Amanda Marie Obituary – Clifford, Amanda M. Dear, Sweet, and A.M. Clifford Amanda, hailing from Lindon, Utah, Amanda Marie Clifford passed away on Tuesday morning at Utah Valley Hospital. She was encircled by her family and friends, all of whom loved and cared for her in their own unique ways. Despite the fact that she was born in Walnut Creek, which is in the state of California, Amanda has spent the majority of her life in the state of Utah.

She excelled in the field of music at Utah Valley University, where she was a junior and received a music fellowship because of her accomplishments in the field. She received her diploma from Provo High School, where she was an involved participant in the school’s Symphonic Band as well as the Marching Band during the course of her time there.

She read a lot and had a deep appreciation for music in addition to being an avid reader. Her plans for the future included working in music education and conducting orchestras. Amanda had the intention of leaving on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the month of June the following year and serving in that capacity to the fullest extent possible.

Amanda was a fervent advocate for the organ donor program, and she was successful in convincing other people to enroll in the program as a result of her advocacy. As a direct consequence of her self-sacrifice, six more people will be granted a second chance at life than would have been the case otherwise. This is a legacy that she will leave behind.

Amanda is survived by her parents, Paul and Aly Clifford, of Lindon, along with her siblings Ryan and Sarah; her soul mate Benjamin Parry; great-grandmother Viola Brien; grandparents Vic and Gayle Deauvono and James and Paula Clifford; aunts and uncles Ned and Kimberly Warner, Tim and Darcy Keady, Michael and Teresa Harris, George and Stephanie Chingas; 15 cousins; and many extended family members and friends.

Amanda was born Amanda was a very. At the Lindon Utah Stake Center, which can be found at 1100 E. 100 N. in Lindon, Utah, there will be a viewing on Saturday from noon until 1:15 p.m., and funeral services will begin at 1:30 p.m.. Both events will take place on Saturday. Orem City Cemetery will be the location of the funeral and burial services for the deceased.