Condolence: Mr. Kelly was my neighbor and friend. He could bake one heck of a cheese cake! I will truly miss visiting with him on his porch and hearing from him tales of the neighborhood. He was an amazing good hearted man. He was part of our family and will be greatly missed.
Condolence: So very sorry to hear of my dear ole friend and neighbor Kelly’s illness and passing. We’ve been great friends for many years, enjoying sharing news, stories and wishes for Christmas and birthdays. He always wanted updates on the kids, and jobs and travels etc. We loved our little summer visits on the porch of the ole homestead. My condolences and sympathy to each of the Kelly family and thank you for your special caring of such a very dear and kind friend. I’ll miss you Kel.
Sally Stephenson and family
Condolence: Although I never knew him personally, I knew him from seeing him in church. When I came back from communion, I would always give him a little wave and he would nod, smile and give me a little wave. Recently, he wasn't in church. When he returned to his spot, I stopped and told him I had worried about him. More recently, I noticed he was once again missing. Sadly, when I saw his obituary, I knew that heaven now has a new angel with a nice smile and a kind face. May he rest in peace.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Larry’s death.
I have known him all my life.
He and my Mom worked together at Norman’s Store.
Those were Happy Day’s😊
We always exchanged Christmas cards and
He would fill me in on Bloomingdale News.
May He Rest In Peace.🙏✝️