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    Dec 21, 2021, 10:00 AM US/Eastern


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Nicole Cohen

Amy Honikman

February 15, 1981 - December 13, 2021

We created this memorial to celebrate the life of Amy Honikman. Collecting your stories, memories and pictures here will offer us great comfort. Please share.

It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Amy Leigh Honikman on December 13, 2021. Her family and friends were unprepared for such a tragic loss. The youngest of three sisters, Amy was born on February 15, 1981 in Boston, MA, to Dr. Larry and Elaine Honikman. After graduating from Sharon High School in 1999, she attended the University of Massachusetts in Boston. Amy's talent and creativity never ceased to amaze those...  see more
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  • David Schiffer
    First off, anyone who knew Amy, would know how much she would hate this website. She absolutely hated attention, especially if it was positive. Ironically, this will probably the easiest time any of us have in celebrating Amy, talking about some of her...  more
  • Bill Cole

    Both Nancy and I want to send you our condolences on the loss of Amy. It has been many years from our days in Mattapan. May you find comfort during this difficult time.

    Bill Cole
  • Rebecca Tarby
    As a volunteer at Save A Dog, I've seen the huge impact Amy had on our community and her selfless spirit giving so much time to help care for and nurture homeless animals. And I can see what a wonderful person she was and how much she was loved. Her...  more
  • Emma Sullivan
    My Auntie Amy was truly an angel in disguise. Her head was always in the right place when it came to doing the right thing. She was the brightest light on this earth. I mean that more then anything. She would do literally anything and everything for the...  more
  • Kimball French
    When I met Amy I was just coming out of the darkest period of my life.  I did not know her long enough, but I can tell you with certainty that I understood and loved her.   We had talked almost everyday for hours for a couple of weeks before meeting,...  more
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  • Beverly (White) Hagen
    Elaine and family
    Was so sad to hear about the passing of your beautiful daughter Amy I remember when she was born.
    My children Jamie and Nicole White were long time patients of Dr Honikman, we spent a lot of time at this office and got to know Elaine...  more
  • Christine Evans
    I’m a work friend of Amy’s. I only knew her for six months, and yet she made an indelible mark on my soul. There are so few people who can brighten your mood and leave you feeling better than you started. We miss her so much. Amy was a shining star...  more
  • Patrick Melley
    From car rides in the Rav4 to hanging out in Nicky’s basement partying, to after prom, the endless joyful memories spending time w Amy is always how she will be remembered. To all her family and our friends a loving soul has moved into forever...  more
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  • Sandra Usherov
    From the first hello, it felt like I had already known you my entire life. No matter how much time passed or the physical distance between us, our friendship never skipped a beat. Its rare to find someone that makes you feel as comfortable as you did,...  more
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  • JD Welch
    I didn't know Amy like most of you but every time we hung out was such a complete joy. Her smile was infectious and she always put me in a good mood. We shared an extreme love for out pets and loved swapping stories of saving lost fur babies that needed...  more
  • Renee and Barry  Gordon
    We knew her since she was born. We will miss her smile and caring
  • Nicole Cohen
  • Nicole Cohen
    In 1989, at the awkward age of eight, I left the comforts of my home in Cumberland, RI and moved to Sharon, where I would spend the next 10 years of my life. That's where I met Amy Honikman. I don't have a single memory from my childhood that doesn't...  more
  • Bethanne Berish
    Amy ❤️ I have so many fond memories. You always could bring a smile to my face and make me laugh so much. Your spirit is contagious and I will miss you so much
  • Bethanne Berish
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  • Maura Connell Richards
    Amy, I will think of you ever time I watch a Disney movie, see a golden retriever, avoid a scary movie or get an urge to splash in some puddles in the rain. You were one of my first friends when I moved to Sharon and you will always hold a place in my...  more
  • Andrea Holleran
    I love you Amy and will miss you terribly. Every memory I have with you is filled with belly laughs and endless giggles. I will forever miss your smile and bright light. ✨Xo, ALo
  • Sarah Jacobs
    Amy, you will be missed always.