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Ellexis R. Cunliffe

May 19, 2015

Ellexis Renee Cunliffe, 14, passed away Tuesday, May 19, 2015.

 

She was born August 30, 2000 at Kansas City the daughter of Don and Roxanna Bays Cunliffe.  Ellexis had attended Wabaunsee High School and was a currently attending Topeka West High School.

 

Survivors include her mother, Roxanna Bays, Topeka: her father, Don Cunliffe, Bonner Springs; two sisters, Breanna and Illyana Cunliffe both of Topeka; two grandmothers, Arlene Bays, Maple Hill and Linda Cunliffe Overland Park.

 

Funeral services for Ellexis will be at 5:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at the Maple Hill Community Congregational Church in Maple Hill.  Interment will be in the Maple Hill Cemetery.  Ellexis will lie in state and the family will receive friends from 3:00 P.M. until service time Tuesday at the church.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to help offset funeral expenses and sent to Piper Funeral Home, 714 Maple St., St. Marys, Kansas 66536.  For a full obituary or to leave condolences go to www.piperfuneralhome.com.

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12 thoughts on “Ellexis R. Cunliffe

  1. I’m her ex Isaac lewis and I miss her every day I just ask myself is this real all the time and I hate my self everyday thinking it’s my fault and if id have just talked to her about her problems then maybe she would be alive.

  2. i meet her skating and i was crying on night she helped me get threw it i miss her so much we talked a lot now that she is gone i cry every night since day one i love her a lot she was my best friend i’m sorry for your lost.

  3. Lexi was a great and caring friend I could have asked for she was so bright man it’s been awhile and every day that goes by I think of her sweet voice. Girlie I’m glad your in a good place.

  4. Lexie was a big part at T-West High school. She cared for everyone, even me. Lexie was that one person who put everyone before her. I am one of her good friends, I am currently a T-west student. When I saw the posts on facebook. I told myself this isn’t real, she could not have done that. Later I found out the hard way. She will always be in our hearts and memory.
    Rest in piece Lexie. We all loved you as you loved us.

  5. Aunt Roxanna, I never met Ellexis but I do have to say I am very sorry for your loss. Prayers are coming from my family; Michele, Kenneth, Kristopher, Kathryn, and Connie. She was my cousin and I love her even though I never met her. She was and still is family. I love you.

  6. My daughter was friends with her at Topeka West. Your loss is such a shock. She was “insanely funny”, as my daughter tells it. I was actually looking forward to meeting her this summer.

    Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time.

  7. We enjoyed having Lexi over after church. She was a good friend to the boys and a joy to have at youth group.

  8. My son and daughter, Wesley and Madison Lowrey both went to Topeka West with your daughter. We had the pleasure of seeing her perform at their most recent choir concert, she was vibrant and beautiful and certainly stood out in the crowd! My kids, both choir kids are older than your daughter and did not know her well but were both affected and saddened at your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and family and pray Gods peace & comfort in the days and months ahead.

    Jim, Marilee, Wesley, Madison & Wyatt Lowrey

  9. Arlene,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy. We’re keeping you in our thoughts & prayers. Take care sweet lady.
    The Stum’s ~ Sis & Wilbur

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