Kelle, we are forever bonded by Ricardo. I hope you see him in Heaven. Im sorry we didnt get to truly know one another.
I hope you are living such a wonderful and beautiful life now. If you see Rick, tell him we miss him.
My condolences to Kelles friends and family. ❤️
Melissa & Siobhan Diaz
Surviving Wife and Child of
Sgt Ricardo E Diaz
Kelle is missed tremendously. She was a genuine, sweet and kind person. I recall the moment she held my daughter in the hospital and her smile was one I will never forget. She earned the Aunt name immediately at that time because I could tell how loving she was with babies and was sweet to my son as well. She also absolutely loved many animals and Bree, her dog, had a special place in Kelle's heart. That was her baby.
I will miss our talks and I will always be thankful for the piece of her heart that she shared for my brother. She truly worshiped the ground he walked on; she was his biggest cheerleader.
Although life can be so odd in ways that we do not understand, I embraced every bit about my brother returning to be with Kelle after years being apart. God really does have a plan as the time from that point on with the two was clearly of His will; they both needed each other.
My condolences to her family and everyone she loved and was friends with. She left a beautiful mark in all of our hearts.
Kelle was a ray of sunshine. She could bridge difficult subjects with poise. She loved critters from dogs to bunnies, the seasons, Thanksgiving cuz it revolved around the three f's, food, football, family. The TV show Ellen was a great spirit lifter but the love for her family was front and center.
My fiance and I meet Keller 3 years ago. Brooke (my fiance) and Kelle clicked almost instantaneously. They were almost on separable... The love Kelle shown to my family was something that I will never forget. My kids loved her and she loved them the same. We all loved Kelle and to here that she passed is hard. I thank God that she is no longer suffer buy we lost an angel and heaven gained one.
This is terrible news! Kelle was definitely a ray of sunshine in a world of darkness! We worked together while in Roanoke, Va and I always found myself smiling in her company. Especially during football season when Tampa and Carolina played on Sundays. My condolences to all her loved ones!