Calvin W. Kelley



Calvin Wayne Kelly passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday February 6th 2015 from a short term Illness.

Calvin was born September 20th 1966 in Birmingham AL.  He was the 8th child of Lorene Kelly and the late Blenton Kelley. After relocating to Columbus Ohio, He attended School at Highland Elementary, Westmoor Middle School and West High School.  Calvin Enjoyed playing basketball laughing and having a great time with friends. One of his famous saying was (I mean like what)

Calvin was preceded in death by his father Blenton Kelly, Sister Jerene Kelly, Brother Richard Kelly and Grandparents.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory, Loving mother Lorene Kelly, Daughter Kaela Robinson, Son Calvin Kelly, Three Sister Ann, Adrinna and Tracy Kelly, Three bothers Gregory, Frankie and Daryl Kelly A host of niece’s nephews and Great nieces and nephews. Calvin also leave behind a special friend Tracy Tramell, His Barber( Arnett, Fox and the boys) that he enjoyed having shop talk  with,  His golden girls he loved to call or stop by to check on the late Mary Jones, Judy Sharp, Ida Tymes, Connie Toles, Jackie Hodge and Patty Bridges.

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Condolence Messages

  1. My condolences go out to the family it has been a long time since coming in contact with Calvin but I remember his out going and fun spirit.
    Lisa Malone and family

  2. Sending my condolences to the family. Cal will be missed by many I pray we all can get through this loss with the memories he left us. May he rest in peace.

    Pete Ferguson

  3. Rest easy my friend. …

  4. Dear Lord,

    Please Keep and Sustain the Kelley Family during this very difficult time. Send a Fleet of Healing Angels to Comfort them when the tears begin to fall. Mrs. Kelley, when living across the street from you on Lechner, and even when mom used to do your hair, no matter what Trial or Test came your way, you were able to turn it into a Testimony and Praised The Lord even more so. I think of you often because I know you are a “Seasoned Soilder in the Army of The Lord.” I often reflect back to you when I am going through my Trials and difficult times, and tell myself, “I have to keep on keeping on. We will understand it better by and by.” So please know that I will keep your family lifted in Prayer and keep all the teachings and memories of Calvin walking down the street on his “tippy toes” dear and near to my heart. God Bless You and a HUGE and hug and kiss from me and the Harris Family.

  5. No more worries Cal,
    My condolences to your whole family.
    You’ll be missed by many bro.
    But now you’re in a much better place

    Your family will always be in the, “Watters Family” Prayer’s

  6. Janice A. Saddler-Martin

    My condolence to Sister Lorene Kelley and Family
    I was saddened when I heard of the passing of Calvin. My prayers to the family during this very difficult time.

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