Believer of Miracles
- Jul 7, 2018
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At Amore’s funeral in Norfolk Saturday, it was an emotional day for the family.
“Amore - if I could do it all over again, I would hold you so tight. Never in a million years did I think you wouldn’t be loved right,” Amore’s mother Sherry Wiggins said.
“To hear the horrors you faced nearly killed me. My Amore. My love. My special heartbeat,” Wiggins said at the funeral.
Wiggins noted this year, Amore would have been seventeen years old. She said although she’ll never get her daughter back, this funeral gives her a sense of closure.
“I’ve been happy, I’ve been sad, I’ve been frustrated. Most of all, now that I got to this point. Things are a little more easier,” she said. “She’s never going to be forgotten. Her name alone means something very powerful and it’s what everyone has continued to express.”
Amore’s burial will be held Sunday afternoon.
Little girl laid to rest in Norfolk ten years after skeletal remains found in Alabama
It took police a decade to identify Amore Wiggins’ remains. Her family held a funeral for her in Norfolk.