Kylita D. Keel-Elliott

Sunrise: November 26, 1976

Sunset: July 22, 2020

Kylita D. Keel-Elliott passed away on July 22, 2020.

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    Truth Transformation Ministries, Dr. and Pastor Hawthorne says

    To Mother Joyce Brown, Rev. Rene Pond and the family of Kylita Keel-Elliott. Our prayers and thoughts are certainly with you during this very difficult time. May God grant you peace and solace. Lean on Him and He will give you strength.

    With Love.
    TTM Family and Partners

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    Dr. Lamont Ricks & Family says

    May God Comfort the Keel family during this time of bereavement.


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    Randy&Robin Thomas says

    May God give you comfort and strength in your time of grief and loss.With all of our heart we the Thomas family are keeping your family up in prayer and love.May God continue to bless and keep you all in this hour of need.

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      Arlethea Stancil-Evans says

      To Mrs Rev Ponds Johnny and Andre sending my deepest condolences to the family. My thoughts and prayers will be with the family hold on to god family and friends for comfort and strength.
      Love Arlethea Stancil-Evans

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    Minister: Bobby Mitchell MDV;& Family says

    (Romans 14;8 says If we live, we will live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord, So whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord. At this time of sorrow (Minister; Bobby Mitchell MDV; & Family) express our condolences and pray that comfort will rest upon your family/ families… May the spirit of the Lord be with you…

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    The Smith Family (Trina, Andre, Payton, and Prentice) says

    Kylita is my first cousin, but i haven’t seen her in years outside of Facebook. I had seen and talked to Johnny and Dree, but, for whatever reason, I would always miss Kylita…life gets in the way. We even exchanged notes about having a Keel family reunion, thinking we had all the time in the world. But time waits for no one. We are so very sad about Kylita leaving us WAY too soon…in our humanity we can’t wrap our minds around this loss. But God’s ways are not our ways and his thoughts are not our thoughts…we just have to continue to trust him even when we don’t understand and take comfort in knowing she hurts no more, she is in perfect peace, even as we mourn her absence from the earth. My fervent prayers go out to Aunt Verlene, Cousins Johnny and Andree and their families, all of Kylita’s children, and all of the cousins, aunts, uncles, friends and family that are hurting right now. Lean on the Lord, he is an ever present help in our time of trouble and need. Much love. <3

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    Donna Manson says

    My sincere condolences to you and your family at your time of need 🙏 From the Manson family. L

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    Barbara Godfrey says

    My sincere condolences to you and your family. I pray that God will comfort and strengthen you all.

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    Rev Nathaniel & Shirley Jackson says

    Minister Renee & Family,
    Our hearts ache with you on the passing of your beautiful daughter Kylita. While we don’t have words to adequately express our sorrow or your pain, we hope it brings you some comfort to know so many love you and we care. May you rest in the peace and presence of our loving Saviour.

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    Vanessa Alston says

    My condolences and prayers go out to the family and that God will see you through your time in need, to God be the glory.

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