In Memory


W. Paul Kelly

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05/15/11 09:12 PM #1    

Bonnie (Bonita) Bacher (Martin)

I remember Paul as a very intelligent guy. I remember if he had an opinion on something, he defended that to the end. He would share those opinions in class often. But he always had a smile and time to stop and talk.

08/04/11 02:03 PM #2    

Denise Vero (Nebel)

I remember so many wonderful things about Paul.  He was bright, funny, and the kind of kid who liked everyone and was liked by everyone.  I remember Paul and Jon Greenert serving 7 AM Mass at the convent, playing Battleship (ironic, huh?) during recess in Mrs. Duffy's class, and coaxing me into riding the ferris wheel at the Festival on Labor Day.  I was scared to death, but we had so much fun that we rode it over and over again until they closed it down for the night.  I remember his dear mother and dad, sweet Mary Martha, and cute little Kevin - such a nice family that we grew up with in our neighborhood.  Rest in peace, Paul, and know that you are missed.

08/12/11 11:41 PM #3    

Alice Hammond (Baptiste)

I miss Paul and think of him...he was so nice. Such fun! and unassuming...don't think he ever knew all his good qualities, but the rest of us did. Alice Baptiste

10/06/13 12:44 PM #4    

Ira Keener

Paul was a great guy, totally unassuming and always with a big grin to greet you. 

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