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LaDUKE, KELLY ANN, 48
Jacksonville - Kelly Ann (Zehr) LaDuke, age 48, of Jacksonville, Florida passed away peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on June 7th, 2010 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was diagnosed in April of 2006. Kelly was born June 19, 1961 in Decatur, Indiana and spent her childhood growing up in Ocala, FL. She is preceded in death by her mother Patricia Ann Zehr. She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Christopher E. LaDuke and two sons Matthew (25), of Boston, MA and Mark (22). Also, her father Jack & Edie Zehr of Rockwall, TX, her four siblings, Linda (Lance) Crouch of Indian Harbour Beach, FL & Philip Zehr of Rockwall, TX , Sandy Elliott of Melbourne, FL, Carrie ( Andy) Pickell of Houston, TX , and five nephews: Blake & Joseph Elliott, Patrick Zehr, Tanner Crouch, Thomas Pickell, and two nieces: Elizabeth and Julia Pickell. Upon graduating from the University of South Florida, Kelly began her career with the Florida Times Union in Jacksonville and became a successful freelance photojournalist. Kelly often portrayed her subjects in black and white, a feature which defined her distinctive work and classical style, separating her artistic touch behind the camera lens from artists. Her photos appeared in numerous daily newspapers and periodicals, from the New York Times to USA Today. Some of her more notable published works include a six-year old cancer survivor for the Ronald Mc Donald House, her own book All Stars; One Team, One Season and countless acclaimed portraits of sports stars and celebrities for the Boys & Girls Club of America. She was a creative musician, an accomplished book writer, and a stellar runner. Kelly competed in numerous national road races, including the first ever Susan G Komen Run for Cancer where she finished just seconds behind three Olympians. Kelly's positive energy and passion for life inspired everyone she met and will truly be missed by all. A Memorial Service will be held on June 18th, 2010 at 5:00pm at Fort Caroline National Park, in Jacksonville, FL. In lieu of flowers, Kelly has requested that donations be made in her name to World Vision Organization, 1-888-511-6519 / Source Code # 105429359.

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Published in Ocala Star-Banner from Jun. 13 to Jun. 15, 2010.
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June 7, 2019
I will never forget this woman who was so full of life, filled with talent, mercy and kindness. She spoke of her family as being her greatest gifts. It would be impossible for anyone who ever had the good fortune to cross her path in this life not to recall her as a force of nature. Miss you Kelly.
Valerie Bowen
Friend
June 8, 2011
I find it hard to believe the world has gone on for a year since Kelly left. I have been inspired by her talent and over the past year have picked up the camera and began to shoot portraits of young families that were losing a loved one. Mom, Dad, Grandma. It has been in Kelly's honor and by Gods grace, that I have been able to bless these families with memories to cherish, just as she did. I am sure Kelly's most loved pictures are the spontaneous ones she gifted people with. Miss you !
Patti Yancey
February 10, 2011
I worked with Kelly on numerous shoots. The world just lost an amazing beautiful person and I just lost an incredible friend. I am truly heartbroken and my prayers go out to her loving family . We will see her again one day.
Paula Abraham
October 8, 2010
Dear Chris, Matthew and Mark,

I just learned that Kelly passed away today. As customary between us I would think of Kelly and send her an email or call her or she would do the same. Kelly took our photos for a 2003 Readers' Digest feature article entitled "Saving Michael Bowen". The editors gave Kelly a list of photos to take. One of which was a photo of me holding an image of my son Evan who had passed away in 1990. I refused. I told Kelly that my son was more than a photograph and I hated those pictures of people holding their dead child's images and bet that was not the idea of any of those parents. She agreed and backed me up on this. She could have lost the job but her integrity and compassion shone through.

Michael adored Kelly as did we all. They sat in my living room and played the guitar and sang for hours. In 2004 she volunteered her time at the Barth Syndrome Foundation conference and took portraits of all the boys who were there. Kelly brought food to us when Michael was hospitalized in Jacksonville at Wolfson's Children's Hospital. She and Michael remained in touch with one another until his death in December of last year. Kelly loved her family and spoke of you often.

