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Chloe Rose Chambers
Chloe Rose ChambersRed Rose2Chloe Rose Chambers, 26 of Marion, died early Friday November 23, 2018 at her home.

She was born September 3, 1992 in Delaware to Gary A. And Lora M. (Tyrrell) Chambers, they survive in Prospect.  

She was preceded in death by her uncle Steven Tyrrell of Crestline, son Marshal Chambers of Prospect, grandparents Albert and Eleanor (Klem) Chambers of Youngstown, grandfather Robert Tyrrell of Crestline.

She is also survived by her daughter Marleigh Chambers of Prospect, brother Ian Chambers of Delaware, boyfriend Tony Spicer of Marion, half sisters Renee (Hayes) Chambers and Rosalie (Opritza) Chambers both of Boardman, aunt Michele Byers of Baltimore,uncle Shawn Tyrrell of Crestline, aunt Stacy (Tyrrell) and uncle Bruce Howell of Bucyrus, aunt Andi (Tyrrell) and uncle Tim Wood of Belleville, cousin Nate and Ashley Byers of Fort Collins, Colorado, grandmother Patricia Tyrrell of Crestine.

A quirky sense of humor could have been Chloe's most endearing characteristic. She could make a friend of anyone and found much in life to be joyous and funny. Of course, she never knew a stranger. Chloe loved food, trying new recipes and being otherwise creative. She may have made 100 batches of no-bake cookies, one of her favorites. Chloe loved to have her nails done whether on her own or professionally. She really enjoyed changing the color of her hair. She enjoyed a wide range of music from rap to pop and to country. She loved to watch movies one of which is Django. Otherwise the scary ones were the best.

In childhood, Chloe and her older brother Ian were very often playmates. Whether this was rolling in the snow, dragging the mattresses to the living room to dive into or play in the loft of the garage. While she had so many friends she always thought the best of all of them. She loved spending time with Britney and her Uncle Don. In particular she enjoyed fishing on the Scioto with them. As a young child during the summer her hair would turn blonde and skin brown right along with her brother's. So many days were spent at the Prospect Pool where she loved to swim and vault from the high dive.

If there were more opportunity for Chloe to give thanks it would be to all the people she came to know and love at Stepping Stones, Portsmouth.

A private gathering of family and friends will be held at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in Prospect.

In lieu of flowers please donate with as much generosity as you can to the Emerald Jenny Foundation: www.emeraldjennyfoundation.org/donate/

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#1 from: Meggan Tiller and Amanda Williams & Jason Underwood
Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 5:31 PM

Dearest Chloe,
Our loved friend, what some fun adventures and memories we shared. You never left the room quiet nor dull. We were always laughing so hard when we were with you... and then the time we could not get you to be quiet for anything!
You will dearly be missed by all of us more than anyone will ever know;&& thought of daily.
My wish for you is that you will be able to find peace with Marshall but will always be watching over Marleigh and your parents and your other loved ones and friends.
Til we meet again, fly high and dance like never before.
We love you baby girl! ❤️♥️💜💚💙
Megg, Amanda, && Jason.

#2 from: Robert & Kim Drumm(Beckel)
Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 8:21 PM

Sending prayers of peace for your family in the difficult days ahead.

#3 from: Shelly Dillon
Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 9:28 AM

Lara, Gary, and Ian, my heart aches for your loss.  Taken way too early. She was such a delightful little one. May God help you find peace in this very hard time.

#4 from: Mr and Mrs Jeffrey Tiller Sr (Meggan)
Marion County
Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 1:22 PM

My lovely friend, Chloe's family and Daughter...
I'm forever questioning whether or not I could have intersected this disaster... I was in Dr Novak's office && the nurses offices and bawled my eyes out to them abt you and that I should have been able to do something to have prevented this from ever happening... I had to face a harsh reality that I couldn't give you more choices or things to take into consideration that you were going to continue to do what you already had your mind set on... But DAMN IT MAN GIRLY, I SURE WOULD HAVE GAVE IT ONE HELLUVA TRY TO SAVE YOU.
I'm going to make it a point to use your life as a positive impact on not only myself, but every other individuals who are going through some shit as we battled, and inspire them to trudge through the road of happy destiny and to never take a day not second or minute for granted
I love you
Til we meet again at the Golden gate of glory of Heaven, rest easily baby girl. Never forgotten will you be. One Love, true and real. Xoxo

#5 from: Emily Crowder
Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 10:37 AM

I am so sorry for your loss. Chloe was a wonderful person and she will be missed greatly. I am at a loss as words bring such little comfort in times like this. The only comfort is knowing she is resting peacefully and with her baby and other family members and friends already passed in glorious Heaven. Till we meet again!

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