Kelly Boyce Hurlbert

Paul and Kelly on the happiest day of their lives.

In the early morning of July 5th, Kelly Boyce Hurlbert’s life was tragically taken by a hit and run driver on Washington St in Traverse City, MI. Kelly is loved and remembered by her husband Paul, and her family and friends. This website is devoted solely to purpose of remembering Kelly Boyce Hurlbert.

This link is a piece done on 9&10 News by Jack O’Malley. You can View the video at this link

“Jack’s Journal” Kelly Hurlbert’s Family and Friends Search For Answers

We have set up a donation account through Paypal that will help with hospital, funeral service, and Paul.

 


Click Here to Donate

In order to honor the life of Kelly a great amount of coordination is required with her friends and family. We greatly appreciate your patience at this time and please know that we are doing everything we can to get information updated as soon as possible.

You can also donate to the Paul Hurlbert Benefit Fund locally at any Traverse City State Bank location.
Click on the Traverse City State Bank Logo for more information.Traverse City State Bank Cherry Leaf Logo

Thank you to all of the volunteers who have contacted us over the last few hours. We are reading your emails. We have passed the information along to Maggie Smith, a very close friend of Kelly’s, and she has written a beautiful obituary. I am positive Maggie will do a great job with the site along with the help of Deward Knapp, who was referred by friends of Paul and Kelly, on the website.

Please feel free to contact us with your ideas.

Thank you all so much for your support.

 

Comments (2)

  • Erin Ryan ( Wilkins )

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    I grew up with Nicole, Kelly’s sister but knew the whole family. I walked through a woodsy path to the trout ponds. My heart is broken for you all. My thoughts and prayers continue for you!

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  • leanne lindsay

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    I am dismayed to see the removal of Kellly’s memorial. What happened to it? My family is still grieving for her and her family. It was my kids (children, nephew and nieces – all adults) that were right behind her by only minutes on their bikes that horrible night. My niece Ellen picked Kelly’s bike off of the street and placed it on the lawn in front of our house (626 Washington) not knowing what had just happened. They heard all of it – but saw very little. They are the ones who called 911. They are haunted by memory of it all. Our hearts still ache for you, all of you and for us as we feel maybe we could have done something differently, something that may have helped. Our lives will forever be impacted by her untimely and cruel death. We pray that one day, someone will be accountable for her death. Such a beautiful young woman…..We are so sorry for you all.
    Sincerely,

    Leanne Lindsay
    626 Washington

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