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Molly Ammon Tribute Fund

Total Number of Gifts: 9
Total Value of Gifts: $520.00

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The Ellis Family

The Scott Family

Ms. Mary M. Helgenberger

Kay Queeman

Monica Metcalf

Mrs. nina h jennings

Ms. Jackeline Bonilla

The Goodman Family

Im memory of Tri Delta Molly Ammon

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Molly was born on February 14, 1992 raised by Bob and Angie Ammon and her loving older sister Katie. She grew up in South Tampa, FL and graduated from H.B. Plant High School in 2010. She attended the University of Florida where she was majoring
in accounting. Although whenever asked what she wanted to be when she grew up her response was “a Mom." She became a member of the Alpha Psi chapter of Delta Delta Delta.

Anyone that knew or had the joy of meeting Molly knows the joy she had for life. She always wanted to meet new people and was so accepting of everyone. She genuinely cared for everyone she met and was always asking how they were doing. She loved to laugh, and her laugh was unforgettable and infectious. She seized every moment to live life to the fullest. She was very spontaneous, carefree and vibrant; never having a dull moment. She had a different, hilarious facial expression for every situation. She lit up every room she entered and would put a smile on everyone’ s face; bringing joy to anyone she met. Molly had an relentless compassion for her family, friends and her golden retriever named Casey. Although Casey had patches of gray fur and one eye, she loved her like she was her “baby."

“Molly was only able to see the good in everyone. She never judged and she never looked down upon anyone. Even if you were in a bad mood or having a tough time she could make you laugh and see the brighter side of situations. She was the friend that would come over in the blink of an eye and listen to any problems you might have. Nobody could ask a better friend, daughter or sister." --Hayley Salem


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