MYRTLE BEACH—Kelli M. Pierfy, 50, passed away May 31 at Conway Medical Center in Conway.

Kelli was a special gift to her parents and sister and all who knew her. She radiated a beautiful and unconditional love.

She was born in Trenton, New Jersey, and resided in Hamilton most of her life before moving to Florence, for six years then returning to Hamilton, New Jersey, and a more recent move to Myrtle Beach.

Granddaughter of the late Jeffrey and El Merinda Pierfy and Richard and Ann Williams, she is survived by her parents Jeffery and Jean Pierfy of Myrtle Beach; sister, Traci Richardson of Myrtle Beach; niece Alexandria Richardson and partner Chelsea Branton of Myrtle Beach; nephews Zachary Richardson of North Carolina and Luke Richardson and his fiancé Amelia Granata of South Carolina; aunts June Mundell of Phillipsburg, New Jersey, Joan and Jack Pachuta of Yardley, Pennsylvania, Jayne and Lou Cammiso of Washington Crossing and Pam and Janet and Bill Temple of Old Saybrook, Connecticut;great-aunt and uncle, Pat and Arnold Constantini of Hamilton, New Jersey, and many loving cousins.

Kelli attended Sr. Georgine Learning Center and Sypek Center in Trenton, New Jersey. She worked at the Mercer County ARC Workshop for more than 17 years.

Memorial donations may be made to The Miracle League of Mercer County, c/o Hamilton Robbinsville Rotary Club, P.O. Box 9297, Trenton, NJ 08650.

A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated June 8 at St. Michael Catholic Church in Murrells Inlet.

A Mass of Christian burial, at Our Lady of Sorrows/St. Anthony Catholic Church in Hamilton, New Jersey, will be celebrated at a later date.

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