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Kyle Ann Klawitter

May 14, 1990May 1, 2020

Kyle Ann Klawitter, 29, of Johnstown, returned to her heavenly home on May 1, 2020. She was born on May 14, 1990, to David S. Klawitter and M. Michele Klawitter in Columbus, OH. Kyle was a graduate of Northridge High School, Johnstown, OH and attended Alexandria United Methodist Church, Alexandria, OH. Kyle was blessed with a handsome son, Jack Anthony Klawitter who survives her. She is also survived by her parents, M. Michele Klawitter and David S. (Malinda) Klawitter; siblings, Nicholas C. Klawitter and Alexandra L. Klawitter (Bryan Priest); step-siblings, Danielle (Zeb) Jackson and Jonathan D. Smith. She was a loving aunt for her nephews, Benjamin L. and Colson D.L. Klawitter and Zachariah C. Jackson. She is also survived by a large loving family. She will be buried at Maple Grove Cemetery, Alexandria, OH. Prayers are graciously accepted. Donations may be made to Alexandria United Methodist Church, 72 Church St., Alexandria, OH 43001, P.O. Box 98.


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Michele LAwrence

May 12, 2020

I am very sad to hear this news and can't even imagine what your hearts must all be feeling. I remember Kyle Ann as a sweet little girl who loved to get her hair and nails done and always full of laughter. Praying for the family and all those who love her.

Lee Reed

May 7, 2020

I am just at a loss for words. I am sad that Jack won't have his mother anymore. He was most important to her. Despite our differences, KyleAnn was a part of our family for a time. My condolences to her family.

Donna Chapman

May 5, 2020

You will be missed Kyle Ann! Campus Life memories will never be forgotten. Family forever...❤

Tawny Garvin

May 5, 2020

Kyle you was an amazing person you and I shared so many laughes and cries together I am going to miss our heart to hearts and hanging out and having our lil sleepovers I've known u since 9th grade but we became really close in our early 20s and you was a really good friend to me you had my back and I had yours we went through some downs but nothing we never could come bk from and we did always remain friends you had a great loving family and I saw all the love and you was super lucky to have such amazing family. To my friend I'm going to miss you forever and you are with the angels now so fly high honey 😭love ya girl

Nicole Bottar-Dillen (Kiser)

May 4, 2020

I am extremely sad to hear about this 😢 we were never really friends but I still care about all of my class mates. She will be greatly missed by many people may her spirit live on 🙏

Alondra Velazquez

May 3, 2020

I’m really sad I had to hear about this, this way💔 I’m so grateful that I found a friend in you. You were a beautiful person inside and out! Anybody would’ve been lucky to have you in their life. You’ll always hold a place in my heart I love you so much Kyle ✊🏼❤️❤️

Melissa Swetnam

May 3, 2020

We were friends since middle school. I have so many memories with Kyle Ann, most of them you'll thank me not to post! She was so kind and open. She really empathized and did her best to cheer you up. She'd spend her last bit of money in gas just to ride you around until you felt better or just come chill where you were. She was crazy as hell too; always ready to participate in any wild idea you could think of! Being around her you could just be yourself, she didn't judge. I hadn't got to see her in a few years, life got in the way; we'd message how we missed each other and should get together soon, but never got the chance.

Holly Reed

May 3, 2020

I had the pleasure of being Kyles nurse at Full Circle in Dayton. I was so close to her and I spoke with her the day before she passed, telling her that I miss her. She was a beautiful soul. She would hang out in my office and chat with me for hours and we shared so many laughs together. My heart is broken. My condolences to the family.

Erica Gross

May 2, 2020

Forever in my ❤️heart. I treasure every moment of our friendship. All the laughter and tears. Rest In Peace beautiful girl. I love you, Erica

Lisa Swetnam

May 2, 2020

Rest easy babygirl. You'll forever be my other half. I'll find you again, love.
The kids and I love you.


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