Rhonda Rae Ellis
Rhonda Rae Ellis
May 10, 1962 ‐ January 26, 2021
Rhonda Ellis, (nee Benisek), age 58, passed away peacefullly on January 26th. Beloved wife of 37 years to Bryon. Loving mother to Rachel (Jamie) and Rebecca. Devoted grandma to Lucy and Luke. Loving daughter of Raymond and Sue Benisek, sister of Connie (Paul), Raymond II (Liz), Glenn (Doreen), Brenda (Vince) and Linda (Brian), and aunt to many. Celebration of Life to take place Friday, February 5 from 5-8 pm at the Lakewood Elks Lodge, 24350 Center Ridge Road, Westlake. Covid precautions and social distancing will be in place.
Chuck & Jenna Logan
Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories too forever hold in your hearts. We are so sorry for your loss.
Chuck, Jenna, Allie, & Ricky
Rhonda was one of the "kids" that was always nice to me in school. Always a friendly hello as I often tried to disappear in class. It was so nice to reconnect on Facebook after all these years. May the Angels lead her to paradise. Her spirit will remain with me. Love and prayers to her family, you undoubtedly will miss her loving soul.
Allen and Ellie Knish
Our Heart felt Sympathy goes out to you and your entire Family, sending Prayers to all.
Chuck and Kathy Logan
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
I am so very sorry for the loss of your dear Mom. She was my mother helper for Rachel and Rebecca in Kindergarten at Birch School. She always came to school expertly dressed and put together but she was willing to paint and play games with all the little ones. I have wonderful memories of her. Makes me smile!
Connie & Paul Cliff
Missing my big sis who will always be in my memories. Our thoughts our with Bryon, Rachel, Becca, Mom, Dad and all the family
Mayfield Heights Ohio
I am so sorry for your loss. Rhonda and I were next door neighbors growing up on Walter. I have known the Benisek family for many years. She will be greatly missed by many.
Stacie Schwarzwalder Servidio
Sending our deepest condolences to all of Rhonda's family and friends.
Lynn Kulow Stoops
High Point NC
Childhood friendship is the most beautiful memory that can’t ever be replaced.
Words cannot express how wholeheartedly devastated I am to hear of the loss of Rhonda.