Kelly M. McBride

Hale, Michigan
November 2, 1959 - December 8, 2011

Service Location

121 South Washington Street, P.O. Box 130, Hale, MI 48739


Memorial Service
1:00 P.M., Saturday, December 17, 2011
Buresh Funeral Home
Hale, Michigan

Obituary Notice

Kelly M. McBride
Hale, Michigan

KELLY M. McBRIDE of Hale, formerly of Flint, a homemaker and mom, died Thursday, December 8, 2011 at her beloved sister Tara's house. Kelly lived in Hale nearly eight years.

She is survived by her son, Chanch McBride, Dee and Brittany Handy and her mother, Myrtle McBride. God-mother, Ernestine, second mother, Elizabeth Carter and brother Michael McBride. Sisters Tara (Paul) and Lisa (Carl). Nieces and nephews, Ian McCarriston, Cory and Austin Jennings, Mario, Quintell, Shawna, Shannon and Deniquea and two great-nephews, Evan and Ashton. Also survived by her aunt and uncle Ralph and Kathleen, several cousins and friends. Kelly is preceded in death by her father, "Papa Bear" Jerry McBride and her brother Timothy McBride.

Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, December 17, 2011 at the Hale Chapel of the Buresh Funeral Home, 121 S. Washington. Memorial contributions suggested to Hospice Advantage, envelopes available at the funeral home.


Hospice Advantage


To the McBride Family, I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Kelly.
She was a wonderful person to have known, and a ture friend. Her love for her son and caring for others will be missed. She was a wonderful spirit that was here for a short time. May God Bless you and comfort you.


Robin Campbell and Family
— Robin Campbell
May God be with this enitre family. Kelly was a client of mine . I always enjoyed her company . I feel blessed to have known Kelly as well as some of her family . She truly loved her son and sibilings . Very much about morals and self respect. Kelly you are in Gods hands and your in a much better place . I will miss you and rest in peace .
— Kristie Heal
Kelly & I have been friends ever since the first grade. When my family moved on Ruth Avenue she was my first friend. She never paid attention that we were of a different race...the difference of our skin color never matter. I have met many people in my life but Kelly was one of a kind. She was a true friend and I was blessed to have known her. I remember when she and I would sit on the porch and play with our Barbie dolls. We would laugh and share secrets. I am going to miss her. Time would pass between us seeing one another but whenever we would find one another it was as if we were never separated. I am going to miss her. RIP my friend!

Love ya,
— Katrina Bolton
God Bless you all with peace, knowing that someday you will all be back together again.
The Klier family sends their deepest sympathies.
— Tracy Klier-Jones
I have not seen Kelly for a long long time, but I know just how special she was to her son Chanch. May she rest peacefully. I know she will be missed dearly. Chanch, Robert and I are so sorry we cannot make it to the funeral, but rest assured we are always here for you. RIP Kelly! You raised a wonderful son :)
— Tiffany Locke

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