Kelly Ann Lehane

Died: October 29, 2021
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Kelly  Ann Lehane age 54 of Columbia Station passed away peacefully surrounded by family October 29, 2021. Beloved Daughter of James (deceased) and Elaine Lanigan. Loving Fiancée of Michael of 5 years. Loving wife of Timmy of 25 Years. Devoted Mother of Deven (Jeremy), Brenen (Rachael) and Kaley. Loving Sister of Molly (Monte), and Dean (Blaire). Cherished Grandmother of Wren. Aunt to many nieces and nephews and a good friend to many.


The family will receive friends in celebration of Kelly’s life at Humenik Funeral Chapel 14200 Snow Rd Brook Park, 44142 on Friday November 05, 2021 from 4-7 PM, where Memorial Services will be celebrated at 6:30 PM.

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Date: Friday, November 5, 2021

Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Humenik Funeral Chapel


14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142

Service Information

Date: Friday, November 5, 2021

Time: 6:30 pm

Humenik Funeral Chapel


14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142


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Died: October 29, 2021

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The staff of Humenik Funeral Chapel.


Jean Anthony posted on 11/9/21

Our Deepest Sympathies to the Lehane Family and her fiancee Michael.May God give you all strength,courage in the days,weeks and months ahead The Anthony's Ray,Jean,Tracie


GINO posted on 11/6/21

To the family thoughts and prayers for you Rest In Peace


Karen williams posted on 11/5/21

Wow I still cant believe this. Kelly was an awsome friend. Even though we lost touch over the years she was still considered one of my best friends since childhood. I will never forget that day we met. They had just moved in and elaine had seen me and lynda and leslie playing in our yard. She intoduced herself brought molly over in a stroller and kelly was about 7 or 8. We all became inseparable friends after that. From swimming to sleepovers kiddles in the playhouse prank calls....all the goofiness...she was so funny. Kellys house was always open to us as elaine was like our second mom. I too will never forget skating and double dates and so much more to even mention. Almost everyday after school we were together. Kelly was so beautiful inside and out. She was my other sister. I wish we had tried harder to stay more in touch and see our kids grow up. But still through all the years I loved her and always wanted the best for her. She really was my first best friend and will always hold that special place in my heart forever. I am praying for all family and friends now. May the Lord comfort you all. And may we never forget Kelly's smile and kind heart.


Bob Roelle posted on 11/5/21

Prayers out to family & friends


Holly Nock posted on 11/4/21

I'm heartbroken for the loss of my best friend of over 40 years. She was such a giving person, she gave me the shirt off her back literally, I always borrowed her clothes, lol!!! I must just send prayers to her family and friends who are grieving for her. The loss is so heartbreaking and much too soon. She will be missed so profoundly by all who loved her.


Holly Nock posted on 11/4/21

There are so so many memories, since we have been friends since fourth grade. We were pretty much inseparable in elementary and jr high. Roller skating at Berea roll and bowl ice skating at north olmsted rec center. Finding trouble all over the west side. I loved being her made of honor when her and Timmy were married. We had our kids at different times but we brought them together at each other's house through the years. I am so thankful for her in my life and I am going to miss her so.


Deven posted on 11/4/21

Mom, I remember you always taking such great care of me when I was sick. You taught me well, it set me up to be able to take care of you in return. I would do it over a thousand times. All of our trips, talks and hardships. The last 4 years with you taught me so much. I will treasure every single moment we shared forever and ever <3


Molly Lanigan posted on 11/3/21

Love you sis! ❤️Miss you!


Alexandria Crites posted on 11/3/21

I went to school with Brenen and I’m so sorry to hear about their loss. You guys are in my thoughts and prayers


Scott Cynar posted on 11/2/21

So sorry for your loss!! Thoughts and prayers for all the friends and family!! She was loved by many and will be missed for sure.. Much Love Always, Scott Cynar


Gayle Cunard-Campbell posted on 11/2/21

Kelly was my cousin. Although I moved to California decades ago, we had fun times when we were little. ❤️I remember sleep overs and playing in Grandma and Grandpa Cynar’s basement bar. Dancing and singing and I’ve skating on the floor in our socks! Sending love to you all!


Loretta posted on 11/2/21

She will be missed by everyone.My prayers are with her Familey.🙏


Andrea & Diane posted on 11/1/21

Sending love and peace to the Lanigan and Lehane Families. Our deepest condolences on the loss of Kelly. Heaven has gained another angel.


Tracy Oaklief Gigliotti posted on 11/1/21

To Kelly’s family and all who knew her, know that she is at peace when you look for comfort, know that she was loved by many. I Was friends with her growing up through jr. high and high school and this broke my heart terribly. She was always the sweetest person….will never forget her laugh and her beautiful smile. She will never be forgotten in my heart. May God comfort you and give you peace during this difficult time. 🙏🙏🙏


Leslie posted on 11/1/21

My deepest sympathies to all of you. May the Lord Jesus surround you with His peace, grace and love. May you find comfort in Him through your pain and through your joyful memories of Kelly. Love you all, Leslie Brobeck (Gulachek)