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Saturday, September 17, 2022
Starts at 10:00am (Central time)
A memorial service celebrating the life of Kennedy Marie Handley will be 10 am, Saturday, September 17, 2022, at First Baptist Church of Decatur, officiated by Pastor Cole Wells and Brother Terry. She went to be with her Lord September 3.
Kennedy was born April 10, 2015, in Fort Worth, Texas, to parents John and Brenda Handley.
She was a second-grader at Paradise Elementary School, where she brought light into the lives of everyone she met. She had a natural sweetness and made friends easily, making everyone feel welcomed and special with an ease unique to her. She was a member of Trinity Fellowship Church where she attended with her family. She had many hobbies and interests including crafts, painting, and drawing. She also enjoyed spending time with her family, watching her favorite TV shows and movies, and reading books. Kennedy was passionate about soccer and loved playing the sport, so much so, she wanted to grow up to become a professional soccer player.
Kennedy is preceded in death by her “Papaw” Don Handley, as well as all four of her great-grandparents.
She is survived by her father John Handley; mother Brenda Handley; brother Dane Handley; sisters Jalyn and Gabby Handley; grandparents Donna Handley, Alonso Medrano, and Santos Luevano and Maria Fernandez; aunt Maranda Tupper and family; and uncle Chad Handley and family.
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