Charles Kelley

Born: Thu., Apr. 17, 1924
Died: Sun., Jan. 5, 2014


Family to do services at later date


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Jan. 09, 2014
Location: Carr Funeral Home


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TEWKSBURY … Charles Kelley, 89, died Sunday, January 5, in the Saint’s Campus of  Lowell General Hospital. He is survived by five sons: Charles R. Kelley and Robert G. Kelley, in Oklahoma, John S. Kelley and Michael P. Kelley, of Northbridge, and Dana R. Kelley, of Westford; two daughters, April J. Farson, of Northbridge, and June C. Appleby, of Nashua, NH; and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a daughter, Sheila Jean Willsey.
Mr. Kelley was born in Westborough, April 17, 1924, the son of William and Dorothy (Prest) Kelley. He lived in Westborough, Lynne, and Charlestown, N.H. before moving here three years ago. He was a porter at Worcester State Hospital for 30 years, retiring in 1983.
Mr. Kelley was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in Europe. He was awarded three bronze stars, and spent time as a prisoner of war in Germany.
He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign  Wars, and he enthusiastically rode his Indian motorcycle.
Calling Hours will be held from 6-8 PM, Thursday, January 9, in the Carr Funeral Home, 24 Hill Street, Whitinsville. Burial, in the National Veterans’ Cemetery, in Bourne, will be at a later date.

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Amanda Murray
   Posted Tue January 07, 2014
When I got the call Sunday morning gramps I just fell apart I didn't know what to do so angry at myself for not being able to get up there to see you in the last 3yrs not even once. From going and seeing you everyday whether it be cleaning up your house giving you your pedis that you loved so much or even just the days were we would go to breakfast so you could eat your oatmeal while I would get chicken fingers and then we would just go back to your house and talk for a few hrs. Then I heard you were moving it was then I felt like you were gone forever because I new it would be so hard with all four kids to see you all the time but then I got that horrible call and I realized what you actually being gone was like and it's just like when gram past a time in my life I wouldn't wish on my worse enemy to even have to experience. Well I love you so much gramps and I know you will still be here watching over me and my family please just show me that you are here with me...sometimes!? I love you grampa soooo much and I hope your resting easy <3 I'll be there thurs to see you!

Cindy Barszcz
   Posted Tue January 07, 2014
So sorry for your loss..jack and Cindy barszcz

Bruce & Marion Hamblett
   Posted Wed January 08, 2014
We were deeply saddened by the news of your Dad’s. Our heart felt condolences to you and your family. - Love, Bruce & Marion

Jennifer DeJong
   Posted Wed January 08, 2014
Remembering you fondly, Uncle Charlie. You will be missed. I wish I could be there in person to say goodbye, know that my heart is there.

Ava (Evelyn) Wright
   Posted Thu January 09, 2014
So sorry for your loss. May Uncle Charlie rest in peace.

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