Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home

4216 South Bowen Road, Arlington, TX


Kelly John Hamrah

December 26, 1957March 11, 2020

Kelly John Hamrah, age 62 of Fort Worth, passed away on March 11, 2020. He was born on December 26, 1957 in Plainfield, New Jersey.

Graveside services and military honors at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery will be scheduled at a later date.


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Helen Benjamin

March 19, 2020

To Kelly's family.my deepest condolences to all the family. What a loss. Kelly has been a friend and brother for me for many years. We worked together,attended church together,we would go into the streets to minister and offer prayers. He had such deep understanding of the word. The last 2 years ment a lot to me and my heart hurts so much knowing I won't see him no more. It was such an honor to had him as a brother and good friend. There is such a void in my heart. But knowing he is with the lord brings some comfort.kelly was so proud of his girls and just lovedhis grandson. Kelly touched many people's live with his easy going,kind and humorous ways.kelly I love you as my brother and miss you terribly.u will never be forgotten. Helen Benjamin's your sister in christ.

Loreen Kirk

March 18, 2020

Wow, what can I say I am deeply saddened by the news that Kelly passed away. I can say I and my family express our condolences and prayers to Kelly's family. I remember when I first met him I was at the Gates of Glory church in Dallas Texas where we all were attending. I loved to listen to him talk and he would always keep you laughing, myself, him and some other friends would always hang out after church and go out to eat and share the details of how the service was and he would talk to us about the word of God and I remember telling him he should've been a preacher and he would laugh and say really no not me. He was a friend even in his sickness, I'll miss you Kelly and I'm so grateful to God for allowing you to be a part of my life and come be with us at the Gates of Glory church. The Lord bless and strengthen the family and friends that they would come together in love and compassion now that Kelly is gone. God loves you and I do to.
Sincerely prayerfully yours
Loreen Kirk

Renate Pedack

March 18, 2020

Kelly I miss you a lot and love you in the Lord. You were like a brother to me. I am thankful for your love for my family and faithfulness to our business . You never missed a day in twenty five years . You know it was ( our ) business even though you worked for us. I will always be grateful ! God Bless Your Faith

Debbie Milford

March 17, 2020

First I'd like to send my condolences to the Hamrah Family from the Milford Family. We were your neighbors up until the time we moved away in '75. Though I was in Keith's grade Kelly's presence was heard every night as he did his Tarzan call so you really couldn't miss him though you might try.
I was very appreciative of Kelly during the time I moved to Piscataway and was on Facebook. He helped me through some rough times and a lot of different things from everything a hated ex in Texas, to bosses and kids. He really turned into an intelligent, caring and loving person. He really wanted me to do that funky food diet he was on when I was quitting smoking but I drew the line on that one. I miss our talks and hope he knew how much they meant to me. RIP Kelly ...Love Debbie M

Kelly Neal

March 15, 2020

My sincerest condolences to the family and daughters of Kelly. I am deeply saddened by his passing and I am at a loss for words. I feel very fortunate that in his last days, I was able to let him know that he was like a brother to me and that I loved him. I pray that we all can move forward with him always in ours hearts and a good laugh in our bellies! ❤️

Amy Smith

March 14, 2020

I once heard, "Don't mourn what you've lost, but be happy for what you had". I know that all of us who knew and loved Kelly are so happy for what he brought to our lives. The memories are many - the most hilarious prank phone calls ever, Styx, 337 High St., the Navy years, the Grand Prairie years and being the exact likeness of Sam Elliott in his later years, and he loved that! He became a man of great Faith, a Father who adored his Daughters and was so proud. He was so kind and loving. He never gave up on me when all of our paths took different turns and for that, I'm so grateful! Love you Kelly.

Dale Caswell

March 14, 2020

I have fond memories of being part of this family back in the early 70’s. The holiday meals with large gatherings. Lebanese food on picnic tables served in the basement to hold the large crowd that was the Hamrah family. Of course the football games with Kayo officiating. The quiet dinners with Marie and whoever showed up between sport practices. The call from Kayo from his 2nd job, checking in with everyone, giving them a quick joke and ending with listen to your mother, don’t give her a hard time. The rumbling sound from their large bedroom upstairs and seeing them one by one crashing down the stairs. Kelly, like the rest, with a big smile, probably thinking as he rushed out the door, what a crazy family and how lucky I am to be part of it. Yes, the luck of the Irish, and what a homecoming he will have. The Hamrahs in heaven watching out for the ones on Earth. Rest in happiness and love Kelly.

Don somma

March 14, 2020

May God Bless The Hamrah Family...The Time I spent with them and those Memories will always be cherished..Don Somma