She was a force of nature, she was creative, she was one of a kind and the fact that she isn't in this world to share her light is a loss to all of us. She did what was right and perhaps that is why she was son unique. She saw things differently than the rest of us. She was gifted and she shared those gifts with all who were blessed enough to know her. I am sorry and I know your pain lives on. Just know that while I am only learning about Kelly's death 3 months since it happened there is someone out there that you have never met who shares in your grief.
Shelley Bowen
July 28, 2010
Chris, I read this morning that Kelly had passed away. I've had a heavy heart for you and your family throughout the day. Though it's been more than 25 years since I last saw Kelly at USF while the two of you were dating, I was saddened to hear the news.
Averitt Ennis
July 8, 2010
Kathy Powser
July 7, 2010
Kelly was such a positive upbeat person with so much creative talent. Her energy was contagious. I had the great opportunity to work with her on many photo assignments over the years. She will be missed.
Rochel Roland
June 30, 2010
I was a photographer with The Florida Times-Union when I first met Kelly. I stood in awe as she spoke, wondering WHO is this lady? I often wondered if she realized how big my eyes grew as she spoke with so much life and enthusiasm. Many folks have referred to Kelly as a shining light and I would have to wholeheartedly agree. Her light shone bright in her relationships, her work and her obvious love for her family. She was without a doubt a great lady. Peaceful thoughts and prayers to all of Kelly's family.
Dennis Hamilton Jr.
June 21, 2010
May all the beautiful memories of Kelly and all she meant to you comfort you in your loss. With our deepest sympathy-
Grieve Family
June 19, 2010
The ceremony last night was absolutely beautiful. Any person who has raised children who could say such wonderful things has lived the right life, and married the right person. God Bless you all. John Delaney
John Delaney
June 18, 2010
I met Kelly two years ago while we were both going through treatment and she became an instant friend. Kelly was such an inspiration to me; always full of love, hope and faith. I loved being in her presense, as she just had that way of making the world seem better. She was such a shining spirit and it was so very clear just how much she loved her boys. Her eyes would light up when she told me stories about them, she was so proud of them both.
I will miss you Kelly.
Stacy
June 18, 2010
It's been a while since we've been able to see Kelly on her daily run which often took her by the house, always stopping for a quick chat if we were outside. She was one of the sweetest, kindest individuals we have ever met. Her talents and love of life will never be forgotten. We have always cherished the photo she took of TJ in the park for one of her newspaper shoots. We know that she will be missed by a great many people, especially her family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God grant you strength and peace.
John, Francine, Chantel, TJ & Rodney Gnat
June 18, 2010
Matthew-I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. She was so free spirited and always smiling. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Traci Edmonds
June 18, 2010
Kelly touched many people's lives. Her light attracted all. The warmth of her soul welcomed all with love.

She greatly valued friendship and family- and no one was a stranger to her! Her humor was infectious and I will miss hearing her voice on the telephone, viewing her work and sharing time with her.

She captured images of life that spoke to us all. She approached her work with passion and courage. She served God and mankind with a willing heart.

Today, I honor everything good that she brought to all of us. Tomorrow, I hope we all may better reflect her spirit and light.
Jeffrey Camp
June 17, 2010
I met Kelly ten years ago on a kid's soccer photo shoot. I knew right away that I wanted to work with her because she was so talented and fun. I have worked with her on many other things over the last ten years and what I can say about her is this... She was an amazing, positive force with an infectious good nature and an endless giving spirit. I consider myself blessed to have been able to be a part of her world. She has been to me, a teacher, mentor, confidant and dear friend. She will be terribly missed.
To Kelly's family...May you find peace and comfort in knowing that she touched the lives of countless numbers of people with her wonderful spirit and her smile. Also, that she loved and was extraordinarily proud of all of her family and especially her sons.
RIP my dear friend.
Lisa Hershman
June 17, 2010
Kelly will always be one of the most gracious, talented people I have ever known. I was fortunate to reconnect with her over the past year, and as always, she was positive, up lifting and happy to share! I wish I had been able to make that photo lesson. Truly a pure heart, Blessed are the pure in heart for they will see God! My thoughts and prayers are with all her beloved family and friends. Kelly loved more in her 48 years than most people manage in a life time! I was blessed to know her.
Patti Yancey
June 17, 2010
It is with deep sadness and grief that I am unable to be with family and friends in person morn the loss of my sister Kelly.
I have gathered some thoughts in an attempt to leave you with some memories to honor her life and perhaps comfort you in her passing.
From humble beginnings in a two bedroom home in Decatur Indiana I remember sharing a room with two bunk beds and three sisters. Kelly was a year older then me and she was quick to let me know how much more intelligent that made her. Swimming in Grandpa’s lake, riding bumper cars, roller skating, or catching fire flies in a mason jar I will always remember Kelly’s laughter and smile.
Kelly will be remembered as an outstanding photographer, and wonderful person full of life, and compassion. She will be remembered as a great mother, a dedicated athlete, a talented musician, a humanitarian, and my beautiful sister who absolutely insisted on enjoying life.
If I was there I would sing for you Kelly. & I would sing :
Long may you run…
Long may you run. …
Long may you run…
I love you & you will be missed dearly….. your brother Philip
Philip Zehr
June 17, 2010
Matthew and family--you might not remember me--Matthew I was your Kindergarten teacher at Christ the King School. I was so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I remember her as such a vibrant lady and always ready to help--all the pictures she took with such a willilng spirit. She leaves a beautiful legacy.
My prayers are with you and your family as you bear her loss-
Marge Jackins
formerly of Christ the King School
June 17, 2010
Mark, I am so sorry for your loss your Mom was such a wonderful person. When I was room mom for you all at Christ The King she was always one of the Moms I could count on. She is so proud of you and would want you to follow your dreams and she will always live on through her fantastic photography our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. The Lohrs
Lora Lohr
June 17, 2010
I also worked with Kelly over the years.

