ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dora Snyder Kelly 50 years old , born on July 2, 1965 and passed away on June 11, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Donna McLaughlin on June 11, 2020
Still missing you Sister, you were always making everyone laugh even when you were hurting. You gave so much of yourself to others. I think of you often. (Especially during ramp season.) ♥️ ♥️ I loved your cheek kisses....
Posted by Kenneth Kelly on July 2, 2019
Happy Birthday in Heaven Mom   Me Penny and Silver and everyone all are thinking of ya keep Sissy Bear out of trouble for me I love ya
Posted by Diana McCauley on June 12, 2019
Today makes 3 years I've had to live without you, my life will never be the same. I love you so much, I miss you every day. You were my very best friend. My heart will not stop aching, till we meet again. I can't wait, I long for that day. Oh how I wish God had not taken you.
Posted by Donna McLaughlin on January 21, 2019
Shine on for ever my sister Dora, you are in my heart forever...
Sadly missed. Your candle blew out, here on earth, before your memory ever will. Many loved ones left to cherish you.
Posted by Diana McCauley on January 20, 2019
My precious sister, I love you with all my heart. You were always so special to me, my best friend. ❤️ Until we meet again.

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Posted by Donna McLaughlin on June 11, 2020
Still missing you Sister, you were always making everyone laugh even when you were hurting. You gave so much of yourself to others. I think of you often. (Especially during ramp season.) ♥️ ♥️ I loved your cheek kisses....
Posted by Kenneth Kelly on July 2, 2019
Happy Birthday in Heaven Mom   Me Penny and Silver and everyone all are thinking of ya keep Sissy Bear out of trouble for me I love ya
Posted by Diana McCauley on June 12, 2019
Today makes 3 years I've had to live without you, my life will never be the same. I love you so much, I miss you every day. You were my very best friend. My heart will not stop aching, till we meet again. I can't wait, I long for that day. Oh how I wish God had not taken you.
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Shared by Diana McCauley on June 15, 2019

I remember you and me going to peebles, every chance we got. We liked to try on their shoes. I remember you trying on the ugliest pair of red shoes I'd ever seen, they looked like square boxes. You got them on and your foot took a cramp and you couldn't get them off. I laughed till I almost peed myself. I know some of the people that saw us that day probably thought we were high on something. We were, we were high on life. I don't think they ever sold those shoes. I wish we could go back to that day. ❤