|Birth: ||Jun. 19, 1972|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 2009|
Kelli was a kind and compassionate person. She would do anything for anybody and would give you her last dollar if she thought you needed it.
Kelli was young at heart and loved kids. She joked and played around just like one of them. She loved practical jokes whether she was playing them on someone or someone was playing them on her. She was always a good sport and loved to laugh.
Kelli searched many years for a man who would give her the unconditional love she craved. She has now found that man. Her parents are comforted by the fact that she is now with that man forever.
She loved animals and you never knew what type of dog or cat she would bring home. She often surprised her Mom and Dad with new furry friends.
She loved to fish and spent many hours trying to land the big one.
Kelli loved music and you could often hear her before you saw her. The music Kelli loved the best was the music her Dad hated the most. She enjoyed driving into the driveway with her stereo blasting just so her Dad would fuss.
You could count on Kelli to make any event or holiday special by her childlike enthusiasm. She loved presents and could never wait to give them.
Anyone who knew Kelli knew she loved Jeff Gordon. Well, loved is an understatement! She loved him so much she emulated his driving style; pedal to the metal and to heck with the brakes! She wasn't tailgating, she was drafting.
Kelli was fascinated with space and loved to watch the space shuttles launch and always worried about the astronauts until they returned safely to earth.
Kelli was a Daddy's girl and loved to help him work on whatever needed fixing. She could even change her own brakes and oil.
Her Mom was her best friend and confidante. They would often stay up all hours of the night talking and giggling.
She loved her Mom and Dad very much and could not think of being without them for any period of time.
Kelli is the daughter of Jerry and Julia Arlene Deer Amfield. She is survived by two siblings: Rebecca Lynn Armfield and Jarred Armfield. A very special niece and nephew who she loved beyond words: Shelby and Marshal Lee.
Created by: RLS
Record added: Apr 21, 2009
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