A beloved mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, aunt and friend, Carey Kenyon, 33, left this world unexpectedly on Aug. 1, 2020. She was born on May 15, 1987, in Morgantown. Carey was a 2006 graduate of University High School. She was employed at the Westover McDonalds where she was excited and proud to begin her recent promotion as a manager. Carey had her unique way to make her presence in a room known, and often left you in laughter. When you think of Carey, celebrate the good memories you have of her.
Left to carry on her memory are her two young children, daughter Aubria Hope Kenyon, 10, and son Mailak Michaelo Marone, 3; her loving and devoted mother, Lanie Panico-Martisko and stepfather, Chad Martisko; father, Marty Kenyon; her twin sister, Randal Kenyon and sister Maia Martisko; and nephews, Cayden Kenyon and J.J. Sheffield, all of Morgantown.
She will also be deeply missed and forever loved by her maternal grandparents, Richard “Dick” and Carla Jo Panico, of Westover; maternal aunts and uncles, Rick Panico and Lisa Panico, both of Westover, and Joe and Cathy Panico of Morgantown, and Candy Stout of Riverside, Calif.; paternal step grandfather, James “Eddie” Connell, of Ladson S.C.; paternal aunts and uncles, Dave and Melissa Sackett, of Nashville, Ark., and William “Bill” and Mary Sackett, of Texarkana, Ark.; along with several loving cousins.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Gloria Wolfe, of Morgantown, paternal great grandparents, William “Bill” and Ruth Kenyon, of Westover; grandmother, Beverly JoAnn Connell, of Ladson, S.C.; and beloved cousin, Nicholas Panico, of Morgantown.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the funeral home for the family to create a memorial garden in Carey’s memory, at 770 Fairmont Road Morgantown, WV 26501.
Friends may gather at McCulla Funeral Home from 3-5 p.m. and from 6 p.m. until the time of service at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, with Pastor Daniel Strosnider officiating. Due to COVID-19, CDC guidelines will be followed and a mask must be worn. McCulla Funeral Home is in charge of cremation services after the service.