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In Memory

Kelly Munns

Kelly Munns

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08/12/10 10:45 AM #1    

Blake Dias (Marks-Dias)

Kelly's family and my family were close, and we would often spend holidays and other events together.  Kelly was quiet, but deep, and had a kind spirit.  He had personal struggles and died the year after graduation.  Looking at this site and the other classmates' profiles makes me realize how many of life's experiences Kelly missed out on.  RIP, Kelly, we miss you.

08/20/10 02:54 PM #2    

Heidi Elkins (Nelson)

 Kelly was a special person.  He had a quiet nature, but a big heart.  I remember him as being someone that was very loyal to his friends.  While he didn't smile all the time, when he did it lit up the room!  So many memories of Kelly. I think of him often.  I hope you are resting in peace, Kelly...you are missed.

08/21/10 05:36 PM #3    

Jennifer Lingo (Skaftun)

I spent many a nights out with Kelly since he was close friends with my boyfriend at the time.  I absolutely loved the guy.  He had such a gentle spirt and was actually quite funny .  Although I did most of the talking (which happens in most instances), he and I had some deep discussions and I always felt so safe with him.  I was at college when I got the call about his death.  I was deeply saddened by the news then and am still every time I think about it.  He was just one of those people who needed a little more time and he could have such a wonderful life.  Such a loss.

01/31/11 10:54 AM #4    

Alan Orr

I only found out about Kelly's death a few months ago, and I was shocked to say the least. This guy was one of the toughest guys I knew growing up. Kelly and I went to Mullen Road Elementary, Sacajewea Jr. High, and of course Ferris together. He was a true friend, and a great guy. I tear up every time I think about him. I miss you Man! RIP brother.

11/15/19 12:53 PM #5    

Melinda Bassett

This is sad to hear! I vaguely remember Kelly and didn't know him well. I'm so sorry to hear about this 😕


08/25/20 04:19 PM #6    

David Forsyth

Kelly was an introvert, but we sat by each other in classes and this guy was a closet comedian. We would always laugh together at our jokes. Of course I would laugh loud enough to be excused from class and he would laugh quietly. Then we would laugh the following day that I got in trouble. Wash, rinse, and repeat. Maybe he was trying to get me suspended. RIP Kind soul.

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