- 51 years old
- Date of birth: May 6, 1961
- Date of passing: Feb 10, 2013
|Let the memory of Kerri be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Kerri Cavey, 51, born on May 6, 1961 and passed away on February 10, 2013. We will remember her forever.
"Kerri was the Yin to my Yang. From our New Years Eve 1979 meeting and marriage on 11/22/1980 there was no doubt we were meant for each other and forever. She gave me two wonderful kids and did a beautiful job in helping grow them to the great individuals they now are. From watching the olympic torch run through Saratoga in 1980 to her brave final battle she inspired and completed me. EJC"
"I can still her voice in my head perfectly. Her smile lit up the entire room. I went by the exit of the hotel we stayed at the first time we hung out together and I started to cry. I have so many fun memories - our tattoo session together, many trips back and forth across the OH turnpike, Cedar Point, funny characters we met along the way, hockey!! I miss my friend. <3 Hez"
"Happy Birthday Kerri! You were always better at buying that 'gotcha' birthday card! I miss you more than I could ever have imagined."
"Happy Birthday Honey! We all miss you very much."
"Some of the best memories in my life include you, Kerri! You were more than a friends Mom to me, you were in part, my Mom! You watched out for me, always there to give me advice when needed. Laughing always, gossiping with K and I like you knew the exact things we were feeling. You made my high school career more fun than I deserved!! Thank you for always making me a part of the family. <3"
"I didn't always like you. I did always love you. I just didn't know how much I would miss you. It is like a piece of me is missing and the crazy thing is the piece that is missing I didn't ever know I had. Thanks for stopping by and thanks for not making it scary!"
"Kerri, I will try to live my life by your example. You were so nonjudgemental and always so funny. What you and my brother had was a once in a lifetime love and I thank you for making him so happy over the years. If you see Mom, please tell her Hi for me. I will see you again someday."
"There are so many memories, how do you chose just one? You taught me how to shave my legs, the importance of having a nice pair of jeans to flaunt my bottom half, how to cover up a zit into a mole like Cindy Crawford. You taught wit and how to laugh at myself. You taught me the hockey is the best sport to see live. You taught me the importance of family and brought me into yours. Love you!"
"Kerri, how do you say goodbye to someone so important..I love you forever and always. I will cherish everything you taught me as I grew up, every memory of hugs, every moment of laughs..you will stay with me because an amazing angel deserves to live on in all of us...P.S. Say hi to Teresa, Rick and especially Grandma Cavey for us..I will see you again someday, we can share a Cherry Cola!"
"No words can describe how much I miss and love you. I wouldn't be the person I am today if it wasn't for you. You were my best friend and the most amazing mother anyone could ask for. I'm so grateful for all the time we got to spend together. You and Dad showed me the meaning of unconditional love and I've always looked up to you guys. I hope I can be as great as a mom as you were."
"I am so happy that Mike and I got to spend out special day with you both. I was so happy to hear that you guys were coming. You 2 have a love that is speical and it was always a joy to see you both and spend time with you. I will never forget Aunt Kerri taking me to get my first tattoo it was a blast. Love you !!!!!!!! very special Angel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
"Kerri I was so sad when I seen on facebook about your passing :( me and Matt were just talking to Ron and Jen the day before about their visit with you and Ed, I know we weren't very close but I really enjoyed our conversations at Ron and Jen's and the campground. I know your in a better place and no longer in pain but we will truly miss you. Gone but never forgotten. ..."
"Oh Kerri, I already miss you. I absolutely fell in love with your sense of humor over the years. And..., you were the perfect match for my big brother Ed. You complimented each other, and together produced two wonderful human beings (Eric and Krista). You were smart, compassionate, caring, and just plain fun to be around. You have touched many lives & will remain in our hearts forever."
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