I remember a photo shoot that we did for a hospital when we photographed a little girl who was a patient in a pediatrics unit that was in a horrible mood... just crying! Her parents and the rest of us were flat-footed not knowing how to make things better with the limited time we had to work with.

Kelly just took over and spent some quiet time with her. Before you knew it, she had her giggling and in high spirits again! (despite the girl having to bear up with a leg/hip cast).

I admired Kelly tremendously that she could do that with people. What a terrible loss for her family and friends and I will indeed miss not seeing her smile and cheerful spirit again.
Mike Barnhart
June 17, 2010
Kelly was the sister I never had and I miss her dearly. Her enthusiasm for life and her energy is inexplicable. She was amazing. She always had a smile and if you did not have one, you did once you were around her. She would make certain of that. She cared, she listened and she loved. To all of her family, we offer our deepest sympathies.
Carrie & Andy Pickell
June 16, 2010
Our thoughts are with Kelly's family and friends. May God comfort you and give you strength during this time of sadness. We will always remember Kelly's love of life, photography and people! She will be missed.
The Volenec Family
June 16, 2010
Chris, Matt, and Mark,
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We will always remember Kelly and her camera taking pictures of the boys playing baseball. Her love of her family and her photography was always an inspiration.
With Sympathy, Jim, Annette, Jacob & Jenny Stanford
June 16, 2010
Jeff and I were saddened when we heard
of Kelly's passing. She was a neat lady
and talented in so many ways. Certainly
a strong woman and we admired that in her.
Our deepest sympathy goes out to her family.

Kim and Jeff Bender
June 16, 2010
We all have some many happy memories of Kelly and her family during early years at church & school (Christ the King). Kelly & I first met during a field trip at the zoo (Matt's class). I'm not really sure how many rolls of film she shot of the kids & animals together. We laughed at all the questions they came up with at the petting area, kids going amuck, Kelly taking pictures and the zoo leader going in all directions. Your talents were endless, the love of your family incredible and your endless devotion to all - priceless! You will be missed and many prayers to your family.
Joanne, Jerry, Brittany & Carly Shepherd
June 16, 2010
I had the great privilege of meeting Kelly during a Disney Family Fun magazine shoot for an article about my family and foundation, Alliance for the Lost Boys of Sudan. I shared an instant connection with Kelly whose attitude and personality were so infectious. She fell in love with the Sudanese and bought pizza for everyone (around 50people!)She also provided us with beautiful group photos on the beach that we could never have afforded and that will always cherish.
What some people don’t know is that Kelly was a rocker and an accomplished musician. She invited me to several local performances with her son, Mark (also a musician) and I regret so much that I was never in town to see them performing together. She loved her family so much and always beamed when she talked about them. I know that her beautiful smile and generous spirit will be missed by many, especially her family. I feel so blessed to have been able to know Kelly for the short time that our paths crossed and my prayers and deepest sympathies go out to her family and friends.
Joan Hecht
June 16, 2010
Our hearts go out to Chris, Matt, Mark and all members of her family. Her passion for life, family and all the things she loved is an inspiration to all of us. We had great times sitting, talking, watching our sons play baseball. We will always cherish the picture she took of Kyle and Mom sitting at school, simply out of kindness. She probably never knew how much that picture meant to us....still sits on our kitchen counter. We are so fortunate that our paths crossed.

