Amy Elrad Silver Obituary, Amy Elrad Silver has passed away

Amy Elrad Silver Obituary, Death – On December 19, 2022, an online source reported that Amy Elrad Silver had passed away in an unexpected manner. During this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with Amy Elrad Silver’s family and friends. We are sorry for their loss. Amy Elrad Silver unexpectedly passed away and is no longer with us. His passing came as a shock to everyone. It has been made known to the general public that Amy Elrad Silver has passed away. According to the statement that can be found below, we found out about the passing of the person through a social media page.

It is with profound and deep sadness that I share the news my best friend and (ex) Wife Amy has passed away.
Her smile lit up the room. Her personality was lively and fun. Her laugh infectious! We were always in trouble for talking too loudly or laughing with abandon. I can’t believe I’m even writing this…
I will miss her beyond measure.she was the love of my life and an incredible mother to our son as noted below by Grant.

Our small family was everything to all of us. We are broken but resilient. Amy taught us the fight is never over.
I loved her deeply and profoundly and I know she felt the same way. My father once said that children are the product of our everlasting love.
Thank you for gracing my life and know your spirit shall endure in Grant for eternity.o the best mom in the whole world,

I love you so much. This is so unfair; you did not deserve this at all. Amy Elrad Silver was a fighter. With her severe case of Crohn’s Disease since the age of 13, every day was a battle, even to just get out of bed. As she put it at the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation luncheon she hosted just a few weeks ago, “Crohn’s is an invisible disease, so on the outside I’m smiling, but on the inside I’m in agony.” But this was by no means her whole life. I loved going to Joe’s Stone Crab for your birthdays, watching TV and movies in bed, spending family time every year in Boca,…the list goes on. You did everything for me and always put me first.

I always brag about you to my friends. How many people can say they got their Master’s in Social Work, had a wildly successful career in sports reporting (interviewing Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, and Mike Tyson; eating dinner with John Madden and Bill Raftery), and played the role of full-time Mom?! That sounds pretty damn good to me. You’re so sweet, caring, thoughtful, generous, funny, and fun to be around. You loved to laugh and have a good time. But the thing I admired about you most, and what I aim to emulate, is that you were tenacious. You made things happen and got results.

I’m so happy that after almost 5 months of talking about it, we got to go to Carbone and enjoy an amazing meal. We got to sing “Hamilton” the whole way home and watched Seinfeld when we got home. I’m glad I got to say “thank you for dinner. Good night. Love you” before going to bed. I can’t believe I’m writing this. It still doesn’t feel real. I cherish every memory we have and all the time we spent together. I will carry you with me forever. I love you, Mom