Benny-Kelly-Obituary

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Benny Ray Kelly

Pendleton, South Carolina

May 7, 1939 – Nov 18, 2021 (Age 82)

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BORN
May 7, 1939
DIED
November 18, 2021
AGE
82
LOCATION
Pendleton, South Carolina

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Robinson Downtown Funeral Home Obituary

Benny Kelly, 82, of Pendleton, husband to Patsy Brock Kelly, passed away November 18, 2021. Born in Pickens County, he was the son of the late Alvin Kelly and Lillie Stegall Giles. Mr. Kelly attended Pendleton High School and retired from Libco Carpet and Anderson School District...

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Jimmy and Debbie Merck Our prayers go out for Patsy and your family

Patsy it is with great sorrow that I am reading of Benny's passing. Spent time with him in the Rescue squad as you know he was a great guy! Yours and his friendship have always meant a lot to me and my family.

Patsy, I just heard that Benny passed away Sunday the 21st. I know he is in a better place, but those words mean nothing when you feel the loss. I never remember seeing Benny without a smile, he always seemed happy that says a lot about you and his family. He was loved and happy. With our deepest sympathy. Margaret & Bob.

Benny was a good man. Loved his family and always had a smile and a hug for love ones

So sorry for your loss .I know he will be missed by many. Love and Prayers

So sorry for your loss..it's never easy to give up our love ones but our memories will live foreverwe want you all to know you are in our prayers every dayEddy( grandpa) Ann..

I'm sorry to read of Benny's death. My condolences to you, Betty and rest of family. He was always friendly and good humor. Lynn Crenshaw

I was so saddened to see Mr Kelly’s obit this morning. I first met Mr Kelly in 2000 when I worked in Special Ed at PES. He was in our classroom daily to do whatever was necessary to make our students feel loved and special. After I left PES I would occasionally run into Mr Kelly and his wife around town. He always had a smile and a kind word! What a special man! DanaG

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.