Henry H. Kelly
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Henry H. Kelly, 66, of Bath, died Saturday January 9th, 2021 at Phoebe Home in Allentown after battling cancer for 2 years. He was the husband of Lee Ann (Bartholomew) Kelly and celebrated 43 years of marriage last May. Born in Philadelphia he was a son of the late Katherine Schroy.

Henry was proud to be part of the Emergency Services community and worked for many years as an EMT. He faithfully served as Captain of the East Allen Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Henry also worked a variety of jobs around the Lehigh Valley including a security position at the Sands Casino in Bethlehem and with Macy's Department Store in Whitehall. He was a member of St. Paul's U.C.C. in Northampton. Henry enjoyed the outdoors and loved hunting, fishing and hiking.

Henry was a loving husband, father and grandfather and will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Surviving along with his wife Lee Ann are his son Sean M. Kelly and wife Heather Cook and grandchildren Zeke and Edith.

Due to current restrictions, services will be private and held at the convenience of the family. Brubaker Funeral Home, Inc. of Catasauqua is honored to handle his arrangements. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.brubakerfuneralhome.com.

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Published in Morning Call on Jan. 12, 2021.
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January 20, 2021
Lee Ann and Family,
I was very sorry to see that Henry passed away thoughts and prayers to all of you at this sad time.
Marilyn Muller
January 16, 2021
Dear LeeAnn, Sean. and family,
I was so sorry to see Henry's passing. LeeAnn, I remember how very happy you were when you married! I think of you often. May God bless you with peace and comfort in the loving memories you have in your hearts.

Janet Matejicka Ebert
Janet Ebert
January 13, 2021
LeeAnn, Sean, Edith, Zeke and Heather—

No words that I write could be as meaningful and comforting to you as you all were important to him. Henry was truly one of the good ones. I’m so glad we stayed in touch, even if infrequently. I pray for peace that passes all understanding for you all during this adjustment to yet another new normal. Don’t hesitate to call on us if you need something. Hugs and Prayers....

Fawn, Doug, Ashleigh & Stewart Albert
Fawn Albert
January 12, 2021
Dear Lee Ann and Family, I'm so sorry to read of Henry's passing. You're in my thoughts and prayers now and in the difficult days to come. With sympathy, Mona Bridges Woodring
Mona Bridges-Woodring
January 12, 2021
My sympathy to the Kelly Family. I worked with Henry at Macys. He helped many customers and coworkers during emergencies in the store.
We were always grateful to him for helping during these difficult times.
May your memories comfort you.
Trent Yerk
January 12, 2021
Dear Kelly family,. My deepest sympathy to hear of Henry's passing. I worked with Henry at Macy's. He was a kind and courteous man. I admired his service and dedication to helping people. He always talked so lovingly about his family and was so proud of his son. May your happy memories and God's peace sustain you.
Kim Martin
January 11, 2021
God bless you for your lifetime of service and dedication to your community.
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