Kelly Inman

Obituary of Kelly Jo Inman

Kelly Jo Inman, 37 of Midland Michigan, passed away early Tuesday July 27, 2021, surrounded by her family after her courageous battle with cancer. She was born June 26, 1984, in Midland, Michigan to Lawrence and Sharon Inman. Kelly was raised in Midland and graduated from Bullock Creek Schools. She enjoyed her work as a babysitter for many nieces, nephews, and cousins, including Kaiden and Rosalie. Kelly was a loving and compassionate person who was family oriented. She loved spending her summers camping with her family and friends. She would spend hours riding trails on the golf carts with everyone. Some of her favorite nights were spent around the campfire listening to music and enjoying the company of family and friends. She enjoyed making memories with her loved ones. She enjoyed going to see her favorite artists and bands in concert. She also enjoyed her time with her favorite dog, Memphis. She is survived by her siblings, Christopher and Kelli Inman (Jacob and Trent), Jennie Inman (Anthony and Alyssa), Zachary and Kimberlee Inman (Zachary Jr, Savanna, Lucas, Penelope, and Kylie), Michael and Lisa Inman (Joseph, Tabitha, Kenny) and Sharon Inman. She also left behind her special friend, Bryon McCann; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was an Aunt Kelly to so many others. A graveside service will be held at a later date at the Midland Cemetery. The family will receive friends after the service, location is to be determined. In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider memorial contributions to The American Cancer Society in honor of Kelly’s battle with cancer. To sign online guestbook, visit Arrangements made with the Cremation Society of Mid Michigan.
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