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OBITUARY

Richard Allan Kelly Jr.

November 29, 1978November 30, 2019

Richard Allan Kelly, 41, of Winder,GA passed away on Saturday, November 30, 2019. He is survived by his daughter, Jordyn Ainsleigh Kelly; parents, Richard Allan Kelly Sr. and Sherrie Lynn Kelly of Braselton, GA; brother, Patrick Daniel Kelly (Judy) her daughter Emily of Braselton, GA; Jordyn’s mother, Kimberly Cooper, and Kimberly’s father, Bob Marcolese (Claudia) of Charlotte, NC; aunt Patti Lynn Kelly of Charlotte, NC; cousin, Jeff Forte (Michele) of Alexandria, VA; uncle Jim Kelly (Ann); cousins, Danny and Tommy of Lexington, KY; uncle Chris Kelly; cousins, Carolyn, Ava, and Matthew of Southbury, CT; uncle Scott McCluskey (Judy) of Somerset, KY; and friend, Mandy (Carlos) Felicano and their children of Cantonment, FL. There will be a memorial at a later date to celebrate Rich’s life. He was loved by so many. Oak Lawn Funeral Home is entrusted with arrangements.

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Dauda Presley

December 10, 2019

R Kellz;

Brother this is rough, yet, I know the anguish of things for you are over. I recall the times when we would be in the smoke pit talking about the AINTS....lol...your Saints and the Browns. I know Jordyn is within your full watch and engulfed in your love. Prayers to you and your family bro each and everyday. My ultimate prayer is that the peace of Jesus transcends into the hearts and minds of all that were a part of your life and that your family carries your legacy within them each and everyday. Blessings!

Dustin Guidroz

December 9, 2019

Rich, when we found out that we were both members of the WhoDat Nation at Ft Dix it was an instant connection. Didn’t get to talk to much after rotating back to the World after the deployment but there always always some fun times cheering and complaining about the Saints on FB. God speed my friend.

Dale Leonard

December 9, 2019

Man when I heard the news my heart broke. We didn't get the chance to talk as much as i would have liked but you were still a friend. My you find the peace now that you searched so hard for.

Gordon Lam

December 9, 2019

Kellz,

Pool buddies for life. We had some really good times back at Fast Eddies. Nereza and I will miss your smiles and laughs. We love you bro! Condolences to the family especially Jordyn. We know that your dad thought the world of you. Remember, he will always be with you as long you keep him in your heart.

Prayers and condolences,
~Lam Family

Michael Bambarger

December 9, 2019

Rich, while our time together in Germany was short lived for NCOA, I can not thank for enough the conversations shared, the team work endured, and the wisdom you passed down to me. You were a true voice of reason, a rare thing in today’s society and military.

God speed my friend.

Kenneth Johnson

December 9, 2019

My brother, Kelly! I remember we would always argue about the Cowboys and Saints. Although, you generally won these match ups, I enjoyed the banter and fun we had with this. Brother, this is tough, but I know you are in a better place. You have impacted so many lives, keep looking down on those you love and protect them as they look out for Jordyn. One love! KJ

Sherrie Kelly

December 9, 2019

I miss you so terribly JR. I am sorry I cannot celebrate with you anymore time of us spent with Jordyn, Birthdays, Holidays, your accomplishments, your experiences and your travels, your jokes, your sense of humor, and your heart. Me being heartbroken is not even touching the depth of how sad I am. I have so much love for you. No parents should ever have to bury their child, ever.

Thank you for serving our country for 20 years in the US Air Force. You were an excellent Steward.

I love you forever Richie JR,
Love your Mom

Amanda Feliciano

December 4, 2019

Some of my favorite memories will always be getting messages full of new music to listen to, hearing about your world travels and of course your trip home where we all enjoyed a week together laughing, playing goofy golf, dinners and finally a trip to the beach as one big "family". You will always be family to us and we will miss you dearly. We love you. ~ Carlos, Mandy, Ben, Caleb & "Abuela" Francisca
To Sherri, Richie and Patrick- we love you all very much and will keep your family in our prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY