Amanda Marvin

Jan 21 1980
Apr 21 2020
40 Years
Kirkwood, Pennsylvania

Amanda Marvin, 40, of Kirkwood, passed away on Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at the Lancaster General Hospital.  Born in West Chester, Amanda was the daughter of Sarah Walton of Gap.

Amanda is survived by her two children, Dakota J. Kelly of Kirkwood and Christopher Welk of Georgetown; siblings, Sarah Beth Couram of Millersville, Jeremy William Couram of Crab Orchard, Kentucky and Jessica Collins of Little Britain.  

Due to the current restriction on public gatherings, services, and burial will be private at the convenience of the family. 

Amanda loved riding on motorcycles and now she's forever riding free.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, PA 19365 to help offset the funeral expense.

Online condolences can be posted at


We're very sorry for your loss

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Sorry for your loss. RIP🙏🙏🙏

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Sending my deepest sympathy Sarah to you and your family during this very difficult time Sending prayers to you all.


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Rest in peace, Aunt Mandi. We all miss you. ❤️

~Dakota, Christopher, Mommom, Aunt Sarah, Uncle Jer, Mom~

I love you all.

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I'm gonna miss you girl..Our crazy conversation's or just laughing about nothing...I have alot of memories an laughs to hold onto.. Praying for you Dakota,Christopher an Sarah

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R.I.P. my beautiful sister, you are always in our hearts. I love you. Love and prayers to Dakota and Christopher- Aunt Jess loves you both always unconditionally, no matter what. God Bless

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Sissy it's so hard to even believe u r gone from this world! I hope u knew how much I loved u, how much i cherished our times together, our long talks normally ending with u telling me what I needed to hear not what I wanted to hear, our goofiness, our terms of endearment to each other, no one can ever take ur place in my heart, a piece of my heart went with u...... I will always make sure dakota n Christopher are ok and be there for them! And our momma, always, I have them, and I know u will always watch over all of us! I know u would tell us all to be strong and stop the sappy, lol! My beautiful sissy, my mandy pandy, my manny, my mayonaise, lol...I will always miss and love you! Hope your up there dancing, laughing, and joking, being ur silly self! And that you are in peace!

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To my dearest, and closest friend Dakota, 

I am so very sorry for your loss. You've been my best friend for a long as I can remember. I don't know what it's like to lose my mother, but I know what it's like to lose any loved one. We've been there for each other for so long, but it pains me the most that I can not physically be there for you this time. It saddens me that I never got the chance to meet your mother in person. I cried when you told me. I thought to myself, "I'll never get to meet the person who gave birth to one of the best, brightest, and funniest people I've ever had the pleasure to meet in my life" 

I know, that she knows, exactly how I feel about you, and I think that is one thing she'd be so proud of you for. You've stood by my side through so many dark times in my life, and you've always found time for me. I know your mother would've liked me. She would've definitely seen how we are so much alike, in so many ways. I am so very sorry that you have to go through this. I will always be here to look out for your daughter Amanda, that is my promise. May she Rest In Peace, we will see her again in the future, May she smile down on you and watch over you and provide you with guidance. 

You're best friend- Austin Gomolinski 

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