Kendall Lee Ketterer

Born on December 8, 1995 in Melbourne, Florida
Departed on January 22, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Kendall Lee Ketterer, born on December 8,1995 (age 26) passed from this life on January 22, 2022 in Melbourne Florida alongside her beloved Humberto Barunda and their puppy Maru, both of whom she dearly loved; all immediately killed as a result of a deadly accident when a truck violently collided with their car.

Kendall was a quiet caring young woman. One of her many attributes was true affection for family members. She is survived by her parents Kenneth C. Ketterer and Edie Ketterer-Fitzgerald, brother K.C. and sister Emma, and her grandparents Ken and Ellen Ketterer, Catherine Kerns and Mary Fitzgerald.

Many of her friendships began a long time ago through the schools she attended:
Holy Trinity Epicsopal Academy, Surfside Elementary, DeLaura Middle School, Satellite High School, and Eastern Florida State College. Most recently, her newest friends were fellow employees and customers at “her store”, as she called Publix @Driftwood Plaza Melbourne Beach.

As an aside, we would be remiss if it was not mentioned Kendall’s love for all animal friends….especially her puppy and her 5 cats.

Arrangements are being made through Brownlie & Maxwell’s Funeral Home in Melbourne.

A service will be held on Saturday February 12th at 11:00 a.m. at Holy Apostles Episcopal Church located in Satellite Beach (32937) at 505 Grant Avenue. A Celebration of Life (Florida Casual) will follow in the Parish Hall giving us time to meet each other and share memories.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks you to kindly consider a donation made in Kendall’s memory to the Holy Apostles Memorial Fund or to a non-profit charity of your choice. In the latter’s case, please let the church office know; 321-777-0024

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Jame Mulcahy from Winchester wrote on February 11, 2022:
So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved daughter.
Andrea and Lou Stocks from Indian Harbour Beach wrote on February 3, 2022:
Our life has been made better by the friendship of the kind and caring Ken and Ellen Ketterer. We are so sorry that your wonderful Kendall was taken so tragically from you. Our condolences go to you and the entire family and our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you all.
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