Kelly N. DePalma
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Kelly N. DePalma
Kelly was born on Dec. 19, 1959, in East Liverpool, Ohio, to Doris Newtz Anulies and Clement Newtz.
She was a 1978 graduate of Quigley Catholic High School and went on to earn her bachelor's degree from Clarion University.
Kelly married her beloved husband, Dr. Daniel B. DePalma, on Aug. 13, 1983; he survives at home. She was the office manager for her husband's podiatry practices in Mars, Sewickley and Stoneboro.
Kelly was a member of Emmanuel Christian Church in Stoneboro and was deeply rooted in her faith. She had a deep connection with those at the church, and they were very important to her.
She was a very talented quilter, making numerous pieces over her years. She also enjoyed traveling with her family, especially their trips to Port Loring, Canada. She loved gardening and tending to her beautiful flowers.
Above all else, she loved her family dearly, especially her grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, Kelly is survived by: her mother, Doris J. Anulies of Cochranton; daughters, Stephanie Sadler and husband Martin Walker of Avalon, and Samantha DePalma Vennare of Stoneboro; grandchildren, Noah Sadler and Rose Vennare; brother, Dean Newtz of Houston; sister, Jody Newtz of Ellwood City; step-brother Brian Anulies of Atlanta; as well as many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father.
Memorials may be made to Emmanuel Christian Church, 4495 Greenville-Sandy Lake Road, Stoneboro, 16153, or the Marquette Hospice Home, 13465 N. Wayland Road, Meadville, 16335.
Kelly N., 59, of Stoneboro.
Service: Celebration of Life service will be announced at a later date. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.BlackFuneralHomes.net.
Funeral arrangements by BLACK FUNERAL HOMES, Stoneboro and Sandy Lake.
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