Amanda Gamboa

Amanda Christine Gamboa has moved on to join our Lord. Amanda was born on November 27, 1976 in Rayne Louisiana.

The youngest child of Richard Freeman Jr. and Marie Antoinette(Manette) Freeman (deceased) she grew up in a loving family and community with two sisters and one brother, Richard Freeman III (deceased). After high school she moved to Florida where she attended the University of Central Florida. Her love and compassion for animals, which compliments her inside beauty, called her to her work at Clermont Animal Hospital South, where she worked for many years.

She then met the Love of her Life, Reggie, and moved to Maryland where they started their precious family. She was first diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2016, which she battled and won! The family decided to move to Florida, where Amanda had previously lived for 17 years. Her cancer returned a few years later which unfortunately spread in her bones.

Amanda was a very loving, caring, and thoughtful person, who was always available to anyone in need. Her battle and story of perseverance has touched the hearts and inspired so many people that knew her. Her strongest characteristic trait to everyone she knew was how humble, kind, and strong she was as a fighter despite her unfortunate disposition. She always cherished having family time, especially with her precious children.

She will be missed tremendously by her surviving family: Husband Reggie Gamboa, their daughter Ella, and son Noah; her father Richard Freeman, sisters Melissa (Missy) Freeman and Bridgette (Betsy) Freeman Stinson and nephews Jacob Stinson and Joshua Stinson and her Family-In-Law Henry and Regina Gamboa, Eric & Marivit Gamboa, John & Antonette Mendoza & children Lorenzo and Dominic, Reyhan & Maricele Gamboa & children Arielle & Andrew.

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