Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre has been providing funeral and cremation services in Windsor and Essex County since 1958. For more than 55 years, our commitment has remained unchanged while our Windsor funeral home staff has always responded to the changing needs of the community.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Service with care
We understand losing a loved one is a difficult experience. That's why all of our funeral and memorial services are designed to help families through one of the most personal and challenging stages of life.
Our funeral home staff will guide you through the planning process, providing you the options, compassion and care you need. We'll help create a service that truly celebrates life and honours your loved one and their accomplishments. Regardless of which type of service you choose, we'll provide everything you need for a memorable and positive experience.
In addition, our funeral home features a spacious chapel that seats up to 250 guests and separate rooms for more intimate gatherings. These spaces provide you with several options for reflecting with loved ones in a comfortable environment. Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre also has on-site parking for as many as 100 vehicles.
Over the years, we have served families in Windsor with their funeral and memorial services and hope we can do the same for you. Please contact Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre if you need immediate assistance or would like to meet with someone from our caring staff.
Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre in Windsor, Ontario, has been helping families with their burial and cremation services for over 55 years. In 1958, Walter Douglas Kelly left Morris Funeral Home, which was then located at the corner of Lincoln and Wyandotte. He purchased the old Little family residence at 1969 Wyandotte Street East, and opened what would become Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre.
Unfortunately, Walter Kelly passed away suddenly in 1962. The funeral home was left to his wife, Miriam. Miriam ran the funeral home together with and Jack Garswood until his retirement. In 1978, Miriam passed away and left the funeral home to her daughter, Barbara Ann. She and her longtime employees, Thomas Holmes and William Rolland, continued to operate the funeral home.
After nearly 2 decades—with her health failing and having no heirs who were capable of operating the business—Barbara sold Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre in 1997.
Walter D. Kelly Live Celebration Centre continues to remodel and update the funeral home, adding more modern amenities for your convenience. These amenities paired with our custom services allow us to better serve the burial and cremation needs of our Windsor Community.