SAVE AMBER'S TREE
A bright and beautiful young woman's life was taken during the commission of a crime.
6818 Lindley Avenue was the last place she was alive. It was also the place she took her last breath and her life ended and she met her creator. To many friends and family members this place is sacred.
A young man stood for over 8 hours in the rain at the tree located at 6818 Lindley to mourn and remember this young woman. Friends and family meet at the tree on several occasions through out the year, to remember, share memories, spread awareness and perhaps save a life.
Each year we walk from The Tree to 6751 Louise Avenue which is Fire Station 100 the station that responded when this young woman was killed. Friends and family members walk for awareness and to donate toys at Christmas. We gather together to remember and comfort each other. Sometimes we come alone or with a friend or in a small group.
To remove what has become "Amber's Tree" would cause even more heartache and tragedy upon her family and her friends. To take away the tree, would cause pain that is not able to be put into words. We come to be close to her, to find a tiny moment of peace and yes we even get signs from her there. It's a place to remember and share her story and hopefully save lives. We the under signed implore you to please save what we call, AMBER'S TREE. Have compassion for her family and help continue to spread awareness and save lives. In memory of Amber Rose Wuebel please save "Amber's Tree"