OBITUARY

Chelsea Jean Marie Eisfelder

May 16, 1994April 11, 2019

Chelsea Jean Marie Eisfelder, 24 years old, residing in Columbus, Indiana, passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus surrounded by family and friends on April 11th at 11:11pm at Columbus Regional Hospital. She was born May 16, 1994. She graduated from Columbus North High School in 2012 and continued her education at Columbus Regional Health School of Radiologic Technology, graduating in 2017. She had a passion for helping others and working to make her patients feel comfortable and safe. She had a knack for making people smile. Chelsea had an uncanny ability to reach people in a deep and positive way. She truly loved spending time with her family and especially enjoyed being with her nephew and nieces. She loved volunteering at Sweet Jordan’s with special needs adults in Paris, TN, reading, drawing, playing trivia and attending Christian concerts. She was a true servant and a follower of Christ. Chelsea is survived by her parents, Jeff and Tricia Eisfelder residing in Columbus, IN, her sister Cathy (Nate) Buchanan residing in Camby, IN and her brother Josh (Timara) Eisfelder residing in Columbus, IN, her grandparents, Carl & Delores Eisfelder residing in Hardinsburg, IN, Joseph & Mary Titkos residing in Scottsburg, IN, her nieces and nephew, Addy, Rylan, and Carlie along with numerous great aunts, uncles and cousins. She is preceded in death by her Uncle Mark Eisfelder and her cousin Marybeth Pittman. A visitation and celebration of life will be held on April 25th from 2pm – 8pm with the celebration of life service at 4pm at Myers-Reed Chapel Funeral Home in Columbus, IN. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made in Chelsea’s name to Faithful Friends at The Living Room Attn: Faithful Friends – 1402 Sycamore St., Columbus, IN 47201 and/or The Ridge Christian Church Attn: Celebrate Recovery – 2800 Bonnell Rd., Columbus, IN 47203.

  • DONATIONS

  • Faithful Friends at the Living Room
  • The Ridge Christian Church

Services

25 April

Visitation

2:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Myers~Reed Chapel

3729 25th Street
Columbus, Indiana

25 April

Celebration of Life Service

4:00 pm

Myers~Reed Chapel

3729 25th Street
Columbus, Indiana

REMEMBERING

Chelsea Jean Marie Eisfelder

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Brett Kenyon

April 19, 2019

Though I only knew you a brief amount of time, your friendship got me through so much, Chelsea. I will miss your contagious laugh. You were the type of person who wanted nothing but the best for those around you. Thanks for always believing in me. You will be greatly missed. So glad Taylor Swift brought us together. Hold on to the memories, they will hold on to you. <3

Kelly Heindel

April 18, 2019

I loved Chelsea like a sister. We shared many laughs. I can still hear it and see her beautiful smile. I will never forget her kind heart. Hugs to all those who grieve her. I know she touched many lives. I miss her so much.

April Phillips

April 18, 2019

Chelsea ... where do I begin? I've only known her for a little while when I started working at CRH. But that little while meant a lot to me. Chelsea and I grew close and hung out when we could and I would joke that she was the younger sister I always wished I had. She would always smile and greet me with a hug and her kindness and love would radiate the whole room. I will miss that beautiful light she carried with her always. May you rest in peace my beautiful friend! <3

Ryan Donnelly

April 15, 2019

Chelsea is my sister's friend from elementary and junior high school. I remember speaking briefly with Chelsea on two different occasions in recent years. I believe around November 2016 I helped serve food at a Thanksgiving meal that Chelsea's family helped host at the church. I remember Chelsea talking to me about the food, and I distinctly remember her leaving a very good impression on me. Specifically, she struck me as a polite and kind person. Right before the start of my sister's wedding almost two years later, I remember Chelsea coming over to shake the hands of both myself and my brother as we both stood near one of the doorways of the church. She also said hello and congratulated us on the event. The fact that Chelsea came over and greeted us left another good impression. These simple gestures do not go unnoticed and help make the world a better place.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY