Meghann E. Geyer (nee Kelly) of Havertown, PA passed away at home on September 11, 2021, after a long battle with a recurring brain tumor. Meghann is survived by her loving husband Christopher of 17 years and their 3 children Michael (fiancée Erin), Nicole, Gavin, and granddaughter Brooklyn. She is also survived by parents Tom and Kathy Kelly of Bensalem and siblings Colleen (Joe), Tom (Kerrie), and Brian as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Meghann was born at Holy Redeemer Hospital in Meadowbrook, PA on March 9th, 1981. The youngest of four children, she was a spunky kid who kept everyone on their toes. Meghann grew up in Northeast Philly where she attended St. Martha Catholic School, St. Christopher Catholic School, and Archbishop Ryan High School. She spent the majority of her childhood playing softball and fostering her social life by visiting friends’ homes and talking for hours on the phone.
Upon graduation, Meghann started on a path that led her to a career as a legal secretary. As a smart and organized worker, she was valued by all of her employers, making lifelong friends along the way. She was employed by Kreiser & Associates in Havertown, PA at the time of her passing.
In 2002, Meghann attended a birthday party. While there Meghann was introduced to the cousin of the host. His name was Chris Geyer. The two quickly hit it off and became inseparable. Chris proposed to Meghann at what became their favorite vacation spot, Myrtle Beach, in 2003. They were married on July 31, 2004.
After the wedding, Meghann, Chris, and Michael moved to Glenolden, PA, and then eventually settled in Havertown, PA. Their daughter Nicole arrived in 2005 and they welcomed their son Gavin to the family in 2011.
Meghann enjoyed traveling, gatherings with her large extended family and many friends, but mostly she enjoyed being with Chris and their children. She was a very proud mom and grand-mom.
Family and friends are invited to her viewing on Thursday, Sept 16th from 9:00 to 11:00 AM with a funeral mass immediately following. All events will take place at St. Dorothy’s Catholic Church located at 4910 Township Line Road in Drexel Hill. The burial will take place at Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery at 1600 South Sproul Road in Springfield. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the National Brain Tumor Society. To read about Meghann’s battle with her brain tumor or to donate in her memory visit: https://nbtsevents.braintumor.org/fundraiser/3449634
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