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David B. "Kellyaga" Kelly

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KELLY, DAVID B., "KELLYAGA", Dave was born in Jacksonville, NC and moved shortly after to Bromall, PA where he grew up making many friends with his outgoing personality. He spent his summers in Ocean City, NJ. Dave attended Paxon Hollow Jr. High, Malvern Prep, followed by West Chester University where he was President of the Political Science Club. Everyone enjoyed conversing with Dave about politics. He was both smart and savvy. In the mid 1980's, Dave moved to the Orlando area where he and his father owned and operated an industrial maintenance company. While living in Orlando, Dave fell in love with the sport and people of Jai-Alai, while visiting the Jai-Alia Fronton in Casselberry. He became the games most beloved fan and ambassador taking the name "Kelly-aga". He traveled to Spain, Mexico, France and Connecticut playing amateur matches. He made friends everywhere while promoting the sport. Please google "Tigers Chalk Talk" to view the comments and tributes. Dave was "one in a million". He was loving, kind, full of fun, and anyone who met him smiled while in his presence. He never met a man he did not like...there will be a void in so many lives losing this special person at such a young age. Dave loved and served others all his life. In that way he was always serving the Lord. He was faithful until his calling. We are all at ultimate peace with the knowledge that God has called him to heaven. Dave was engaged to be married in April to a beautiful, accomplished Christian woman, Jettlin Stubbs, from Freeport, Bahamas. Dave is survived by his mother Sally of Cocoa Beach, FL; father Jim of Vero Beach, FL; brother Chris and his wife Lisa of Orlando and brother Matthew of West Chester, PA. Dave's influence continued to a large and loving extended family. A viewing will be held at the Beckman- Williamson Funeral Home, 101 N. Brevard Avenue, Cocoa Beach, FL, 321-784-0116, on Friday, February 8th from 11AM to 1PM. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 2PM at Our Saviour's Catholic Church, 5301 N. Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa Beach, FL. A celebration of Dave's life will be continued between 3:30 and 6:30 with refreshments served. Plans are under way to develop the "Kellyaga" Foundation, a charitable organization.
Published in the Orlando Sentinel on Feb. 7, 2008
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