F. Jill (Olszewski) Amos, age 64, of Coral Springs, FL passed away on February 19, 2016, after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Jill was born August 4, 1951, in Grand Rapids, MI. After moving to Kalamazoo in 1965 with her family, she met Bill, the love of her life, and they married in 1976. They moved to Florida in 1981 and Jill began her career with the U.S. Postal Service. After retirement, her love of animals, especially her beloved dachshunds, brought her to work at the Coral Springs Animal Hospital where she was promptly nicknamed the "Honey Badger" for her absolute fearlessness and tenacity, to bravely face all adversarial situations, including her terminal illness. Jill had the heart of a lioness yet conversely, she was a thoughtful mentor and a caring motherly figure to her younger co-workers who loved and admired her. Always described as beautiful and funny, Jill stood out in a crowd, fashionably dressed and appropriate for the occasion. A happy, cheerful person, Jill never complained. She always had a smile on her face and a kind word for most everyone. She was well known for her amazing culinary skills and keeping a beautiful home. Family and friends were most important to Jill. She is pre-deceased by her parents, Stan and Betty (Giddings) Olszewski of Zephyrhills, FL. Jill is survived by her loving husband Bill, children, Ben (Brittany) Amos of Sherman, TX, and Alexis (Aaron) Saari of Portland, OR, and grandchildren, Sidney and Knox Amos of Sherman, TX. Jill is also survived by her siblings, Michael (Liddy) Olszewski, Patricia Melin, Judy (Frank) O'Connor and Jean DeLong. She is also survived by Bill's siblings, Terry (Lilly) Amos, Sharon Miller, Bobby Amos, Pam (Dave) Munson, Peggy (Mike) Ellis, Pat (Millie) Amos and Suzanne (Dan) Shaw along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and many faithful friends. Interment Services will take place at Fort Custer National Cemetery on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016, at 11:00 A.M. Jill's positive outlook was phenomenal. Coupled with her tremendous fortitude and unwavering faith, she inspired us all to be better, stronger and more loving and caring people. Jill will be most fondly remembered for her exuberant personality and her delightful, uninhibited bursts of laughter. Jill was a sweet, loving, dedicated wife and an exceptional mother. She was the most loyal of friends and a highly respected, award-winning employee. Jill was a true blessing to all who knew her. May her joyous laughter be heard throughout Heaven, for all eternity. Amen.