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January 24, 2017
Always wanted to know what happened to Sargent Benjamin Gay and his lovely family I met in the 1958-59 when stationed in Charleston, S.C. at CAFB. Benjamin, Linsey, Kelsey and Ben Jr. kindness to us kids on the Johnson Street Project where they lived was never forgotten. Their Spirits are eternal, and transcends time and space. I really wanted to be a part of their family, and asked my mother can I go with them when they left Charleston. Of course they knew she would say no. Just loved Mrs. Gray.
November 03, 2010
Thanks Kelsey for being a good friend for the past 20 years and for keeping my navy ship's website online. The Vietnam Vets enjoyed it.
RIP
September 28, 2010
It is a fitting part of our salute to Kelsey's life that we share our warm memories of him, here, in cyber space. He was a deep thinker who never got "lost in the well". His personal experience taught him the value of always being centered and surrounded by humanity. He not only gave kindness, he inspired it. Kim, Kris, Kelsey and Kirsti I hold you in my heart.
September 24, 2010
I worked with Kelsey at Compucom. Kelsey was always smiling and always had a kind word when he saw me. He will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
September 22, 2010
To Kelsey's family, our deepest condolences. We were shocked and saddened to hear of his passing; Kelsey was a friend to all and will be sorely missed. Treasure the Memories!
Kirt Sr and Betty Franse
Kirt Jr
September 22, 2010
To me Kelsey was a friend mentor and colleague. We first started working together, but very quickly I knew he was a fun, funny man I would get close to. We had a lot in common, and enjoyed eating Arabiada with him. He mastered it.

He will be missed by so many people whose soul he touched.

God bless to the family in this earthly loss of a wonderful man.

Wes Mangum
September 21, 2010
I will always remember and smile of the times I got to spend with Kelsey. There was always something to laugh about when we were together. His positive attitude was contagious, and he taught me many things. I feel honored that I was able to know Kelsey and absorb a fraction of his wisdom in industry and life. His family is, without question, the most loving family I have ever been fortunate to spend time with. My deepest condolences.
September 21, 2010
I only met Kelsey and his wife Kim by his cabin in Whitter. It was the 4th of July and it was a happy time for all. I was tent camping there and fishing and Kelsey invited me to spend the weekend with him and his family. It was a great time and he will be sorley missed. What a great MAN!!
September 17, 2010
I can't think of a single person who has impacted and changed my life more than Kelsey.

Taking risks is ok, think outside the box, dream big, work hard, don't ever stop trying to be better, stand by your family and friends, be a good man always, and have the most fun possible while doing everything you do are just some of the things he instilled in me.

I guess the last lesson he will teach me is, it's ok to cry.

He is the best man with the best family I will ever know.
September 17, 2010
Kesley always had a smile and a laugh. He will be sorely missed.

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