With our deepest sympathy,

Dave, Elaine and Kyle Knopsnyder
Dave, Elaine, Kyle Knopsnyder[
June 16, 2010
Lighting the Way
for Kelly La Duke, 1961-2010

You’ve reached that “next level”
the next one
after the next one
to where
you always were running,
lighting the way.

You’ve reached that “next level,”
to where
you always were running,
while praying
for the unknown women who would marry your sons,
even running to my door,
when first I fell.

You batted for us inning on inning,
you laughed, you praised, you urged,
you never dreamed,
you planned
and followed through.
You always were
lighting the way.

Your images vied for attention
your family rightfully received
first and last.
The rest only could marvel
at you,
lighting the way.

You’ve reached that “next level,”
tripping heaven’s strobes,
while angels fall over themselves,
calling for portraits they wish you’ll do,
and yes,
lighting them your way.

You’ve reached that “next level,”
where metaphors for light
need no stand-ins,
are useless and smacked to silence.
There are no meters
to measure your light.

You’ve reached that “next level,”
while below
we hold hands,
hold in our hands
some Kelly incandescence,
some paper proofs and work prints
on the heart,
that evidence, that show
beyond the telling,
you’re lighting the way.


Ivy Bigbee C 2010
June 15, 2010
My heartfelt condolences go out to Kelly's family. We were high school classmates and friends. I didn't know she was going to make it down for our 30th Class Reunion and was so happy when she surprised us! We reminisced, laughed and danced like it was 1979. I am so saddened by her loss and send my thoughts and prayers to her family. Rest in Peace Kelly
Donnalee Noxon Dees
June 15, 2010
Chris, Matt, and Mark,
My heart goes out to you and your family. Kelly was such a special lady with a zest for life. There is so much that I will always remember about her that I couldn't even begin to list them. She left our family with so many precious memories of such special and happy times through her photography that we proudly display in our home. The times we all shared together as our boys traveled through their high school years will never be forgotten. We will miss you Kelly!
Ken, Karen, & Riley Klicker
June 15, 2010
I worked with Kelly in the early '90s when I was with Barnett Bank and she photographed our executives. I always enjoyed talking to her; she had a great attitude and spirit that made you glad to be alive. I am saddened to hear of her passing at such a very young age. Kelly, you made a difference here in this earthly realm and I am sure heaven is overjoyed to have you.
Beth Stambaugh
June 15, 2010
Kelly had photographed over 5o assignments for me over the last 10 years at Reader's Digest magazine the most recent being our feature on an adoption story that will appear in our August issue . Kelly was an amazing soul who absolutely loved and adored all people . She gave new meaning to what it is to be passionate about work . Many of the subjects she photographed for us (like our Cancer Friendship feature ) were people who had the daunting task of gearing up for similar battles of their own . Kelly refused to let cancer interfere with her work and would often show up at photo shoots with "funny hats" to hide her hair loss leaving her subjects inspired to adopt her incredible attitude toward the disease . I only got to meet her once but her spirit will live on with me always. She may have been one of Reader's Digest biggest fans and a model ambassador for us in the trenches witnessing firsthand the power of how our stories have inspired so many.
You are loved and sorely missed Kelly . Peace
Bill Black
June 15, 2010
This dandelion pic is by Kelly. We needed one in October. Dandelions are springtime things. She found one in her yard & excitedly took some pix.
Kelly is a bright light that will continue to shine especially in two people i know she adored and cherished- her two sons. You guys don't know me- but it was evident how much your Mom loved you guys. She spoke of you with such caring and pride. You don't need a stranger to tell you that your Mom is always with you... but she is. She is amazing. She continues to be amazing... and funny... and determined... and full of energy... and all the things that made her so very Kelly. My prayers and warmest wishes for peace go out to you and all her family and friends...
Marcia Francis
June 15, 2010
I meet Kelly while she was advertising to downsize on some of her photography equipment. She was always smiling although suffering from a fatal disease at the same time.

She was a true professional with a camera in her hand. One of the best.

