To all my family and friends, I want to let you know who I am from myself.
I am Kelli Robinson-Ryner born November 24th, 1966 at Beth Israel Hospital to the late Arlene Hargett and William Robinson. I have 3 brothers Michael, Phillip, and Desmond and 1 sister Rose. I married Michael Ryner o n December 24th, 2001.
I grew up on Staten Island since 1973. I attended Epiphany Lutheran School, I.S. 61, Curtis High School, and I graduated from Port Richmond High School. I have had plenty of jobs from working for MTA, the post office, Mt. Loretta, and OCPF. I got the most pleasure from working with the developmentally disabled. I have come across many people, some good and some not so good. However, I have no regrets. I have done some not so pleasant things to people which I have tried to apologize for. I am gone now so I hope you have gotten over it, LOL. I have lived a joyful life. So now I would like to thank you all for coming to see this shell of my body off. Please I do not want any crying, snot or boogers dripping over me, I was not that person. I was a happy person, my family would say I was the LOP – Life of the Party. So, let us celebrate and party, remember me for the person who you know, count your blessings, try to always end your conversations with a positive note because you never want to leave room for regrets, for we never know the time or minute or hour that we may no longer be here.
Kelli is survived by her daughter’s Kalimah Harrell, and Kneysha Smith, her son’s Tamal Smith, Tay’mel Pocher, Tavon Ryner and Stepson Saint Ryner, her brother Phillip Hysmith and his wife Doris Elaine Hysmith, her sister Rose Robinson, her granddaughter’s Sabrinna Smith and Sabriyya Smith, nieces Tarsha Guinn, Angel McKie, Puppy, Shawanda Claxton, Rachel Hyter, Bianca Robinson, and Reina Robinson, nephews Elome Guinn, Phillip J. Hysmith, Alex Miller, Malik Miller, Shakim Milker, Timothy Robinson and a host of cousins, uncles and aunts. She is preceded in death by her mother Arlene Hargett, father William Robinson, brothers Michael Robinson and Desmond Robinson, sister Jan Guinn, grandson Shamair Stephens and her husband Michael Ryner.
I will leave with this: Please do not cry when you say goodbye because it is never goodbye, it will always be I’ll see you later. I lived a good life; I have had more than the average. I love my children and family, siblings, friends and foes, but this was my life and here I go. So do not weep for me be glad, do not be sad or mad cause my dad called me home. I love you all, your mother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend.
Kelli Robinson- Ryner
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