Amber Lynn (Jensen) Heim

Oct. 6, 1980 – Feb. 20, 2021

Amber Lynn (Jensen) Heim passed away at her home in Gillette on Feb. 20,2021. She was born in Kemmerer on Oct. 6, 1980, the only daughter of Allen and Sandy Sellers of Kemmerer and Kim Jensen of Montpelier, Idaho.

Amber graduated from Kemmerer High School in 1998. After graduation she attended college in Sheridan and Cheyenne. She received her Associate of Applied Science degree in dental hygiene in 2003. After working in the dental field for three years, she embarked on a new career path in the oil and gas industry.

Amber loved animals, almost to a fault. She would have adopted every homeless animal if she could have. She had two dogs and two cats that she loved dearly. She loved attending the Paws and Claws fundraiser every year — not just because it helped animals, but because it was usually held on Mother’s Day weekend.

Amber was a very kind, loving and generous person. She was always willing to help others. She had a beautiful smile and a great sense of humor. She made many lifelong friends during her short time on Earth.

She loved spending time with family. She enjoyed coming to Kemmerer, spending time at her parents’ home and going to the cabin. She loved the many trips to Lake Powell and attending NASCAR races with her family. Her favorite driver was Jimmy Johnson. She also liked football and her team was the Minnesota Vikings.

Amber had a great belief in Jesus Christ, as was evident by the religious pieces and books of prayers and devotionals she had in her home. She will be missed by many, especially by family.

She is survived by her parents, Allen and Sandy Sellers (Kemmerer); father, Kim Jensen (Montpelier, Idaho); brother, Aaron Jensen (Wichita Falls, Texas); and several aunts, uncles, cousin, nieces, nephews and many friends.

She is preceeded in death by her maternal grandparents, Adolph and Marta Gunter; paternal grandparents, Blake and Norma Jensen; her aunts, Pauline Sawyer and Bonnie Anderson; her cousin Joey Lint and many friends.

Cremation has taken place and services will be held this summer.


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