Amy passed away peacefully and went to be with Jesus on March 21, 2023. Amy was born in Dallas, TX on September 18th, 1979. She graduated from South Garland High School. She married her high school sweetheart, Bradley Kirk Dibble, on the 17th of April 2004. They had their only son Mason on September 6, 2006. They both focused on Mason all their lives and raised a wonderful son. Anyone who knew Amy knows she considers Mason one of her greatest gifts from God, and is very proud of him, and wants him to live out all of his dreams and reach his full potential so that he may experience the many joys of life. She loved animals, and was so giving to everyone. She was a member of UMYF at Axe Memorial United Methodist Church. She was very creative and loved her bling jewelry, and especially her rings. She was never out and about without some pieces from her collection on her fingers. She also began to make pieces of jewelry and sold them.
She worked at Randall Reed’s Prestige Ford as a Service Advisor from 1998 - 2005, and then she moved on to Park Place Lexus with the same role from 2008 - 2014. After gaining her knowledge on automotive care, she became an expert in the field of automotive services and worked at Smart Auto Care for warranty fulfillment. She had such a big heart and she would give you the sweatshirt off her back if she thought you really needed it. She loved cooking her favorite recipes for so many family gatherings and relished being with her family.
She is preceded in death by her husband Bradley Kirk Dibble; her Brother James Douglas Grizzle, and her Grandparents Billy Gene Ballard and Shirley Gifford Ballard. She is survived by her son, Mason Kirk Dibble, mother, Jill Ainsworth Stepanian (Ed), her sister Ashley Howard Tanner (Chad), and uncle Douglas Wayne Ballard (Deborah), and her brother’s children Collin Taylor and Madelyn.
Friends and family will gather on Sunday, March 26, 2023 from 1-4 pm at Charles W. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, 2925 5th St., Sachse, TX 75048
In lieu of flowers please feel free to contribute to Mason’s college fund.