Jehanne de May

HUBER, AMY R. - died Monday morning, September 26, 2005, at her home in West Knoxville. She was a member of Erin Presbyterian Church. Although she was born in Knoxville, she lived her early life in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, attending elementary and high schools and her first two years of undergraduate study at Wake Forest University. Returning to Knoxville with her family, she completed her remaining two years of college at the University of Tennessee. While continuing her study at the University for her graduate degree, she worked in the Music Library and also taught violin in the Knoxville schools. She later accepted a position at the Lawson-McGee Library and recently was appointed as an assistant to the archivist at the Beck Cultural Center. Amy was known by her friends for her accomplishments in music, visual arts, and her wide range of interests from sailing to history, especially in the Renaissance period, belonging to the Society of Creative Anachronism. She was preceded in death by her father, Dr. Calvin R. Huber; and her grandparents, Harry and Nancy Peck of Jefferson City. She is survived by her mother, Bette Brasher and step-father, Maj. Gen. Jack R. Brasher of Phoenix, Arizona and Knoxville; brother, William "Bill" Huber of Nashville; sister Angela H. Link of Knoxville, two nieces, Tara Elizabeth and Emily Margaret and nephew Andrew Livingston Link of Knoxville. Other family members in the Knoxville area include the James H. Peck family and the Edwin A. Peck family; Mary Jane Peoples family of Jefferson City and Ray and Amy Torgerson of Portland, Oregon. The funeral service will be 7:00 P.M. Thursday at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel with Rev. John Stuart officiating. Family and friends will meet by 9:45 a.m. Friday for a 10:00 A.M. graveside service at Edgewood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Erin Presbyterian Church, 200 Lockett Road, Knoxville, TN 37919 or Lawson-McGee Library, 500 W. Church Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37919. The family will receive friends 5:00- 7:00 P.M. Thursday at Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.
Mistress Jeanne was a member of the Order of the Laurel, and Meridies has the following information on the kingdom site:

Jehanne du May            Elevated: October 27, 2000

Areas of Interest: Illumination, Costuming, and Performing Arts

Local Group: Barony of Thor's Mountain

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