Kelly D. (Bennett) Kvalkauskas

Born: Sun., Jul. 17, 1966
Died: Thu., Jun. 22, 2017


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ELDRED, Pa. — Kelly D. (Bennett) Kvalkauskas, 50, of Elm Street, passed away on Thursday (June 22, 2017) at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport, following a lengthy illness.
Born July 17, 1966, in Olean, N.Y., she was a daughter of  Paul and Dorothy Stuck Bennett.
She was a graduate of the Otto Eldred High School and went on to school in Williamsport, where she met and married her husband, Terry Kvalkauskas, who preceded her in death on March 10, 1998.
She was “The Lady at the Smith Hometown Store, who knows where everything is...”
She was a member of the Eldred United Methodist Church. She enjoyed gardening, crafting, participating in the local Zumba classes, harassing all the customers at the hardware store and shopping.
She is survived by her daughter, Yasmine (Titus) Griffith of Allegany, N.Y.; a stepson, Terry Kvalkauskas Jr. of Williamsport; three sisters, Debbie Bird of  Eldred,  Barbara (Rickey) Briel of Biloxi, Miss. and Sarah (Phil) Hall of East Aurora, N.Y.; special nieces and nephews, Karen Frank, Katie Dynda, Andy, Greg and Jason Bird, Ricky Lord, all of whom she was very close to; many special grandnieces and grandnephews; and her special partner, Stephen Troupe of Eldred.
A celebration of Kelly’s life was held on Saturday (June 17, 2017). Burial will be in Mountain Cemetery in Brockway. Arrangements are under the direction of Frame Funeral Home. Memorials can be made to the Eldred Area Free Library and Historical Society or the Eldred Ambulance Service.
Online condolences may be made at www.framefuneralhome.com.

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Betsey Kemp
   Posted Sun June 25, 2017
I was so sorry to see she passed away. I for one will miss her help and advice at the hardware store. May her family take comfort in knowing she is no longer in pain.