Our sweet, and dearly loved Kelli Jo Siljenberg went to her heavenly home on Thursday, March 19. She was born on September 14, 1987 to Kelly and Lena Siljenberg. Kelli was a 2006 graduate of Frazer High School. She met Trevor Grandchamp and they were blessed with a precious daughter, Myalya.
We will all miss Kelli’s sense of humor how caring and loving of a person she was. She loved life, her family,friends and pet Kitty. She always told me how proud of Myalya she was and wanted everything in the world for her daughter. She loved to sing songs for The Lord all the time. She has a couple beautiful songs she sang about Jesus and his love. She had a very poetic heart and mind she loved deeply with passion and it came through her voice. The way Kelli loved is an inspiration for all of us to follow. My dearest sis how can I find the words to say to tell of how I miss you?. Throughout every single day? I will miss our little chats , the way you would listen to me go on forever. And how you’d always cheer me up. Whenever you would phone. Living life without you , it’s so very hard to bear. And I’d give all I have to waken and see you standing there. I will always remember how caring and kindhearted of a person you were like that time when some kids werent getting along and you insisted they recite the care bear poem sharing is caring and caring is fair to them and thought that was justifiable. In which it was. Or how much you loved kitty that kitty sure got on your nerves I remember one day you’d had enough of his troubles and you phoned me telling me all about it and we discussed on what to do with him for an hour ,all for you to come down to “oooooh I’ll just keep him I love him. ” Whenever I think of you sis and how things use to be I wish so much I could turn back time, and relive those memories. The special times we shared and the good times we had are truly unforgettable. For there’s none quite like your memories dear to my heart, and I could never stop missing you. Without you nothing will be the same , your a sister nobody could replace. And you left memories that could never be erased as I remember you with lots of love memories of you evermore. Goodbyes are not forever , are not the end it simply means I’ll miss you until we meet again. What inspired me to write this is to let you all know how much my sister loved and how much I love and will miss her. A light from our lives has gone. A voice loved still. A place is vacant within our hearts which can never be filled. A bouquet of beautiful memories, sprayed with a million tears. I wish God would have spared you, if just for a few more years. We hold you close within our hearts and there you will remain. To walk with us throughout our life until we meet again. So Rest In Peace they say, I say rest in Heaven dear loved sis, and thanks for all you’ve done. Your vacant place no one can fill, we miss you now and always will.
Kelli Jo is survived by her precious daughter Myalya, her fiance, Tim Onstad, her father, Kelly Siljenberg, brother Lewis Siljenberg, sisters Dayle Garfield, Violet Siljenberg and Dusti Rose Siljenberg (Alfredo Garcia), grandparents Larry and Beulah Siljenberg. And nieces and nephews, Lauren, Jesse, Kadence, Kastle, Kingston, Angelina, Thalia, Alejandra, Camila and Hector Antonio. Uncles, Harold Garfield, Jonathan Garfield and Alwin Dubois. Aunts Janell (Robert) Hopkins , Paula Garfield and Cynthia Michaelsen. And many other numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was predeceased by her mother, Lena Siljenberg. Aunts Angel Garfield and Susan Garfield. Grandparents Rayfield Garfield and Violet Hamilton. Cousins, Carter, Robert, Mylan, Jeeter and Mason. Great grandparents Harvey and Angel Hamilton and Lewis and Emma Siljenberg.
Due to the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, public officials have strongly recommended to keep Kelli’s funeral services to family and close friends. We ask that if anyone is not feeling well to please stay home and get feeling better. All are welcome to graveside at the Chicken Hill cemetery, following funeral services.
A celebration of life is planned locally for September 2020. All family and friends welcome.
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