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Amanda L. Peters, age 35, of Batesville, Indiana and formerly of Austin, Texas died late Friday evening November 16, 2018 at the Waters of Batesville following a brave battle with cancer.Born October 21, 1983 in Batesville, Indiana she is the daughter of Jim & Debbie (Clift) Peters. She was a graduate of Franklin County High School in Brookville. Amanda loved the outdoors and nature, she enjoyed traveling and camping, hiking in the mountains, and fostering animals. She had a warm heart and was a very loving, giving person; and while not blessed with a lengthy life, she was blessed to live it to the fullest! She leaves behind her parents, Jim & Debbie Peters of Batesville, Indiana; a sister, Cristy Grubb (Rickie Kuehn Jr.), and a nephew whom she adored as her own son, Coleton Grubb, all of Batesville, Indiana; her fiancé, Zach Vaughn of Austin, Texas; her grandmothers, Gladys Hignite of Connersville, Indiana and Flora Clift of Shelbyville, Kentucky; as well as many aunts, uncles cousins and friends. In honoring Amanda’s wishes there will be no public visitation or funeral services, but a Celebration of Life will be planned in the coming months.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to once again serve the Peters family, to sign the online guest book or send a personal condolence to the family please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
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