Kelly Ann Weston
April 10, 1969 – July 1, 2018
Kelly Ann Weston was born on April 10, 1969 and passed away on July 1, 2018.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, July 28, 2018
Kelly Ann Weston
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July 23, 2018
Kelly was a ray of sunshine, an inspiration and a true friend with stellar comedic flair!
I cherish the time that we spent together.
So many wonderful memories...... lots of laughter, good food, coffee, music, farkle, giant jenga, bobcats, turtles and playing at the playground. No matter what we did....it was our mission to have fun doing it!
She was such a trooper with a phenomenal spirit. Kelly will always have a special place in my heart.
Love & Peace be with you, my sweet turtle friend.........until we meet again. I toast a mocha ice coffee to you!
July 21, 2018
Leave it to you, girl...to find your way out on the tail of a star...I was anxious and sad already...and then I happened to check in...and you were gone...lady...you were kind...you were calm...you were fun...you made me smile. I love you, and I am so glad to have known you. I am proud to call you a friend. Your strength was undeniable! There’s a whole heaping of chicken soup just waiting for you! ❤️
I love you, Kelly! I miss you!
“The living grieve for themselves,” and we grieve but celebrate...for you, my friend! 🥂
July 10, 2018
Love you Kelly! I loved hanging out with you at the Back In Black shows, miss you and hope you are up there rockin with the rockers that beat you there!🌹
July 10, 2018
All of here at Lone Star 92.5 are saddened by the news of the passing of one of our favorite longtime listeners Kelly. Her smiling face always brightened our events, especially the Bring In The Weekend Parties where she was a regular, and frequent Rock Trivia champion! She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to her family
July 5, 2018
May you find comfort in this ancient passage that has brought hope to millions-
John 5: 28, 29. All the best to your family.
July 4, 2018
Kelly was a friend for life. We first became friends in elementary school when we were small. We lost touch for a few years as people often do but then reconnected and it was as if there was no time gap at all. We often teased one another about being sisters separated at birth because when together people would ask often if we were. Kelly helped me get through one of the most difficult times in my life. She was better at talking things out than me but she had a way of counciling me that eventually made me speak and she turned into the best listener and confidante. I loved our dinners together at Tino’s and when she would surprise me by dropping by to see me at work, usually to talk about her next trip to Galveston with other friends, and for me to give her the fashion okay on some outfit or shoes she had picked up. She had too many friends to count. I loved when we would get to laughing so hard that she would make me gasp for air and she would snort and then we would both be rolling in tears with our sides aching. I’m going to miss you so much Kellzbellz!!! Until we meet again my sweet friend, rest in Jesus arms now. I love you. ~Jennypoo
July 3, 2018
30+ years of friendship, our Mothers working together for many years was something we joked about often "I'll tell your mother" was a common threat that kept me straight, as our senior year ended and we got caught up in our lives we drifted apart, I didn't see her in the hallway every day like I had for so many years, instead I would feel a tap on my shoulder at metal concerts around the Dallas area, it became the normal and I welcomed it, I will miss you friend and will be missing that tap on my shoulder at every show. Those early Pantera shows were the best, thank you for the memories Kelly R.I.P
July 3, 2018
Kelly and I have been blessed to have known each other since the 4th grade. She lived around the corner from me so we spent a lot of time growing up together swimming, going to the mall and of course listening to music. Thru the years we lost touch but found our way back to each other! Kelly and I would always make it a point to have dinner every couple of weeks to meet up and talk about life and anything else going on. I love her quirky sense of humor, her honesty and her laughter. Kelly is a best friend to me and I will miss our talks and dinners. I know she enjoyed it when my husband and I would come over while she was ill in her house. I loved holding her hand and just talking to her. She loved knowing that someone was just there with her. We talked about God, about Psalm: 23 to be exact. She agreed with me that she was in God's hands and that she wouldn't worry. She knows where she is going. I know she is now lying in those cool green pastures with our Lord right by her side. No pain, no hurt and no worry. My daughter sent this to me today for comfort. 1 Peter 5:10- "And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast". I love and miss you so much Kelly. We will see each other again.
July 2, 2018
Kelly and I were friends for about 13 years. She was my sidekick during the majority of those 13 years. She always had a smile on her face. I don't think she ever met a stranger. I used to joke with her that she knew everyone in DFW. She didn't disagree. I have so many wonderful memories of her and most of them include our adventures at the Back In Black concerts. We had lots of laughter and made some fun memories on our band adventures in South Padre Island, Galveston, Houston, Austin and all over the DFW Metroplex. I have so many wonderful memories of Kelly that I will cherish forever, but my best memory of Kelly is that she was a great friend. She always had an ear to listen and she always gave her honest opinion, whether I wanted to hear it or not. She didn't betray anyone's trust or confidences, either. She was someone that I trusted completely and she knew she could trust me, as well. We often got together and vented our frustrations to one another. which we referred to as confessionals. We were confessing all of our frustrations to each other and venting. Anytime one of us was having a rough time, we'd call or text and ask if we could get together for confessionals. We both knew what they meant and we were always available for these much needed vent sessions. Kelly was such a great friend and I will miss her tremendously. RIP, my friend! You were loved by so many!