The Amanda Cates Memorial Scholarship Fund was started by Amanda's family and the Normandy Police Department to honor Amanda's memory. Amanda had a love for children and a passion to keep them in school.
Amanda Kay Cates was born on August 19, 1980 to Michael and Carolyn Cates. She was the younger sister of Clay and Brad. She attended Northwest High School and graduated with the class of 1998
Amanda became a Police Officer for the Normandy, Missouri Police Department. In her position at Normandy, she served as the department’s School Resource Officer inside the Normandy Middle School. She interacted daily with the 7th and 8th grade students of the Normandy School District. Amanda was passionate about her position helping students with school issues and more importantly, after school issues. With the amount of diversity in the Normandy School District, many complex issues interrupt the young, fragile lives of these students. Amanda dealt with student issues ranging from poverty stricken families who could not afford school uniforms to student pregnancies. Amanda was unselfish when it came to these children, spending her own money to buy school uniforms and diapers and formula.
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