August 30, 2005 ~ August 7, 2022

Born in: Columbus, Georgia
Resided in: Lawrenceville, Georgia

Aubry Judson Keith passed away on August 7, 2022. She was 16 years old.

Aubry was born on August 30, 2005 in Columbus, Georgia. Aubry was a happy  and curious child always with a smile, often mischievous, on her face. Both Aubry and  her sister were home schooled by their mother until she was in seventh grade, and they  flourished in their wonderful home school community. She attended Brookwood High  School and had just started her junior year. Aubry’s smile lit up every room and her laugh  was unforgettable. Her magnetic, bubbly, and warm personality put others at ease and  enabled her to thrive in all settings. A social butterfly, she loved spending time with her  many friends and family. Summer was full of fun times at the pool or hiking and laughing  with friends. She loved the beach and being with her cousins. Art and history were her  favorite subjects. She was interested in crystals and their spiritual qualities. Aubry had  planned to go to nursing school and eventually work with pediatric cancer patients. Aubry  was a beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend. She will be  desperately missed and never forgotten by her family and friends.  

Aubry is survived by her loving parents, Grace and Scot Keith of Lawrenceville;  her sister Ella Keith of Lawrenceville; her maternal grandparents Rita and Jim Fordham  of Dalton; her paternal grandparents Barbara and Jud Keith of Kathleen; her aunt, uncle  and cousins Mary and Cameron Bready, Samuel, Thomas and Catherine Bready of  Atlanta; her aunt, uncle and cousins Connie and Alton Montgomery, Tyler, Nick, Drew,  and Lexie Martens and Colt Montgomery of Kathleen; many dear friends; and dogs Misty  and DZ. 

A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Her parents ask that in lieu  of flowers, donations in Aubry’s memory be made to The National Pediatric Cancer  Foundation (www.NationalPCF.org) or Fresh Artists (www.FreshArtists.org). “

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  1. CandleImagePlease accept our deepest condolences, it saddens me beyond words, we played softball with Aubry. She was a wonderful, energetic and beautiful young lady. The world is dimmer without her bright soul and smile. May she Rest In Peace and always be remembered fondly, may God comfort you and hold her close forever more.

  2. CandleImageGrace, Scot, and Ella, you have my deepest sympathy as you grapple to cope with this devastating loss. The loss of someone so vibrant and full of curiosity and spirit is felt so deeply, I know. My heart and thoughts are with you all.

  3. CandleImageMy condolences to all of you. I first met Aubry at the Rock Art Booth at Archaeology Day. She was always coming and going to the booth and making art. She will be missed. May she always be remembered fondly!

  4. CandleImageScot, Grace, and Ella, please accept my deepest sympathy. I work with Connie and I just wanted to let y’all know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. CandleImageWe are saddened beyond what words can ever express. Dixie, especially, enjoyed playing games with Lexie, Ella, and Aubry at the annual get togethers at Pine Mountain. We watched Aubry develop into a beautiful young lady. She will be in our thoughts forever.

  6. CandleImageMy condolences to her family. Aubry was a sweet and wonderful friend and dearly loved by so many. we all love Aubry and she will be dearly missed.

  7. She was an amazing person. Always there for the people who needed it most. You raised an amazing teenager. I wish you the best with your loss.

  8. CandleImageScot , I am so so sorry to hear this . Connie just let us know . Thinking of you all during this difficult time .

  9. Scot. I just heard the news. I am so so sorry. There are no words strong enough to convey how sad I am to hear of your baby’s passing. I can’t even imagine how you and Grace must feel.

    All my love

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