Kelly Roseberry dead and obituary, Readfield ME, In Loving Memory of Kell death

It is with great sadness that the family of Kelly M. (McGaughey) Roseberry (PT, DPT, 38) of Redfield, Maine, announce the death of her son, Noah Ryan Roseberry, on October 28, 2023. Kelly’s infectious kindness, generous display of love and giving back to those around her made a profound impact on the lives of many. Her family, friends and the greater community will forever be touched by her warmth and kindness which will forever remain in her memory.

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Kelly was born on March 18, 1985, in Lewisburg, Washington, to James McGaughey and Kathryn McGaughey. Over the course of fourteen years, Kelly’s military family emigrated nine times between the United States and Germany, which shaped their appreciation and respect for sacrifice and duty. After graduating from Woodbridge High School in 2003, she earned a diploma in human nutrition, food and exercise from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2007. Kelly graduated from Shenandoah University in 2010 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Kelly completed physical therapy internships at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland; Officers Candidate School at Quantico; Landstuhl Hospital in Germany; and Officers Candidate School at Quantico for a total of two months each. Wounded soldiers used Landstuhl as a stopover on their way home, and Kelly could treat seriously injured patients within 24 hours.

After graduation, Kelly began to make a major impact. She worked for seven years at the Military Advanced Training Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) and later at Walter Reed National Medical Center as a physical therapist and clinical teaching coordinator. As an amputee specialist, Kelly has made it his career to help people. She often talks about how rewarding it is to work with teams that help people walk again or even learn to walk, or show them they can still ride a bike, ski, or pick up their kids.

Kelly married Chris Roseberry in 2017 after first meeting in 2015 at Walter Reed National Medical Center. Kelly is a devoted and loving mother to her beautiful daughter, Emma Grace. Her second child, Noah Ryan, joins Kelly in heaven. Kelly began serving as program director for the Travis Mills Foundation in 2017. She was subsequently promoted to Vice President of Programs where she continued to make a difference in many lives and build stronger relationships between service members and their families.

Her involvement in adaptive sports, personal and professional experiences, and various veteran-focused non-governmental organizations have contributed to the development of the Travis Mills Foundation. Her husband, Chris, served in the U.S. Army for 21 years, retiring as a sergeant. Chris is currently the Director of Facilities at the Travis Mills Foundation Veterans Retreat Center. Kelly has also served as an adjunct professor at Shenandoah University, the University of New England, and the University of Southern Maine, teaching occupational therapy and physical therapy courses. She is a volunteer physical therapy/amputation specialist at the Veterans Administration Hospital. Kelly also enjoys serving as director and adaptive ski instructor for the annual Amputee Children’s Ski Camp. She enjoys skiing, vacationing with her family in Maine, and attending Virginia Tech football games.

Kelly, her husband Chris and their dog Emma are still alive. She is survived by her parents, James and Catherine McGaughey of Woodbridge, VA; sister, Stacey and fiancé Brad Myers of Richmond, VA; and Kara Way of Essex Junction, VT. Sister Ste, husband Mike, son Hunter and daughter Ava will all be deeply missed. Chris is survived by his parents, Scott and Melody Mack of Lincoln, IL, her brother Ryan Roseberry and his family of Stuttgart, Germany, and Scottie Mack of Lincoln, IL She will also be deeply missed by her and her family. Kelly’s memory continues to be cherished by Aunt Patricia McGaughey and her family, uncles Douglas, Jeff McGaughey and Phillip McGaughey and their families. Many cousins ​​and their families, Aunt Linda Thomas and family, Uncle Tom Malizia and family, and Great Aunt Erin Matkovic all lived in the Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada area.

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