Amanda E. Meas of Lowell, MA

1994 - 2023


September 16, 2023
Dolan Funeral Home

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Amanda Ellina Meas, 29, of Lowell, Massachusetts, unexpectedly and tragically passed away while visiting New York City on September 2nd, 2023. She passed with her closest friends and loved ones praying for her by her side.
Amanda was born June 9th, 1994, and was the daughter of Han Neak. She is survived by her father Han Neak and stepmother Soulikanh Xayalath and her two sisters, Elizabeth and Alisha, whom she loved with all of her heart.
Amanda was a kind and empathetic soul that saw the good in people around her. She had a thirst for knowledge and was an avid book reader of fantasy and romance. She brought so much joy to the lives of the people who loved her. Friends say she was always an understanding shoulder to cry on.
She was known for her top-notch makeup skills and creativity. Amanda yearned to live a life free from suffering and heartache, surrounded by the people who loved her most, and she found that in her last few years.

She raised a beautiful cat, her familiar named Miso, who stayed by her side while she cultivated the home she envisioned for them and her partner. Amanda persevered through many difficulties in life and always worked for a better life, which inspired everyone around her.

2 Condolences for Amanda E. Meas of Lowell, MA

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    Kimberly Volunteer of the Dragonfly Project


    The Dragonfly Story
    “In the bottom of an old pond lived some grubs who could not understand why none of their group ever came back after crawling up the stems of the lilies to the top of the water. They promised each other that the next one who was called to make the upward climb would return and tell what happened to him. Soon one of them felt an urgent impulse to seek the surface; he rested himself on the top of a lily pad and went through a glorious transformation, which made him a dragonfly with beautiful wings. In vain he tried to keep his promise. Flying back and forth over the pond, he peered down at his friends below. Then he realized that even if they could see him they would not recognize such a radiant creature as one of their number.
    The fact that we cannot see our friends or communicate with them after the transformation, which we call death, is no proof that they cease to exist.”
    Walter Dudley Cavert

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    This has been the hardest time, being without you. But I know you do not want us to stop living. Distance, time… nothing could stop her from trying to have the life you wanted.

    Driven by her desires for a happy life, we were lucky to witness such a sweet and kind girl grow to be comfortable with herself. She loved music, art, and most of all, spending time, no matter how little, with the people she cared about.
    Blessed with an amazing singing voice, she found music to be one of the biggest outlets in her life when she needed to find the words to her never-ending flow of emotions. Through music, she could express herself. She felt so alive around it. I remember she went to her first concert in middle school all by herself. She was so brave, constantly surprising herself how much she could do. That’s the Amanda I’m able to share with you. Amanda, who liked to express herself through in every way possible. Who yearned to be accepted and loved. She was and always will be.

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