Lindsey Breeden Obituary, Death – Amme Paulch mourns Lindsey Breeden On Social Media -My dear and treasured friend Lindsey Breeden passed away as the result of a sad accident. I loved her. My best friend for over 25 years; we were roommates at Gonzaga for both of the years that I attended the university; our affection for one another was cultivated over the years we spent at Gonzaga Prep together as classmates. God we had fun together. SO MUCH FUN. It is fortunate that the walls of the building are unable to carry on conversations with one another. We were practically inseparable from one another throughout those two years at GU, as well as all of the highs and lows that have occurred in our lives since that time.
Recently, she helped me cope with the profound loss of my brother, and I hoped that I would be able to do the same for her in assisting her in coping with the untimely death of her mother. I lost my mother when I was a child. There were times when all we did was send each other text messages proclaiming our undying love for one another. Those were the best times. She had a heart of gold when it came to her close circle of friends and her family. I was unable to contain my laughter. If you’ve ever been in a position where you were fortunate enough to feel protected by her, then you already have an understanding of what I’m talking about.
I am at a loss for words to appropriately convey the unfathomable pain and the extreme hurt that I feel as a result of this loss, but I can assure you that it is considerable. Lindsey, our time together was precious to me in every aspect, and I will always remember it.
You will be greatly missed, and I will hold on to and cherish the memories I have of you for as long as I am able to do so. You will never lose my deep and abiding love.