Amy Larkin Cordova, 47, of Highlands Ranch, passed away on November 2, 2018 from Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Amy worked in IT for over 18 years at Cigna. Amy didn't provide direct healthcare, but she believed that she helped people get better through the improvement of the systems and architecture that support the customers. Amy was smart, well educated, and motivated. But there is a special quality about her that is difficult to describe. Amy was nice. She talked to you as an individual, she listened, and you knew that she cared. That shouldn't be a special quality. Surely, there was more.
As passionate as Amy was about her work, her ultimate motivation was the happiness of her family. Amy is survived by her husband Johnny Cordova and her son Jared (stepson), her Sister Kelley Bachman and family (Karl Bachman, Collin, and JB), her dad Dale Larkin, her aunts, uncles, and cousins of the Symonds family and Larkin family, her in-law family, and the Vette family. Without exception, all loved Amy.
In 2013, Amy's mother, Anne Vette, died from Ovarian Cancer. Amy was so motivated for the fight, she became a contributor and Board Member for the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance. She was also preceded by her stepfather, Verl Vette, and her grandparents.
It is difficult to outline all the work Amy did to help others. Volunteer work, board member, contributor, etc… But we must include her work and friendships with the P.E.O. Sisterhood (Philanthropic Educational Organization). Amy attended her first PEO meeting as a baby with her mother and Amy participated throughout her life.
Above All, Amy loved God. She wanted to please God.
"By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." John 13:25
Join us in celebrating Amy's life.
In Lieu of Flower the family suggests memorial be directed to:
Light the Night Lymphoma event
The Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance