Judith Ann Kellner, 73, of Olathe, passed away peacefully on March 22, 2021 at Nottingham Health and Rehabilitation with her family by her side.
She was born on October 17, 1947 to George and Genevieve Conklin at Kansas City, KS. She grew up as the only child in Kansas City, KS and graduated from Bishop Ward high school in 1965. She attended Mount St. Scholastica (go Ravens!) and graduated with honors in 1969 with her degree in French. Shortly after, she started her career as proud flight attendant for TWA. She flew all across the country and had many extravagant stories to tell from her many travels. She then became a dedicated Office Manager for multiple medical practices in the KC Metro area.
On August 25, 1983, she married the love of her life, Kenneth Kellner. Together they raised two children, Kyle and Megan in Olathe, KS.
Judy was a member of Prince of Peace Catholic parish and cherished her catholic faith and values. She lit up every room she entered, and her beautiful spirit was a bright light. She had a love for the Plaza, anything chocolate, enjoying her favorite TV shows, being the score keeper at her kid’s games, crafting, getting her hair and nails done, Mo-town music and spending time with her five precious grandchildren who she absolutely adored.
Judy is survived by her daughter, Megan (Justin) Miller, and her son, Kyle Kellner (Gretchen). Her five grandchildren, Jordan (13), Kinsley (9), Lainey Miller (3), Brady and Cooper Kellner (8).
She is preceded in death by her adoring husband, Kenny Kellner and her loving parents, George and Gen Conklin.
Visitation will be held Monday, March 29, 2021 at Prince of Peace Catholic church in Olathe, KS starting at 9:00am. Rosary will begin at 10:00am and mass to follow at 10:30am.
Private burial will be held on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at Leavenworth National Cemetery.
Flowers may be sent to Prince of Peace catholic church and/or a monetary donation to assist Megan and Kyle with funeral expenses is greatly appreciated.
The family would like to thank Nottingham Health and Rehab, and Crossroads Hospice for caring for Judy in such a comforting way all this time. They would also like to thank all their family and friends for the outpouring of love and kindness during this difficult time.
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