Rebecca Louise Griffin

September 11, 1981 - August 28, 2021
Rebecca Louise Griffin


Rebecca Louise Griffin (Kellet), age 39 of Leland, NC, sadly and unexpectedly passed away at her home of Covid-19 complications on August 28, 2021.

Rebecca was born on September 11, 1981 in Pensacola, FL to David Kellet and Theresa Baldwin.

Rebecca is survived by her daughters Lily Anne Griffin and Anya Louise Kellet, her mother Theresa Toenes, her father David Kellet, and her former husband Matthew Griffin.

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  • September 01, 2021
    Lily A Griffin says:
    I'm Rebecca's youngest daughter and she was such a hard worker, even making time while she was highly ill to put in hard work to support us both and I will miss her with all my heart and I am glad she's not suffering anymore, I love you mama and me and Aine both miss you dearly <3

  • September 01, 2021
    Sharon Vitrone says:
    Lilly I loved your mom's smile and how she could make me laugh while we worked together. I will miss her always.

  • September 01, 2021
    Jessica Jaunet says:
    I remember when I first met Rebecca at Firehouse subs in Pensacola when I was 19. We were even roommates when Lily was about 2. We had wild and crazy adventures. She was my go to for so much. Always honest wether you wanted her to be or not lol. There are so many memories that it could feel an entire book of shenanigans. I am gonna miss her smile and her quick ass comments and jokes. Love you Becca.. ❤️❤️❤️

  • September 02, 2021
    Cristina Thibeault says:
    My family and I met Rebecca at East Coast Wings in Orlando. She was the host for Trivia. We went there every Tuesday because we truly enjoyed trivia with her. She was amazing. I have a painting that she did for my second daughter of an elephant. She brought it to the hospital when I had her and she also made sure to bring my favorite chocolate muffin. She was the sweetest and will be missed dearly. Forever in our hearts. Lily we are always here if you need anything. I remember seeing you at trivia with her too. I’m pretty sure you also played Pokémon while you were there, maybe. It’s been awhile.

  • September 02, 2021
    Trevor Campbell says:
    I met Rebecca many years back when she moved to Orlando and joined our U of M alumni club for our football game watches. She quickly became one of our favorite regulars and despite not being an alumni, also became one of our most active members. Rebecca came with me on a club leader workshop trip to Ann Arbor and it was such an awesome time with her. I managed to get us upgraded to first class on the flight and I vividly remember her being so excited because she has never sat up there before. She also became part of a regular group of club members that played trivia in Orlando which eventually led to her becoming a host. I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to watch a U of M game or go to a trivia night without her at least crossing my mind for a brief moment. I hope they serve Irish Nachos in heaven. Save me a plate.