The Dr. Amie Harwick Memorial
A Project to Create a Bronze Memorial Dedicated to the Legacy of Dr. Amie Nicole Harwick and to Victims of Domestic Violence
A Vibrant Life Cut Short
Dr. Amie Nicole Harwick was an accomplished therapist, a published author, an outspoken champion of women, and a well-known Hollywood personality. She was also well known for being engaged for a time to Drew Carey.
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In the early morning hours of February 15, 2020, Amie was murdered by a jealous ex-boyfriend (from 8 years prior). Her killing was a senseless tragedy that robbed the world of a brilliant and talented woman who was just hitting her stride in life.
While she is now buried in her hometown of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, she left behind hundreds (if not thousands) of friends in Los Angeles where she lived for most of her adult life.
This project will create a life-size bronze memorial of Amie that will include a plaque that is dedicated to the women who have lost their lives to domestic violence. But it will also serve as a place for to gather, to find solace and also an inspiration to live our lives as fiercely as she lived hers. This permanent memorial will be installed in the world-famous in Hollywood Forever Cemetery which is in the heart of Hollywood.
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We hope to raise the funds necessary to design and build the statue, secure the memorial plot, and have in installed and unveiled by May 20, 2023 (which would have been her 42nd birthday).
This website has detailed information about the Amie, the project plan, and about the team putting this together. There are also links to media coverage of her case.
Photo: Robert Coshland
Amie had so many facets and talents that categorizing her would be a disservice to such an impressive woman. She was a therapist, a model, a dancer, a video and podcast personality, an author, a photographer, a collector of oddities, but most of all she was a champion of women, a beloved daughter, and a good friend to so many heart-broken people. (Photo: Cris Jan Lim)
The memorial will be a life-size bronze statue of Amie depicted in allegorical fashion and surrounded by symbolic elements from her life. She will stand on a large plinth along with a statue of her beloved cat Marquis. A bronze plaque will memorialize her story and offer prayers to all female victims of domestic violence. (Photo: Robert Coshland)
Building a permanent bronze memorial is a complex and expensive task and we appreciate every dollar. We are using GoFundMe as our fundraising platform and will also be accepting direct donations in the near future. But even if a donation is not possible, you can help us by sharing this website on social media. (Photo: Robert Coshland)