Kelly A. (Nee McDonald) Singh, 38, of Liberty Township, died
Saturday September 8, 2012 after a long battle with Breast Cancer.
Kelly is a graduate of Mt. Notre Dame and The Ohio State University.
Survived by her loving husband Kar, devoted mother of Makenna
and Carson. Beloved daughter of Mary (Olsen) Chamberlin and Dan
McDonald. Stepdaughter of Jeff Chamberlin and Pam McDonald. Daughter
in law of Kamar and Manjit Singh. Also survived by her brothers
Dan (Susie) and Kevin McDonald. Brother in law Gagan (April) Singh,
Sister in law Kavita (Kord) Wissmann.
Mass of the Christian burial will be held Saturday, 11am September
15, 2012 at St. Maximillian Kolbe Catholic Church, 5720 Hamilton-Mason
Rd., Liberty Township, Ohio 45011. In lieu of flowers donations
may be made to The Kelly Singh Children Memorial Fund by calling
US Bank (513-785-2200).
to post online condolences to be listed below.
|Kelly was the best.
We are all so lucky to have had her in our lives and will
continue to see her love, kindness and humor in those who
are still here to remember her. I wish Kar, Makenna and
Carson the strength to push through this tough time. You
are loved by so many. Xoxo Scott and Chad, Lukas and Olivia
|Mary - My heart goes
out to you my friend
I am so sad and so very sorry
for the loss of your lovely daughter. I wish I had magical
words that could bring comfort to you. She will always
be your angel, your girl
looking over you, looking
out for you as you did for her. I know
I will see my
loved ones again one day
...Please hold onto the knowledge
and true faith that you will as well. Id also like
to express my deep condolences to the rest of your family,
Kellys husband, his family and all their friends as
well. You are in my prayers my friend. May God bless you,
hold you and be with you throughout this very sad time.
With affection and sympathy, Terri Schelter (Chenault)
|Dear Kar, Makenna,
Carson, and Parents of Kelly,
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the untimely
passing of your dear Kelly. I was her assistant principal
at Mount Notre Dame, and I will always remember her as
a smiling, cheerful student who always had a kind word
for everyone. I am very, very sorry for your loss. Kelly
is now resting, pain-free, and whole once again, in the
loving embrace of the One who made her. My prayer is that
the passage of time may help to lessen some of your pain.
The gift that Kelly was to so many has now been returned
to the Giver of the gift. May she rest in peace. God bless
you all at this very difficult time.
Peace, Kathleen Hipskind Maier
|'We were friends for
over 33 years, and I can think of no better or fitting way
to capture your radiant, fierce immortality than by quoting
one whose way with words remains far better than anything
I could convey on my own - "And when she shall die,
Take her and cut her out in little stars, And she will make
the face of Heaven so fine, That all the world will be in
love with night, And pay no worship to the garish sun."
I am a far better, stronger and happier person for having
the great good luck to have known you. I love you, and I
miss you, dear one.' Karen Kaske
|Dear Kar and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you in this most difficult
time. There are no words that can take away any of this
awful pain you and your family feel right now, but know
that you are all being thought of and prayed for........Kelly
was yours, but she was such a gift to all that knew her.
She has been a true inspiration through this for everyone
and so have you and the kids.....I only hope that God wraps
his arms around you all with the same warmth and love you
had from Kelly to continue to get you through this difficult
time and those yet to come! God Bless!
Beverly (Webb) Manning (MND 92') & Family
|Dearest Kar, Mckenna
Kelly's tenacity for life was infectious. She was a natural
leader whose laughter and sense of family warmed ones soul.
While I was most fortunate to experience her jovial spirit
during Christmas dinners and football, my most fond memory
of Kelly is day the two of you got married. I remember Kelly
dancing around the ballroom. She was jumping up and down,
at times sticking out her tongue, laughing uncontrollably,
and having the best time of her life. You stood in corner
enjoying a beer beaming with pride, and simply in awe that
you were so fortunate to be able to call her your wife.
Even at a young age, I understood that I witnessing "true
love", the kind of love that is honest, pure, and unconditional.
Over the years, I have only witnessed your love grow stronger,
McKenna and Carson being a true testament to the loving
parents that you are. With my deepest sympathy, I send you
and your entire family my love and support. Kelly, you will
be forever missed. -Sugam Langer
|Dear Kar, Makenna
and Carson Kelly has always been such an inspiration
to me from the first time I met her in the oncology office
almost 2 years ago. Her positive attitude and knowledge
of your very special family bond role model and give strength
to those of us lucky to know Kelly. Kellys inspiration
was also recognized by the broader Lakota community this
past Monday night at the Lakota West Volley For the Cure
event with a moment of silence. I am so very sorry for your
loss. I agree with your recent Caring Bridge post that Kelly
has a critical new role of Guardian Angel and I know her
special strength will be felt. You are all in my thoughts
& prayers. Kind Regards, Tricia Hertz
|Dear Kar, Makenna
and Carson- Joe and I have followed Kelly's progress from
the moment we found out about her cancer. You have our very
deepest sympathy. We know about the special things Kelly
did for later years for the family. She will remain in your
lives and hearts forever. She was VERY SPECIAL!!! - With
love, Joe and Anne Fredlock (Jenn's parents)