Kelly Lewis

Obituary of Kelly Ann Lewis

It is with great sadness that Kelly Ann Lewis passed away at her home in Windsor, Colorado on November 13th of 2021. She was born in Greeley, Colorado and spent the rest of her life in Windsor. Kelly was a light to anyone who was blessed to know her, especially her mom Shirley. They were not only mother and daughter, but best friends. She brightened the room with her smile and her positivity despite the struggles she had endured throughout her life. Kelly touched so many lives throughout her 33 years on earth. Her love for others was infinite and she radiated strength, inspiration, and beauty. Now she has been called to heaven with open arms to be at peace with the Lord. Kelly, also affectionately known as Kellbell, loved everything purple, loved everything butterflies. Her iPAD was always within reach, her way to communicate to the people next to her and her numerous friends and family through email and Facebook. Her mom and her spent hours late into the night reading Amish books and watching shows and movies. She loved watching the Broncos play and counted the days for her seasons of Heartland to be released for her to binge watch. Kelly is preceded in death by her father, O.E. Lewis, and her sister, Lainie Lewis. She is survived by her mother Shirley Lewis, Cheryl Laughlin, Amy Ludwig ("sister from another mister”), Judy Musgrave and family, Brian Lewis, Aunt Linda Talley, Dawn Coleman, Mony Garcia, Kelly Hall, Katie and Dave Carlson, Brianne Hazelwood, great nephews Austin Travis and Robert Hazelwood, and her very special friend Victor "V-Man” Gilsdorf. The viewing will be held at Viegut Funeral home in Loveland on Wednesday, November 17th at 3 pm. Services will be held at Lakeview Cemetery in Windsor on Thursday, November 18th at 2 pm. All are welcome to join and celebrate her life.
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2:00 pm
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Lakeview Cemetery
Address Not Available
Windsor, Colorado, United States
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