Kylee Martelli was born on February 10, 2000, in Sewickley, PA, to the late Deborah (Ferraro)
and the late Vincent Martelli. She passed away on Sunday, September 25, 2022, at her home in
Sewickley at the age of 18.
Kylee enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was an extremely active and
enthusiastic student and athlete. As a member of her high school’s debate team, she traveled to
many competitions across the United States. Kylee was also involved in theater and sang in a
In tribute to Kylee’s passion for life and love of music, her funeral will be held at
First Presbyterian Church of Sewickley on Saturday, October 2nd at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers,
memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice.
Kylee Martelli was born on November 5, 1990, in Sewickley, PA to parents Tom and Debra
Martelli. She was a graduate of Sewickley High School and studied at the College of Southern
After college, Kylee moved to Las Vegas and began working as a dental assistant. On December
1, 2016, she tragically passed away after a long battle with cancer. She was just 26 years old.
Throughout her life, Kylee was an extremely loving person who always put others before herself.
She was always willing to help out her friends and family, no matter what the situation was. Her
funeral service held on December 8th at the First United Methodist Church in Sewickley was
attended by many of her loved ones who shared stories of her amazingness. Kylee will be greatly
missed by all who knew her.
Kylee Martelli, a resident of Sewickley, Pennsylvania, passed away on December 9th after a
long battle with cancer. She was 43 years old.
Kylee began her career as a reporter for the Erie Times-News. She later became the news editor
for the paper before leaving to become the managing editor for WNEP-TV in Scranton. During
her time at WNEP, she was responsible for overseeing all of the station’s news coverage.
In 2007, Kylee decided to return to Erie to take over as the news director for WWLP-TV. During
her two-year tenure at WWLP, she led the station through some difficult times. However, she
was able to turn things around and secure the station’s first-ever Emmy Award for News
After leaving WWLP, Kylee took a break from journalism. She spent some time traveling before
deciding to return to work as the news director for WNEP-TV in 2016. Unfortunately, she only
had a few months left to live when she passed away on December 9th.
Throughout her career, Kylee was known as an innovative journalist who was always looking for
ways to improve her stations
Kylee Martelli was born on March 2, 1988, in Sewickley, Pennsylvania to Frank and Lorraine
Martelli. She attended Sewickley High School where she was a member of the track and field
team. Kylee studied business administration at the University of Pittsburgh. She was employed
as an accountant with Ernst & Young LLP.
Martelli passed away on December 28, 2017, after a long battle with cancer. In addition to her
parents and sister, she is survived by her husband, Brian Obrien; her stepchildren Jack and Lila
Obrien; her nieces Madeline and Sophia Obrien; and her nephews Aidan and Luke Obrien.
The family of Kylee Martelli has announced that a memorial service will be held in her honor on
Saturday, September 8th at 11 am at the Sewickley Crematory.
Kylee was an amazing person and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. We ask that you
please attend and honor her memory with your presence.
Kylee Martelli, a Sewickley, Pennsylvania woman who died in October 2017, has been
remembered by her friends and family as a kind and gentle person.
Martelli was 34 years old when she died after a long battle with cancer. In her obituary, the
Sewickley Times wrote that Martelli was “an amazing friend, sister and daughter” who was
always willing to help out anyone in need.
According to her family, Martelli was also an avid supporter of the arts. She enjoyed going to
concerts and theater performances, and she often donated money to organizations that supported
Martelli is survived by her mother, father, brother, and sister. Her funeral service will be held on
Saturday, November 11th at 11 am at St. John’s Church in Sewickley.
Kylee Martelli was born and raised in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. She was an accomplished artist
who loved to create beautiful works of art.
Martelli was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 17, and she fought the disease for several
years. In 2008, she passed away from leukemia at the age of 26.
Martelli’s artwork was displayed in many prestigious galleries across the United States, and her
work has been featured in many magazines and newspapers. Her paintings are now considered
some of the finest examples of contemporary art in the country.
Martelli’s legacy will live on through her amazing artwork and her passion for life. She will be
dearly missed by her family and friends.
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