Kenneth (Kenny) Orval Kelly

Born March 2, 1961 in El Dorado, Kansas
Departed April 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida

Kenneth (Kenny) Orval Kelly, 63, who was born on March 2, 1961 in El Dorado, Kansas to Thomas and Bessie Carter Kelly, went to be the with the Lord on April 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida. Kenny is preceded in death by his father Thomas, his mother Bessie and his sisters Debbie Catalano and Karen Redburn.

He is survived by his wife of almost 23 years Angie Kelly; his sisters and brothers Kitty Kelly, Thomas N. (Donna) Kelly, Ralph and (Belinda) Kelly, Patricia,(Sandy) Seelinger, Mary Kelly and Katrina Warren. Kenny is also survived by his children Kenny Kelly Jr., Misty (David) Consoli, Alicia (Corey) Bass, Joshua Falcon, Trevor Brooks and Ginger. His beloved grandchildren are Lakota, Trinity, Xoe, Jayden, Mikayla, Nolan, Nora, Cameron, and Trevor, Jr. Rick Hays was his nephew but to Kenny he was more than that. Rick was Kenny’s brother, best friend, confidant, you name it. If you asked Kenny he was a brother from another mother. He has numerous nieces and nephews that he loved with all his heart.

He loved his wife, family, and grandchildren. An avid San Francisco 49ers fan, he enjoyed sports, rock n’ roll, painting, Jelly Roll, Free Bird, Lopez versus Lopez and mechanic work.

A celebration of his life will be April 20, 2024 at Wickham Park, 2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne, Florida, 32935 at Pavilion 5 beginning at 12 noon, hosted by Angie Kelly.

A celebration of his life is being planned in North Carolina for May 25, 2024.

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12 entries.
Chris & Jason Langford from Palatka wrote on April 18, 2024:
No words can describe how you will be missed. We wish we could have hung out more.
Heather Geiger wrote on April 16, 2024:
I have been so heart broken since learning of Kenny's passing. He and Angie were such great neighbors and friends. He had such a big, kind heart and the world is worst off without him. Sending all his family and friends prayers of comfort and strength.
Shawn Soey from Melbourne wrote on April 10, 2024:
so many memories thru out so many years. a great man and a great friend. you will be missed by many, including me. my thoughts and prayers are with you,Ang!
M aryLou Werts from Melbourne,Florida wrote on April 10, 2024:
For my hiney Kenny Kelly.this world is a little less without you in it. You were the sweetest man I knew that's why I always said to Angie that if she ever parted from you I will take you in a heartbeat. I m have known you for 11 years as ND I find it very hard t I go on living without you here in life I loved you then an will always for were the best friend anyone could have I think o g you often and always will you are in my thoughts Love wife #3.
Shirley G from Palm bay wrote on April 9, 2024:
Kenny you was always a sweetheart and you will be dearly missed
Miller and Rey from Cocoa wrote on April 9, 2024:
Miller and Rey. We are looking forward to celebrate Kenny’s life.. He was a nice and sweet men! all do trough out he’s life he look like a big tough Men ; He was nothing but a sweet teddy bear! A strong ,and a hard working men. You will be missed my friend. Sincerely, Millerlay and Rey Martinez.
Janine E Barry from Cocoa wrote on April 8, 2024:
I look forward to celebrating Kenny life with friends and family.
Mark McClain from Wilmington NC wrote on April 8, 2024:
We sure did have some good times. You were such a good friend. As long as they ain't playing the Steelers I'll pull the 49ers. Thanks for turning me on to Metallica back in the 80s, that was an awesome concert. Keep an eye on me down here, until we meet again my friend.
Trevor Brooks from Palm Bay wrote on April 8, 2024:
I will miss you for the rest of my life Old Man. You helped raise me. You helped mold me into the man i have become today. Without you, my life would never be the same. I owe the world to you, and i wish nothing but the best peace you could ever find. Thank you for being you, for being amazing... and for being my father. I love you <3
Tammy Haynes from Ash wrote on April 8, 2024:
Prayers for the family love to all Tammy Haynes
Tammy Haynes from Ash wrote on April 8, 2024:
Prayers so sorry Kenny was a awesome friend and a dang good painter prayers to the family Kenny go get things painted in Heaven god bless you all ♥️🙏🌹
William Pollan from Melbourne wrote on April 8, 2024:
Kenny, my best friend for like 16 years, You are sorely missed by so many. You've been there when so many of us have needed a hand or simply needed someone to hear them out. I miss you bro! And I think I'm going to feel this way for sometime. I'll do my best to pick up where you left off. And many of us will continue to wave that 49ers banner forcthe faithful. I love you dude. Rest in peace...
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