Despite teen’s death, she gave life to others

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Organs passed along to 3 others; fundraiser Saturday at Sonic

By Jeff Bryan

Super Heroes are immortal.
Now so is Samantha Kelley.
The 19-year-old Citrus Springs resident who died as a result of her injuries sustained in a car wreck was remembered for her “big heart” Saturday at Rainbow Springs State Park, where her life was celebrated, not mourned. After the somber ceremony, her ashes were scattered into the waterfall at the park.
“She felt at home here,” said her father Joe. “This is where we did so many family gatherings, she just loved it here.”

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