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September 20, 2018

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December 5, 2017
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
October 8, 2017
John Kelley was one of the best businessmen I knew . He made more deals than most and was ,along with his wonderful wife -some of the finest people i have known.He treated my kids Sarah and Travis like they were relatives and he and Marge were the best couple around.I only found out today and I am sad. John loved his grandkids very much and I heard about the tea parties!!John Kelley was a good man and I will tell one story I heard. Mr Kelley would buy bicycles -many in fact -and distribute them to the less fortunate at Christmas Time .Very special and generous man -Lamar Brown Bee Cave ,Texas
October 6, 2017
John was a great friend of mine albeit I lost contact with him and Margie Gillette, also a good friend and classmate, when all of us left for college. I remember fondly the time we both tried out for track under Coach Marcel at EPHS, competing for the track team and running the 100 yd dash. I thought I was fast, but he beat me by at least 10 yards. I decided to try tennis. He was a tremendous person, kind, honest, and always willing to help out his friends and strangers. I want to impart my deepest condolences to his brother, Jim, also a tennis buddy, Marjorie, and his family. ---Dr. Richard R Gonzalez, San Lorenzo, NM
October 3, 2017

A wonderfully kind person, and parent of a warm, fun family whose door was always open. Thank you.