May her spirit continue to dance through our memories, guiding us to live life to the fullest, just as she did.

Currently there are no scheduled services to take place at this time. Altmeyer Funeral Home and Cremations, Southside Chapel is both humbled and honored to serve the Warren family during this difficult time.

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Kim Bryant
2 months ago

Jason and Walter, so sorry to hear about your mom. She was a wonderful person and I’m sure a wonderful mother to you boys. When she would come to my house for Tracy to fix her hair she was a “hoot”. She was a joy to be around. I know she will be missed but she’s with God and your Dad and no longer suffering. When you think of her remember all of your good memories of her and smile. She will never leave you❤️

Janice Ellis
2 months ago

My sincerest condolences to Amy’s family and many friends….may God give you all comfort at this difficult time….I will always remember the good times Amy and I had as teens on Pearl and Grace St…rest easy my friend

Tracy Vick
2 months ago

To the family of Amy Warren she will forever be in my heart I will miss my very dearest best friend I have ever had but I will see you one day until then keep dancing in the sky kiss my mama and daddy for me!!! I love you!!!

2 months ago

I am sorry for the lost of mother,grandmother,sister,aunt, And my friend luv ya always miss you always keep on dancing I will dance with one day prayer’s for your gaming ❤️????????

Linda Hedgepeth Bundy
2 months ago

Please accept my condolences on the passing of Amy. May your memories help you in the days ahead

Kelly H. Chaney
2 months ago

Deepest condolences to the family. I’ll never forget Amy, great memories on Grace & Pearl Street as youngsters.
Sincerely, Kelly Holland.

Jolene Hedgepeth
2 months ago

You will always be my family, because you never stopped. You were a loving person. Prayers go out to the rest of the family. Her sister and awesome sons and grandson. I’m at a loss for words. I love you Amy! You will be missed by many