Our beloved Daughter, mother, wife, sister, granddaughter, friend Amanda Marie Singer left this world unexpectedly on Feb. 24th 2023, just two days shy of her 30th birthday. Born in Bridgeton N.J. On Feb. 26, 1993. She was shortly thereafter adopted by Kim and Nanette Day who welcomed her into their home in Idaho Falls ID. She was a beautiful baby an loved so much. She attended in Post Falls ID and Shelley ID. Amanda was kind and loving and had so much empathy for others. She always picked out kids on the playground who had no one to play with and befriended them. She met her future husband Shandon in Junior High in Post Falls. She loved animals and always had a pet cat or dog wrapped in a blanket carrying them around in a basket. As an adult she loved working with the elderly in various assisted living homes. And so wanted to get her CNA. She is survived by her parents Kim Day and Nanette Mayall, Step father Ian Mayall, sisters Alex and Alicia Day, brother Cody Mayall, Husband Shandon Singer, daughter Raylee Singer and son Ashton Brubaker. Step siblings Rebecca, Emily, Jonah, Hannah and Katie Mayall. Grandparents Tom and Carol Buchanan. She is preceded in death by grandparents Jack and Jean Day. Amanda will be greatly missed. We loved her so much. But we know that she is in the loving arms of angels and our Heavenly Father. And free from her mental anguish. A celebration of life and memorial service will be held at the Hayden lake Stake center at 2293 W Hanley, Hayden Lake ID at 11:00 am Saturday March 4th 2023. All family and friends welcome. In lieu of flowers please donate to Mental Health America. "I met Amanda back when we were in middle school. From that moment we met, we liked each other a lot. She moved away for 5 or 6 years, and when she moved back to Idaho we started talking a lot. The next thing you know, we're getting married and having a beautiful daughter which we named Raylee Marie Singer. It was funny too; I told my mom, my dad, my brothers, and my grandparents, "I'm going to be married and have a kid before I'm 25 years old." I was telling them that at age and they all told me, "no you're not!" and guess what? Age 22, and I married The love of my life, Amanda. Amanda was a fantastic mother and a fantastic wife. Amanda knew she wanted to work in the health care field Probably a couple years after our daughter Raylee Was born. And I tell you what, she was great at her job. I went in there and just watched how she was handling the old folks with compassion. She was a caring and loving individual. There were often times where she would put other people 1st even though she needs to do something for her. She didn't, because she always wanted to make sure her friends and family had the things they needed. Just a couple weeks ago we were talking about having another child, and talked about how we could make us stronger and better as a couple. On 02/24/2023 The worst phone call a parent or spouse can ever receive, that your daughter and or spouse, is not longer with us. Amanda I know you're in a better place. You will always be in my heart and I will make sure that our beautiful daughter, Raylee, will know who her mom is and we will never forget about you. I'm gonna miss you so much Amanda. I will always love you and that will never stop even though you're no longer with us. I hope you, my dad, and my brother are having a good time up there. Tell them both I love and miss them very much."