September 25, 1958 – September 27, 2020
Albert William Kelley, age 62 passed away peacefully on September 27th in Annapolis, Maryland after a short illness.
Bill is survived by his sister Judy Lilly and brother in law Jim Lilly of Stevensville, Maryland and was preceded in death by his parents Albert L. and Frances V. Kelley.
Bill was born on September 25th in Malden, Massachusetts and graduated from Severna Park High School he went on to received his Master's Degree from Loyola University in Computer Science. He was employed as a Senior Financial Analyst for Computer Science Corporation. Bill most enjoyed Raven's football of which he was a season holder for many years and spending time with friends, family and his dogs whom he cherished. He also enjoyed traveling the world.
A grave side service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, October 5th at Lakemont Cemetery, Davidsonville, Maryland.
In lieu of flowers, the family ask that you please consider a donation to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County.
Monday, October 5, 2020
October 5, 2020
I worked with Bill for many years at CSC, then CSRA and now GDIT. He always had some wry, insightful comment for just about every situation. I never knew what would be coming out of his mouth next. He was an ardent Ravens fan and never missed an opportunity to sport his Ravens colors. He enjoyed wearing festive Hawaiian shirts. He will be sorely missed!! Rest in peace, Bill!
October 2, 2020
Bill and I worked together at CSC for many years. He was always talking about the Ravens and his dogs. He was a well respected and knowledgeable financial analyst. I was so sorry to hear about Bill's passing. Way too young!
October 1, 2020
Bill was my coworker. He was one of a kind. He seemed to have some interesting knowledge about almost every subject that came up in conversations. He was funny in his own way. He had a kind heart. He will definitely be missed. May he rest in peace...
October 1, 2020
I worked with Bill at Computer Sciences Corporation for more than 7 years. I retired in April of 2018 and moved to South Carolina. I was very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He always had a wise crack and kept me laughing all day long. He will be missed. Prayers to his family. May he Rest in Peace.