Amie Coleleen Peters

Amie Coleleen Peters, 47, of Bacliff, Texas received her angel wings on December 17, 2016,
while at Methodist Hospital in Houston. She courageously fought a 20-year battle with a rare blood disorder, TTP.
Born Amie Coleleen Westcott, on October 3, 1969, to parents Peggy Ilene Thornton and Calvin Hugh Westcott.
Amie graduated from Clear Creek High School in 1988, where she was known as Amie Dobbs. She enjoyed crafts, drawing, painting, and was very creative and artistic. This was shown in her ability to style hair. Amie was one of the best hairstylists in the area. She had a heart as big as Texas and was marvelous at caring for her family and friends.

She was proceeded in death by her bonus father, Pee Wee Dobbs; her maternal grandfather, Lloyd (Skeet) Thornton; her paternal grandparents, Richard and Cody Westcott; her bonus paternal grandparents, Bill and Elaine Dobbs; and her bonus maternal grandparents, Joseph and Marge Hammond.

Amie leaves behind to cherish her memory, her husband of 27 years, David Dean Peters; her son Zachary Dean Peters; her mother, Peggy Ilene Dobbs; her father, Calvin H. Westcott; her bonus mom, Lisa Westcott; sisters Debbie Thompson and husband Jimmy; Mindy Dobbs; Tammy Mason; Laura Westcott and brothers Scott Harris Dobbs and Alex Westcott; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. She also had an abundance of friends who meant the world to her–she considered them her family.
Friends are invited to visit and reminisce with the family from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm on December 21, 2016 in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home,
851 FM 517 Rd. W, Dickinson, Texas 77539. Funeral services will begin at 7:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you donate plasma, whole blood, platelets or money to Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center.


  1. David,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and Zach.

    Peggy Dickerson
  2. Amie was a lovely lady. Her loss will be felt by so many. We were lucky to know her almost her whole life. She was four years old when she came joyously into our lives. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her large and loving family. We will miss her. We are her Bonus Aunt Lynne and Uncle Danny Miller (Lisa’s sister).

    Lynne Miller
  3. Rest in peace, our sweet angel.

    Daddy Boy and Lisa
  4. So sorry about Amie I know she was a sweet lady .i love her Dad and Step mom Lisa they are great have your wings now so fly hi till we see you again ….love Sue Ericson

    Sue Ericson
  5. So sorry for the loss of Amie. I am thinking of all family members this special time of year.

    Judy Green McGlothlin
  6. All my love to the blessed family members of this remarkable young woman. May the Lord walk this journey of life with each of you in exactly the way individually you need, may His peace that passes all understanding engulf you and sustain you. I love you, Lisa and Calvin.
    Shelia Smith

    Shelia Smith
  7. Calvin….Ilene….so sorry for your loss. I haven’t been in contact with you for years but you’ve always been in my thoughts.
    Please get in touch with me through my email. I’d love to hear from you.
    Cathy (DeJohn) Myers

    Cathy Myers
  8. I would like to express my sincere condolences to your family. When someone we love has suffered a long illness, it gives us a certain amount of relief to know that the suffering has finally ended. But it does not take away the pain and emptiness of no longer having our loved one with us. I pray that you will receive strength and comfort from our lord Jesus Christ who said “I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.” Our Heavenly Father has given us the opportunity to see our loved ones again in a world free of sickness and death. Please allow this wonderful hope to comfort you during this difficult time. ~ John 11:25, 26; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 33:24; Revelation 21:3, 4

    C Paige

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