Forever In the Hearts They Leave Behind

Kelli Rena Maksymowski

September 16, 1965 – August 19, 2022


Kelli Rena Maksymowski (56) passed away peacefully the morning of August 19, 2022 at Mountain Vista Hospital. Kelli was born on September 16th, 1965 in Flint, Michigan, to John R. Vessey and Karoll L. Hagan (Rothermel). She was a long term resident of Mesa, Arizona with her loving husband Randy. They shared many years filled with love, laughter, and travel during their 35 years of marriage. Kelli was the Owner/Director of the “Toddler’s Inn” of Mesa, Arizona where she taught for over 30 years. Kelli had a heart of gold and a beautiful smile. She shared her love of life and teaching with each and every student, friend, and family member with her upbeat, loving personality. She had a strong and abiding faith which she shared with everyone she met.  She is survived by her husband Randy, father John R. and mother Julienne Vessey of Highlands Ranch, Co. Her siblings, Karla Grant, John Vessey, Tracy Vessey, Susan Smith, Leslie Hagan and Steven Vessey. She also has several nephews and nieces that regarded their Aunt Kelli as their favorite. She was preceded in death by her parents Leslie & Karoll Hagan, brother Richard Bennett and sister Karrie Vessey.

Her family will receive friends and guests at 10am, Saturday, September 3rd at Mountain View Funeral Home, 7900 East Main Street, Mesa, Az. 85207. Her family will host a “Celebration of Life” luncheon following the services.

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  1. Ana Hernandez says:

    My thoughts and prayers to all her family and friends. Kelli was a very special person in my life. I loved her so much. May she rest in peace

  2. Rob & Amy Hamblin says:

    Our sincere sympathy, there are no words to take away the pain for losing a truly beautiful person who touched so many, she will not be forgotten, God bless her, rest in peace!

  3. Becker Family says:

    Our thoughts and prayers to the family and friend, miss Kelly will always have a special place in our hearts God bless you and thank you for helping me raise my grandchildren you were a great teacher and Friend) you are now in gods hands spread your wings and fly we love you.

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Kelli Rena Maksymowski

September 16, 1965 – August 19, 2022


Kelli Rena Maksymowski (56) passed away peacefully the morning of August 19, 2022 at Mountain Vista Hospital. Kelli was born on September 16th, 1965 in Flint, Michigan, to John R. Vessey and Karoll L. Hagan (Rothermel). She was a long term resident of Mesa, Arizona with her loving husband Randy. They shared many years filled with love, laughter, and travel during their 35 years of marriage. Kelli was the Owner/Director of the “Toddler’s Inn” of Mesa, Arizona where she taught for over 30 years. Kelli had a heart of gold and a beautiful smile. She shared her love of life and teaching with each and every student, friend, and family member with her upbeat, loving personality. She had a strong and abiding faith which she shared with everyone she met.  She is survived by her husband Randy, father John R. and mother Julienne Vessey of Highlands Ranch, Co. Her siblings, Karla Grant, John Vessey, Tracy Vessey, Susan Smith, Leslie Hagan and Steven Vessey. She also has several nephews and nieces that regarded their Aunt Kelli as their favorite. She was preceded in death by her parents Leslie & Karoll Hagan, brother Richard Bennett and sister Karrie Vessey.

Her family will receive friends and guests at 10am, Saturday, September 3rd at Mountain View Funeral Home, 7900 East Main Street, Mesa, Az. 85207. Her family will host a “Celebration of Life” luncheon following the services.

3 responses to “Kelli Rena Maksymowski”

  1. Ana Hernandez says:

    My thoughts and prayers to all her family and friends. Kelli was a very special person in my life. I loved her so much. May she rest in peace

  2. Rob & Amy Hamblin says:

    Our sincere sympathy, there are no words to take away the pain for losing a truly beautiful person who touched so many, she will not be forgotten, God bless her, rest in peace!

  3. Becker Family says:

    Our thoughts and prayers to the family and friend, miss Kelly will always have a special place in our hearts God bless you and thank you for helping me raise my grandchildren you were a great teacher and Friend) you are now in gods hands spread your wings and fly we love you.

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