When I started to leave she gave me a copy of her book ALLSTARS. Will keep forever.

Gone but never forgotten.
Jimmy Fulford
June 15, 2010
Cohen Chandler T-Ball - November 8, 2008
Jimmy Fulford
June 15, 2010
Kelly was a very sweet person so full of life and energy. Its been thirty years since I saw her but I remember how passionate about life she was. My memories are talking to her about music and her love for it. My deepest sympathy to her family
Mike Ethridge
June 14, 2010
As friends of Kelly's sister Sandy, we were fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet Kelly in Kansas. She was a delightful and interesting person and we know she will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Flo & Bill Lyon
June 14, 2010
Dear Chris, Matt and Mark,
It's been years since we have seen you all but we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. May your memories comfort you and give you a sense of peace. We all have such wonderful memories of those summers at the baseball field watching Kelly with her camera in tow, capturing it all. She will be missed deeply by so many. God Bless you and grant you peace.
Todd & Rhonda Ferrell
June 14, 2010
Chris,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. If you need anything, please let us know. RIP Kelly.
Thomas and Sheila Plumley
June 14, 2010
Kelly we met in the 4th grade at Blessed trinity school and have always been dear to my heart. I will miss you! You were taken too young and it breaks my heart. You are with the Lord now. With all my love to you and your family.
Bobby Talsky
June 14, 2010
Kelly was a talented professional and an extraordinary lady. I worked with her on several photo shoots, and she always did a fantastic job. She was beautiful, and her positive energy and sense of humor made people smile. My deepest sympathy to her family.
Laura McGee
June 14, 2010
Kelly was a true sweet heart and full of life and outgoing. I'm so thankful that I was able to see her at our 30 year class reunion last year. My she rest in peace.
Whitt Harper
June 14, 2010
I had the great pleasure to work with Kelly during my years as editor of Jacksonville magazine (the former Jacksonville Today). A consummate professional, she had tremendous talent and drive and loved her work. As always, the combination of all those elements showed in her work, and I will always remember the many photos that graced the pages of Jacksonville magazine, including the photo essay we presented showcasing her All Stars book. In remembering Kelly, I can't help but recall the Robert Frost poem "The Road Less Traveled." Kelly, you made a difference. You will be missed.
Larry Marscheck
June 14, 2010
Kelly and I worked together when we were in high school in Ocala at Six Gun Territory, in the photo shop. This may have been one of her first photo gigs! She was alot of fun and full of life. Just a lovely young woman. We ran in to each other years later at River Run in Jacksonville. I was thrilled she had made photography a career and was obviously a talented runner and athlete as well. I recall her telling me she had two young sons. She just seemed to have it all. So sorry to hear of her loss.
Judge Sarah Ritterhoff Williams
June 14, 2010
I was very sorry to hear about Kellys passing. We knew her and the family through baseball, our boys played ball togeather. She took some wonderful pictures of Devin that we still have hung in his room.
Melanie Gonzalez
June 14, 2010
Such a deep and beautiful soul! May her next journey bring as much joy to her as she did for others in this one. My heartfelt sympathies, Barbara Keefe
Barbara Keefe
June 14, 2010
Kelly will always hold a special place in my heart. Although I met her as a patient, I will remember her as a dear friend. Her spirit will live on in all the photographs and memories she has left with us. Blessings of peace and comfort to Mark, Matt, Chris, her family and many friends.
Debbie Young
June 14, 2010
I worked with Kelly on the Little League book and lots of photos she took for Jacksonville Magazine in the 1990s. She was a wonderful, strong, energetic woman with so much to share. My deepest sympathy to her family. She will truly be missed.
Carolyn Bell Audije
June 14, 2010
I had the pleasure of working with Kelly on several projects. She was extraordinarily talented, funny and gracious. She always spoke of her family with the greatest affection. May memories of her love comfort them now.
Sherry Ciurczak
June 14, 2010
So many good Little League Baseball memories. Kelly always on the sidelines taking the best pictures of the boys playing. So sorry she had to leave so soon. Our deepest sympathies to Chris & the boys.
Allen & Susan Miller
June 14, 2010
I was so sorry to hear of Kelly's passing. I enjoyed working with her over the years; her talent was amazing. She was always so energetic and full of life even after her diagnosis, and she was a true inspiration. We once worked together on a photoshoot in a surgical instrument processing room and by the end, she had us all dressed up in scrubs and hairnets hamming for the camera. That was so much fun! That was Kelly, and that's how I'll remember her.
