Dennis Kelly Death, Obituary – Joseph Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis Ennis On July 3, 2022, Dennis Joseph Kelly, a citizen of Calistoga, California, fought bravely against colon cancer but ultimately succumbed to the disease. He spent his time away from work at home, accompanied by his wife Kathleen and the couple’s dog Scarlett. Dennis had been battling the illness for a considerable amount of time. His passing has been regretted by a vast number of people, including members of his family and friend groups, customers, employees, and colleagues.
A memorial service honoring Dennis’s life will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at twelve o’clock noon at the Chapel at Tulocay Cemetery, which is located at 411 Coombsville Road in Napa, California. The address for the Chapel at Tulocay Cemetery is: Anyone who is interested in taking part in the activity is encouraged to come and participate. Dressing in bold, eye-catching hues is strongly encouraged here.Prior to Dennis Kelly’s passing, his sister Shannon Kelly, his parents Betty and Austin Kelly, his grandparents Thelma and Eb Tamagni, and his uncle Arnold Enderlin all passed away.
Dennis was the only member of his family to have made it through life. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen Clark; his four sisters, Cathleen, Maureen, Erin, and Colleen; and his brother, Patrick. In addition, he has nine nieces and nephews as well as eight grand nephews and nieces. He was a very loving husband and father. He was devoted to his family as both a spouse and a parent.He will be remembered as a man who loved to travel extensively, was an environmental and political activist, was an exceptional musician, was a great contractor, loved animals, was a storyteller, and was an extremely amusing individual.
A reputable contracting company will also be one of the things that people remember about him.The Napa Humane Society, which can be found at 3265 California Blvd., Napa, California 94558, and reached at 707-255-8118, is accepting monetary donations in his memory. Donations can be sent to the Napa Humane Society. On August 3rd, the article was initially made available to the public by the Napa Valley Register.