amanda Rivenburg
Amanda Rivenburg, 29, was one of 20 people killed in a limousine crash on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in the rural New York town of Schoharie.
Courtesy: Living Resources Corporation

Amanda Rivenburg, 29, was an employee at Living Resources, an organization focused on providing growth opportunities for people with disabilities, since 2011.  During her tenure with the organization, she received several promotions, her latest being assistant director of the Day Community Opportunities Program.  “She will be remembered fondly through her loving spirit, wonderful smile, thoughtful nature, and her genuine commitment to her colleagues and individuals that we serve,” Living Resources CEO Fredrick Erlich said in a statement.

IAC extends its condolences to the Living Resources family on the loss of Amanda Rivenburg, who was killed in the accident that took place in Schoharie last weekend.. As you know this horrific accident has resonated across the country, and it is unfathomable to capture the loss for families, including their children, and of course, all those in the circle of their lives when a happy outing with so many people ends in that kind of tragedy. Ms. Rivenburg started with Living Resources as a DSP (needing to work at Dunkin' Donuts weekends to pay her bills). She was a shining star and was promoted to assistant director of their day opportunities program. So many people at the agency will miss her and especially, the individuals who received services from Living Resources. Our hearts go out to the families, the agency and everyone affected by this breathtaking event. Our deepest sympathies to everyone,  Tom McAlvanah, Executive Director, IAC

Click here to access a Go Fund site set up in memory of Amanda.