Carol Chaffin
June 14, 2010
My condolences to the Zehr family in this difficult time. It's been years since I've seen Kelly but this very sad to hear. I remember only great things about her. Karl and Alexis Van Poppel
Karl Van Poppel
June 14, 2010
Worked with Kelly of a couple of projects for AT&T (many years ago)with Marie Speed. Kelly was full of energy and had a great sense of humor to match. Her "light" will be missed... Ace Collett (Jacksonville, FL)
June 14, 2010
To a friend of the past who will always be a friend in heart RIP Kelly!
Michael Downes
June 14, 2010
I was so lucky to have had Kelly in my life and to have her incredible talent capture in photographs the supporters and kids of Boys & Girls Clubs. She had a rare and creative talent that was pure joy to experience. She had such a fire in her and it was infectious. I will miss her more than I can say. I am keeping you all in my prayers and especially her boys who she was infinitely proud of and always spoke of them with love.
Katie Kohutek
June 14, 2010
I didn't really know Kelly personally but we had a few things in common. We were both runners and photographers and at one time lived in the same neighborhood. We would often wave and say hi to each other as we passed while running in the street. I knew she was an avid runner and admired her work as a photographer. Shocked and saddened to hear of her passing.
Isom Philips
June 14, 2010
Kelly's energy and vibrancy filled the room when we worked together years ago at the Jacksonville Business Journal. May these memories help Kelly's family face this difficult time.
Carole White
June 14, 2010
Kelly made that summer of All-Star T-ball special forever for all of us who participated in it. She will be missed.
Michael Schuh
June 14, 2010
Kelly's spirit and light will always shine and her images will leave a legacy forever! I was blessed to have met Kelly and her family years ago and to consider her a friend. Her generosity was beyond words. Her energy infectious. She is a survivor in my book! You will be greatly missed! With ongoing prayers to her family...
Cynthia Nelson
June 14, 2010
Kelly and I met during our ovarian cancer journey. We exchanged many emails and calls and she could always lift me up with humour and conversation. I will miss you!
Kary Zicafoose
June 14, 2010
Kelly was such a wonderful, fun, caring person. We will never forget the trip to the Keys and all the baseball memories. Of course the book was something our family will cherish forever. We are keeping you all in our prayers.
The Crick Family - Jacksonville, FL
June 14, 2010
Haven't seen Kelly since she was very young but was a coworker & friend with her mother Pat - Kelly looks so much like her! Pat & I talked a lot in her last days and her children were so important to her. She would have been so proud of Kelly - now they are together. My love and prayers go out to your family.
Lola Campbell
June 14, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of loss. Just know that Kelly is in a better place and now healed.
Renee Thomason
June 13, 2010
God Bless a childhood friend from Blessed Trinity we will all love and miss her
Tony Downes
June 13, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
robert fulford
June 13, 2010
I worked with Kelly 20 some years ago at Jacksonville Today and I was a great admirer of her talent as well as her spirit. I was a friend. The only consolation we have is that she lived her life not just well, but fully--with more heart than most of us ever muster. I am so sorry she is gone.
Marie Speed
June 13, 2010
Death Leaves a Heartache No One Can Heal, Love Leaves a Memory No One Can Steal.
Lisa LaDuke-Jones
June 13, 2010
Her contributions to our community will last forever. She touched so many lives and always inspired everyone she met. I will remember her for her energy, compassion, kindness, talents, and her commitment to family and friends. She would go to great lengths to fit in important work assignments and still make it home for one of her sons baseball games. All of these attributes along with her courage and love for her family will leave a lasting impression on everyone lucky enough to have known her.

Chris VanHouten
June 13, 2010
Dear precious Kelly.....I shall cherish all the wonderful, fun memories of watching you grow up, get married, set your career on course, have your two terrific sons & just live life full on. I miss you already......you shall always remain a beloved child of my heart. Rest in peace sweet girl.
Jackie Luke-Sheffield
June 13, 2010
In loving respect and admiration for a super young lady contributing so much in such a short period of time. May she rest in peace and may we continue to enjoy her contributions for years to come. Never knew her Jack & Edie but she was a great lady. Be thinking of you sincere sympathy and best wishes from here.
Larry & Jennie Roth
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