Kya Jane McCann-Ministeri

October 29, 2012 ‒ October 29, 2012

Columbus, Ohio

Kya Jane McCann-Ministeri, infant daughter of Vincent James and Kimberly Jane (Meenach) Ministeri, passed peacefully in the arms of her family on Monday afternoon October 29, 2012 at the Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital, Westerville.

She was born at 12:03 pm weighing 11.4 ounces and 9.5 inches and met the eyes of Jesus and joined the other Little Angels in God’s Kingdom the same day.

Beautiful Kya gave us a lifetime of love during her short time on earth. A beautiful baby girl who touched so many lives in such a brief time and was loved deeply by family and friends. We will always miss and love you.

Left to cherish the beautiful memory of her short time here on Earth are her parents of Columbus; surrogate parents, Billy and Debra McCann of Ashley; grandparents, Vin and Fran Ministeri of Ashley, Dianne Kaelber of Radnor, Don and Robin Meenach of Delaware, Bill and Deb McCann of Cardington, and Diane and Wayne Hawley of Radnor; great grandparents, Ted and Barb Luke of Marysville, Mona Wooten of Delaware, Donald Meenach of Circleville, and Don and Dorothy Kaelber of Radnor; nephews, Cody, Clayton, and Colton McCann; nieces, Cecelia and Marsella Smith; aunts and uncles, Dana Jagger of Radnor, Aimee and Mike Smith of Delaware, Luke Meenach of Delaware, Leslie Buechel of Columbus, Amanda Fetter of Delaware, and Matt and Amy Hawley of Galena. She was preceded in death by a great grandfather Tom Wooten, great grandmother Marilyn Meenach and 3 great grandparents Gaetano and Josephine Ministeri, James and Jean Hickman, and William and Phyllis McCann.

Celebration of Life Services will be held on Friday November 2, 2012 at 12:00 (noon) at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 1510 W. William St., Delaware, with Pastor Gary Underwood officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the services. Burial will follow in Peak Cemetery.

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