Chad M. Raught posted a Condolence
| March 18, 2019
Hey Kelly. I know over the years we hadn't kept in touch. You were like a father figure to me when I was younger. I will ALWAYS cherish what your family brought to my life. May your new body allow you to soar to the greatest heights in Heaven. You were the first person to introduce me to a corn dog haha. I mean I remember going to metro center and being so amazed at a hot dog on a stick dipped in batter, genius.
God be with your family. My prayers go out to Linda, Andy, Ashly and Alex. He used to call me "uncle Pwaad" lol You would be proud to know that my family is back in church. My wife and our 3 girls that are still at home. You have instilled in me a devotion that will carry me through this life. We will meet up again soon. Who knows maybe they have basketball courts up there as well and we can shoot a few hoops again. Love you Kelly, you will NEVER be forgotten.
Paula J. Paty posted a Condolence
| March 17, 2019
Oh, Kelly, how your family misses you already. You have been my favorite brother-in-law and it wouldn't have mattered if I did have more than one! Thank you for being such a wonderful husband to my sister. I never once worried about if her husband cherished her or loved her - it was more than obvious. You have been a good father to Ashley, Andy & Alex . You didn't just father your children, you really knew their character, their likes and dislikes and you loved them beyond measure. My heart is so heavy for their loss but I know who holds their future and I know they are in good hands. Thank you for loving me and my boys.
I know I stole Linda away from you alot and you "whined" but I know deep down you didn't really care. Enjoy heaven! I know you are singing praises continually, you will never grow tired or weary. I love you and know I will see you again (I hope you are close the ice cream/Nutty Bar/Cheez-it factory in heaven! I know God would not ever allow you near the Cheese Nip factory!!