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Kelli Mayer

June 10, 1964 - April 12, 2020
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Obituary

Kelli Sue Mayer, age 55 of Lima, passed away on Easter Sunday April 12th, after a battle with cancer. Easter is a time when we are reminded that we will see each other again. She was born on June 10th 1964 to Charles and Dixie (Brandyberry) Mayer who preceded her in death, Charlie very recently.

She graduated from Shawnee High School & Apollo Career Center and went on to get a cosmetology degree in the state of Georgia in 1986. Kelli had been a member of Calvary United Methodist Church. She had lived in Georgia, Texas, Idaho, Arizona and Kentucky before returning to Lima 12 years ago to be with family and friends.

Survivors include brother Russ Mayer of Lima, sister Becky (Matt) Andros of Chandler, AZ, brother Nick Mayer of Lima, sister Luann (Steve) Crane, sister Lois Mayer, brother Steve Mayer, brother Scott (Kelley) Mayer and multiple aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was a kind, loving soul and will be missed by many. The family will have a celebration of Kelli’s life in May or June when the world is able to allow larger gatherings again.

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Born: June 10, 1964
Died: April 12, 2020

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Luann J Crane posted on 4/17/20

I love you so much and you did get the better of the parents!! I wish we had more time but I will treasure the time we had. I know you appreciated the pedi I gave you recently. I will see you on the other side. I miss you and love you baby sister.

 

Luann Crane posted on 4/17/20

I love you so much and want you to know you got the best parents! I wish we had more time together but will treasure what we had. Miss you baby sister 😘

 

Anne Doohan posted on 4/16/20

To the Mayer family, I was very sorry to hear about your sister's death. I know how much you care for her and each other, truly a special family. My deepest sympathy on your loss - know that you are all in my prayers. XO

 

Matt Andros posted on 4/16/20

Becky and I had the pleasure of enjoying a lot of life with kelli over the years, our trips to Mexico, Kelli living with us in AZ for awhile, building and decorating snowmen in OH over the holidays, and so much more. Kelli was always up for anything...even letting me put hot sauce on her tongue every time she used the English language incorrectly :). She always called me her favorite brother-in-law, but of course had to remind me...i was her only brother-in-law!!!! Kelli's smile and laugh were incredible and something i will never forget. I will miss the Kewpee gifts and pictures she would send me (she knew the naked baby freaked me out). Kelli is very loved and will be very very missed.

 

Susan L Dailey posted on 4/15/20

Kelli I just keep remembering back when we were kids and everytime we got together you, becky and I would make up skits and preform them for each other in your bedroom!! Oh we had so much fun!!! You will be forever loved and missed, go spread your wings and soar!! Love you girl! Cousin Susie

 

Elisha Hower posted on 4/14/20

I'm truly sorry. I loved kelli so much. Im so grateful we got to have Thanksgiving together. You all are in my prayers. Love you Elisha Hower

 

Lois Mayer posted on 4/14/20

I am really going to miss you little sister. You will forever in my heart.

 

Alan Gamble posted on 4/14/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Yvonne Bucholtz posted on 4/14/20

So sorry for your loss prayers of peace & healing

 

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