Tiffin University Freshman and outside hitter Kenadee M. Siebenaller died unexpectedly Saturday Sept. 29, 2018 at the age of 18.
Tiffin University posted a memorial video to social media, tweeting the message, “heavy hearts today as we honor and mourn Kenadee Siebenaller.”
Heavy hearts today as we honor and mourn Kenadee Siebenaller. #Choosehappy 💛💛💛 pic.twitter.com/aUkkRw0JiZ
— TiffinU (@TiffinU) October 3, 2018
In the video the following prepared statement was read out loud to what appears to be a group of students.
[Kenadee] Had just begun at Tiffin University. She carried all of the best traits a person could have. She was smart, witty, kind, caring, and quite the comedian. Kenadee radiated positivity and happiness. She somehow managed to live life care free yet be responsible and hard working. She woke up early every morning and worked in house keeping until it was time for class. After attending classes all morning she’d come to practice where she would work just as hard. And after that would go to her job in the game room where she would sometimes work until midnight. That was the most amazing thing about Kenadee. Not only was she able to balance it all, but the pure fact that she never complained. Kenadee chose to be happy.
Kenadee is survived by here father and mother, Matthew and Melissa (Weisenauer) Siebenaller.
Visitation will take place from 10am-2pm on October 5 at Grace Community Church in Fremont, Ohio followed by funeral services at 2pm.
In her obituary it’s written that memorial contributions may be made to the Siebenaller family to use for a charity of their choice and online expressions of sympathy may be made via www.hoeningfuneralhome.com.