Mehi and his wife Khentkaus. With them are their children.
Senedjemib Mehi held many titles, all recorded in his tomb, showing that he made a successful career:
- "Pillar of the knmt-folk"
- "Favorite of the king" and "favorite of the king wherever he is"
- "Overseer of the two workshops"
- "Overseer of the two armories"
- "Overseer of the two houses of gold"
- "Overseer of (all) royal regalia"
- "Overseer of scribes of royal records"
- "Overseer of royal linen"
- "Overseer of the two granaries"
- "Overseer of all works of the king"
- "Hereditary prince"
- "Royal master builder in both houses" (i.e. in Upper and Lower Egypt)
- "True count"
- "Master of secrets of all commands of the king"
- "Royal chamberlain"
- "Sole friend" (i.e. of the king)
- "Chief justice and vizier”
Senedjemib Mehi was the son of Senedjemib Inti and Tjefi. Mehi was married to Khentkaus, who was a King's daughter. She could be a daughter of Unas or possibly of Djedkare Isesi. They had at least three children:
- Senedjemib, named after his grandfather
- Mehi, named after his father
- Khentkaus, named after her mother
Senedjemib Mehi was buried in tomb G2378 in Giza West Field immediately next to the tomb of his father.
wooden statue of Senedjemib Mehi, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston