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Kenneth "Kenny" C. Kelly, Jr.

May 28, 2018

Kenneth Charles Kelly Jr. aka “Skull Collector” of Zanesville, OH. Born May 27, 1955 died at the age of 63 on May 28, 2018 as a result of a motorcycle accident. Kenny was preceded in death by his parents Kenneth Charles Kelly Sr. and Vonda Kelly, a Twin Brother who suddenly passed away in Kenny’s collegeyears at OSU playing football. Kenny is survived by a sister Tammy (Harry) Brown; sons Kenny, Justin, Clint, Mark… along with nieces Trisha Stuchell and Chasity Aldred… 13 great nieces & nephews and 1 great niece and nephew; Kenny is survived numerous immediate family not mentioned that will greatly miss him, his love and witty sense of humor. He was very close to his extended families… Phillip & the Norris family of Shelby Street, Dave Litner & family. JJ Jasper & family. The Berkheimers, Skip & Jody & family, Scott Caplinger & Dawn, Dave Miller, Lonnie Warn with so many more in his circle of friend & family that will truly miss him.
Kenny was a member of the Rushing Wind Biker Church where he enjoyed going to the church to help out when needed and listen to Pastor Mike as he gave the word. Kenny had a big heart & would help anyone in need, always giving to the kids, fishing with friends on the boat. Building bikes was his passion and riding was his biggest enjoyment. Kenny was a very proud owner his own Harley Davidson and took great pride in owning it.
Kenny touched many lives... always there with a smile & a helping hand. Every now and then he would tell a tall tail or 2 in the conversation just for laughter and excitement or to get a rise out of someone. All done out of fun & love. Kenny spoke mostly about his Aunt Carol and longed for a relationship with his son Kennywhom he constantly talked about. 
Kenny was also a part of The A2Z Automotive family; JJ Welding’s family & numerous other Businesses in Zanesville. He will be dearly missed by his Family & Friends. Apologies to any family or friends not mentioned, as it was very hard putting pen to paper to write Kenny’s life out as he would see fit. Kenny you were a really humble caring person that will be deeply missed. R.I.P. Kenny Kelly Skull Collector. Visitation will be held Friday, June 1, 2018 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m., with funeral service to follow at 12 p.m., at Burrell Funeral Services. Minister Mike McQuire officiating. Cremation will follow. BURRELL FUNERAL SERVICES is serving the family.

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