June 20, 1981 ~ July 20, 2021

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Brockport, NY

Aimee M. Richards

 Monday, July 20, 2021.  Predeceased by her father, paternal grandparents and maternal grandparents; A. Edward and Constance Kram and loving cousin Denny Smith.  She is survived by her daughter, Julianna and her mother, Lea; loving and supporting cousins, Kari, Shelly, Alyssa; godmother, Susan Canny; nieces, Bella & Arya; her fathers family in Florida and Michigan.


 Aimee’s Mass of Christian burial and interment were held privately in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.  Expressions of sympathy and memories will be gratefully acknowledged and may be mailed to 75 Maier Circle Spencerport, NY 14459.  For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit

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  1. Lea:

    Phil and I are shocked to read Aimee’s obituary . . . . she and I have chatted many times in the past couple of years. We are so very sorry to hear of her passing. Our heart goes out to you and little Julianna, along with our prayers. Please let your fond memories help carry you through this most difficult time.

  2. I was deeply saddened to read that Aimee passed away. I taught her in the 5th grade at Holy Cross School back in 1991. Aimee was a beautiful girl, inside and out. My heart breaks for you, Lea, and all of your family. Please know you are held very close to my heart and prayers. May Aimee’s beautiful soul now rest in Christ’s eternal peace. Deep peace to your hearts in these difficult days and weeks ahead.
    Love and prayers,
    Sr. Carolyn Rosica, RSM

  3. Our heartfelt sympathy to you, Lea and your granddaughter, Julianna. Remembering our children at Holy Cross are good memories . Keep those close to your heart. We chatted as we crossed paths at the beach about our families and events in our lives. Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

  4. Aimee was a great friend, the best. She would’ve done anything for anyone. She was on of the most loving, caring, and hardworking woman I know. She put a smile on everyone’s face. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this unthinkable time. Rest In Peace me sweet sweet friend, I love you.

  5. Aimee you always were a true friend through and through. You never judged me and you accepted me as I am, unlike some of our classmates at Holy Cross and I’m so glad we got to grow up together. The brief time we had reunited in 2017, I’ll never forget the time we spent together watching Yankees games and playing with Jules.
    I’ll ALWAYS keep the memories of us alive. We may have lost you but heaven has gained an angel. Rest easy Aimee

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