Donald Lee Kelly

(1945 - 2014)

You certainly won’t starve with a polish guy in the house; Donald loved to cook. He learned the dishes from his mother and prepped food by the freezer full. Golumpki was his specialty. Away from the kitchen you’d find him tending to his garden where he grew zucchini, squash and tomatoes. He enjoyed helping people and worked as a home health aid for Virtua Mt Holly.

He is survived by his husband, Roy Perkins; his brother, Elwood; and his sisters, Jane Craven and Barbara Beczo.

Come celebrate 69 great years Saturday 10 – 11 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Beverly where there will be a service at 11. Interment Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington.

3 thoughts on “Donald Lee Kelly

  1. Roger Townsend

    Don and Roy have always been an inspiration to all of us. The love and commitment they shared will always shine brightly. Roy, I am so sorry for your loss. Stay strong in your love and your faith.

  2. Ginger Mankowski, RN, PHN

    Don was one of the 1st HHA’s I met, while working for Community Nursing Services, as a Public Health Nurse in 1982. Don always had requests for repeat clients who absolutely enjoyed his company, care and devotion. Never ‘delayed’, ‘out sick’, nor “lost”… His loving service showed him to be the epitome of home health aides.
    I am now retired, but I will never forget his smile, sense of humor and absolute dedication to the health of his clients.
    I am sorry for your loss; however, Don stands beside Jesus, completely understanding all of God’s mysterious ways. Rest in Peace, Don Kelly!

    PLEASE share this note with Don’s family members, especially his Husband, of whom Don always spoke very highly! Thank you!

  3. Aswir

    Right Agnes. Just cry several times these days besuace of a stranger. Perhaps he is no longer a stranger to me. He is a person whom I respect owing to his sharing on movies and passion for life and love. Perhaps we are all united.

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