Mandy N Kelly

December 7, 1980March 11, 2021

Mandy Nicole Kelly, 40, of Liberty died Thursday, March 11, 2021 at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis.

Mandy was born to Clifford and Patricia Kelly on December 7, 1980 in Richmond, Indiana. She graduated from Union County High School with the class of 1999 prior to attending Earlham College where she received an undergraduate degree in Psychology in 2004. Mandy furthered her education by receiving a Master’s degree in Divinity in 2010. Mandy enjoyed crocheting, needle point, writing, and spending time with her family and friends. More than anything, she loved raising her two sons and reading them special stories before bedtime. Mandy will be remembered as a loving mother, a wonderful daughter, a caring sister and friend.

In addition to her parents, Mandy is survived by her fiancé: Aaron K. Swindill; sons: Drake and Zander; sister: Lindsey M. Kelly; aunts and uncles: Glenn and Misty Woosley, Chris Woosley, John and Kim Woosley; special cousins for whom she thought the world of: Michelle L. Woosley, Michael G. Woosley; many cousins and special friends.

Mandy is preceded in death by her paternal grandmother: Pinny Kelly; maternal grandparents: Bobbie and Gladys Woosley.

A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Friday, March 19, 2021 at Showalter Blackwell Long Funeral Home, Fosdick Chapel, Liberty. Burial will follow at College Corner Cemetery, in West College Corner. Memorial contributions can be made to the funeral home to offset the cost of services. For more information, or to send condolences please visit or scan here:


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Caroline Crawford

March 30, 2021

I had the privilege of knowing this beautiful person for the last couple of years. I was her nurse who assisted with some of her medications. My heart goes out to her fiancé and her beautiful boys. She was such a kind sweet person. It was a privilege to know her. God bless your entire family as you go through your grief and may God give all of you strength in the days to come.
My Deepest Condolences,
Caroline Crawford

Misty Woosley

March 18, 2021

I've known Mandy forever. Mandy was such a caring and loving woman. She was a very big part of my life and her cousins my kids upbringing she took Michelle to her first concert and always was taking them to movies and out to eat. She always was helping both kids with projects and just getting through life . AUNT Misty and Uncle Glenn and your cousins Michelle and Michael love you very much fly high pooh

Alex Dziemierz

March 16, 2021

I am very saddened to hear of Mandy's passing. I feel very honored to have known her and will always cherish all the wonderful conversations we had. She was one of the kindest people I've ever met and she will be very missed. Taken from us too soon.

Kay Maddock

March 16, 2021

I remember Mandy from her elementary school days at Union School when I worked there as a teacher's aide. She was always kind and cheerful to those around her. I'm happy to know she has two sons to continue her legacy. Sending prayers for peace to Clifford, Pat, Lindsey, her sons and all who know and love her.

Aaron Kyle Swindall

March 16, 2021

She has given me two small lifetimes of memories in the short time that I have been graced to know Mandy. She didn't fear death, but that doesn't mean that we haven't lost her too soon.
I have been proud of us, she and I, as we have navigated struggles, and kept each other smiling and laughing at a pair of brothers she has endless pride for.
I will always cherish her memory. She redefined the very concept of Love for me.
Missing her is painful. Living without her will be difficult. Living with her memory cherished in our hearts will make it bearable.
[The photo is Drake and Zander sitting in her parked car's front seat. ]

Maria Haarmeyer

March 16, 2021

I was blessed to have both her boys in my preschool. Mandy was one of those parents, that when the classroom needed anything she did her best to always make it happen. She also bought many books from our class book orders and the result of this shows up in the boys love for storytime! Her sweet spirit will live on in her boys. for sure!

Lauren Ogden

March 15, 2021

So sorry for everyone's loss. I knew Mandy from Earlham and she was a sweet and funny person.

Steven Burrows

March 15, 2021

I'll never forget you Mandy in our next life will have that slumber party we always talked about. Until next time love.

Hallet Harkness

March 15, 2021

Mandy, I didn't know you for very long, but you believed in me when I struggled to do so myself. You supported me and were there when I struggled and I'll always be grateful for you.
I'm really sad to see you go, but I hope your new journey is beautiful and fullfilling and without the pain the mortal realm suffers.
I hope you go with the confidence and love of all those people who were graced with the pleasure to know you, even for the short spaces of time some of us shared with you. Know that we're grateful for the time we did get, no matter how short.
I know you'll glow brightly in the next worlds, Mandy, you surely did here. Be at peace, and without pain. I hope to see you again, when it's my turn.

Caerlion Arthur

March 15, 2021

No words can express the loss we feel in our hearts with you beginning your new journey. You have been a joy to know, thank you for shining your ray of light in my heart.
I know your boys will know how much you love them. RIP sweetheart. I will keep you forever in my heart 💓 AKA Grams