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He is also survived by loving daughters-in-law as well as devoted nieces and nephews.
Ruth is survived by her 3 daughters, Diane Tartaglia (Tony), Denise Reed (Bill), and Kathy Pfaff (Mike), 2 grandchildren, Kristen Poole (Bryce) and Andrew Tartaglia, her 2 great grandchildren, Caiden and Brynna Poole and close nieces and nephews.
Kennedy is the grandson of the late Robert Kennedy and the great-nephew of late Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy and late president John F. Kennedy.
His nephew, Joseph, also starred at Crespi and played in the NFL.
Robinette said she's had little communication during the past several years with her nieces and nephews.
Maybe, your most cherished memories of the yellow-and-black pet is watching him in on the television screen with your niece and nephews.
We are deeply saddened to share of the loss of Andrew, an amazing brother, son, uncle, nephew, cousin, teammate, mentor and friend who died tragically after a fall at the Chicago O’Hare Airport.
In addition to his wife Bee Ellis and his daughter Neenah Ellis, Len Ellis also is survived by son Leigh Ellis; daughter Marissa Wilson; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and a sister.
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