It is with deep sorrow and regret that the family of Alexis A. Keasley announces that she was given a pair of angel wings on Sunday, May 23rd, 2021, after incurring injuries from a car accident on Saturday, May 22nd. It is hard to accept that God chose to give her wings so early (she was 8 years old), but her family’s faith tells us He must need her for some special purpose. And her family knows how much she deserves those angel wings.
For those of us she touched before she left us, though, every memory of her is a blessing; it brings a pang of grief and heartache, but with the grief comes a rush of love—-Lexi’s love, and her trust in our love. In the eight years she spent on this earth that love and trust cast a rich and vibrant glow on everyone who came to know her. Even though she is gone, the warmth from that glow will never leave us.
Alexis is survived by her father, Shamar Keasley; her mother, Tricia Consul; her brother, Jordan; her paternal grandmother Carla Keasley, her paternal grandfather Jarvis DeShields, her paternal aunt, Rickia Keasley; great uncle, Leroy Keasley; uncle, Christopher Consuk (Heather); cousins Amere, Sanaa, Saiyyia, Saleem, Demir, Felix and her sister-bestie Kattleya and an entire community of extended family and friends who have been devastated and heart-broken by her sudden passing.
She is predeceased by her paternal aunt, Brittany Keasley, her maternal grandmother Beth A. Shainline, and maternal grandfather Ronald Consul.
The family thanks and appreciation to all who gave monetary donations toward Alexis' funeral expenses.
A viewing will be held from 9:00 AM to 10:45 AM, on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, at Gateway Church, 160 Cowan Road, Parkersburg, PA 19365.
Funeral services will begin at 11AM. The service can be viewed LIVE on Zoom beginning at 10:45 AM by using the link below:
WATCH SERVICE LIVE on 6/2/2021
Meeting ID: 823 1381 9427
Interment will be held in Zion Hill Cemetery, Atglen.
Friends and family are invited to share condolences and reflections on the online guestbook.
Flowers may be sent to the church on the day of the service. The theme colors are pink, white and gold.
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