The world lost “Kelly Roseberry,” a brilliant person known for her commitment and dedication, recently. This thread contains all the details regarding Kelly’s passing.
When Did the Kelly Roseberry Die?
Following severe injuries they suffered in a car accident, Kelly and her newborn baby, Noah Ryan Roseberry, departed this life on Saturday, October 28, 2023. At the prestigious Travis Mills Foundation, Kelly Roseberry served as vice president.
The organization expressed its gratitude to Kelly and announced in a social media post:
“It’s with the deepest sadness that we share this news about Kelly Roseberry, Vice President of Programming at the Travis Mills Foundation.”
Where Will Kelly Roseberry’s Funeral Services Be Held?
Kelly will be available for visitation at Knowlton and Hewins Funeral Home, 1 Church Street, Augusta, on Monday, November 6th, from 1 to 5 PM.
The Augusta Civic Center, 76 Community Drive, Augusta, will host her and Noah’s funeral ceremony on Tuesday, November 7th at 11 AM. Burial will immediately follow at 1 PM at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 163 Mount Vernon Road, Augusta. Family and friends are most welcome.
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What Work Did Kelly Roseberry Do in Her Life?
Roseberry was born into a military family and spent her childhood living all over the world, including the US and Germany. She earned a degree in food, exercise, and nutrition from Virginia Tech. She then pursued her doctorate in physical therapy at Shenandoah University.
Roseberry treated military officers as a medical intern at the Landstuhl Hospital and the Quantico Officers Candidate School after receiving her degree. She held the position of coordinator of clinical education at both the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the Walter Reed National Medical Center.
Kelly Roseberry joined the TMF in 2017 along with her spouse. She oversaw the TMF and volunteered at the Veterans Administration Hospital as an amputee expert and personal trainer. She also served as the director of the Amputee Kids Ski Camp and as a volunteer adapted ski instructor.
She also instructed adjunct courses in occupational therapy and physical therapy at the Universities of Southern Maine, New England, and Shenandoah. For further updates on news about other people’s accidents, deaths, causes of death, and other information, you can follow us on Twitter.