Kelly Roseberry, Vice President of Travis Mills Foundation has died in a Car Accident

The Travis Mills Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting post-9/11 veterans and their families, mourns the loss of its Vice President of Programming, Kelly Roseberry. Known for her dedication, passion, and warmth, Kelly’s tragic passing has left a void that will be deeply felt by all who knew her.

Who was Kelly Roseberry?

Kelly Roseberry was a steadfast and passionate leader who served the Travis Mills Foundation since its inception in 2013. Her role as Vice President of Programming saw her develop and oversee programs and services offered to veterans and their families at the foundation’s retreat in the Belgrade Lakes Region of Maine.

Coming from a military family with several relatives who served in the armed forces, Kelly had a strong connection to the military community. She was also no stranger to adversity, having battled and survived breast cancer in 2019. gif maker 47

Kelly was known for her warm personality, positive energy, and creative vision. Always looking for new ways to improve the quality of life and well-being of the veterans and their families who visited the retreat, she was seen as a mentor and friend by many staff members and volunteers at the foundation.

Kelly Roseberry Accident, What was the Cause of Death?

On October 30, 2023, Kelly tragically died from injuries sustained in a car accident on her way to work. This unexpected and devastating event has left her family, friends, and colleagues in deep sorrow.

Kelly’s cause of death was a car accident. At the young age of 38, she was taken too soon, leaving behind her husband, Matt, and her two children, Tyler and Hailey.

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While there are no words to describe the deep loss the Travis Mills Foundation feels after the passing of Kelly Roseberry, Vice President of Programming, and her son, Noah, there are words, however, that will forever epitomize the person Kelly was: Loving Wife – Grateful Mother – Daughter – Fierce Veteran Advocate – Patriotic – Loyal Friend.Kelly would do anything for anyone, and often demonstrated that in her work with veterans throughout the years and in her relationship with her colleagues at TMF. Both she and her husband, Chris, the love of her life, moved to Maine in 2017 to embark on the adventure of establishing the Travis Mill Foundation.She changed so many lives at TMF – she even saved lives, especially of those veterans she personally invited to participate in the Foundation’s Warrior PATHH program for Post-Traumatic Stress. The Family Program at the Foundation was where Kelly’s skills and compassion as a physical therapist shone. She would find a way to adapt any activity that a post-911 recalibrated veteran wanted to try – the sky was the limit. She gave so many people hope – especially the veterans and their families who thought they could never have a normal life post-injury. Kelly’s dedication to her family, especially her daughter, Emma Grace, was steadfast. On National Daughter’s Day, Kelly recently wrote: “To the one that made me a Mom. So blessed to get a front row seat to watch her conquer the world.”To Emma, if you’re anything like your Mom – and we know you are – you will do incredible things; and always stay a Daddy’s Girl – Chris needs you now and forever as he mourns the loss of your mom and little brother. We will be heartbroken for what feels like forever, but we’ll do what Kelly would have wanted us to do, make TMF the BEST veterans organization it can be.Kelly will be remembered for her gentle way but also her willingness to say “No” to anyone or anything that didn’t properly serve her beloved post-911 recalibrated veterans. She had an immense collection of red, white and blue shoes, clothing and accessories – she even rocked a pair of heels embellished with the colors of our flag while she was 9 months pregnant at our 3rd Annual Building Strength Gala. Go Army. Beat Navy.Per the family’s wishes, donations in Kelly’s memory to benefit the Travis Mills Foundation can be made here >>> Travis Mills

Kelly Roseberry Obituary

Today, we remember Kelly Roseberry, a devoted wife, loving mother, and passionate advocate for post-9/11 veterans and their families. Her relentless dedication to the Travis Mills Foundation and the veterans it serves left an indelible mark on the organization and those it helps.

Jay Collins

The world lost a truly amazing person. Kelly was tough, brilliant, compassionate, and a dear friend to so many. We are heartbroken. She was my physical therapist when I lost my leg – like so many I would not be where I am without her friendship and support. Her impact on this world and the lives of so many severely injured service members and their families is truly astounding. She is loved by so many. Please keep her family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. Chris Roseberry we love ya and are so sorry.

Kelly’s warmth, positivity, and resilience were a light for many, and her legacy will continue to inspire and motivate those who knew her and those who will benefit from the work she did.

As we mourn Kelly’s passing, we also celebrate her life – a life marked by service, courage, and an unwavering commitment to making a difference. Our deepest condolences go out to her family during this difficult time. Kelly Roseberry, you will be deeply missed, but your spirit and the impact you made will never be forgotten.

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