Patrick M. Kelly

Patrick M. Kelly

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
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Patrick M. Kelly – 92 of Middletown, NJ passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Wednesday May 20, 2020 at Jersey Shore Medical Center. Patrick was born on October 26, 1927 in Forrest Hills, NY. After graduating high school Patrick wanted to serve his country and entered the United States Marine Corps. After years of service he was honorably discharged. He met his wife Rose and moved to Middletown, NJ. Patrick worked as a Route Driver for Hostess Cakes, until his retirement. He is predeceased by his wife Rose, his parents Patrick and Florence, his son Patrick III, as well as 6 brothers and 6 sisters. Patrick was the devoted father to Thomas and his wife Janet, Richard and his wife Patti, Steven and his wife Joann, and Mary Rose and her husband Chip. He is survived by his grandchildren Kristen, Jennifer, Sean, Kyle, Eric, Gabrielle, Angela, and Jason. Patrick is also survived by a great grandchild Poppy. Patrick had many joys in life. Some of which were fishing, crabbing, Notre Dame Football, watching the New York Giants and Yankees, as well as being a parishioner of St. Mary’s for 50 years. Of all his joys, it was his family that truly made him shine brightest. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home 1735 Rt. 35 Middletown, NJ 07748. Due to the currently COVID-19 health crisis, services will be held privately for the immediate family only.
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Candy Crosson

Posted at 12:33pm
Its hard to lose a loved one and even harder when time and distance takes us away from the closeness we shared when we were all younger. No matter how far away I lived the memories will always be there. There are not too many people who can dazzle a room like Uncle Pat with his charismatic smile. His confidence, patience and ability to charm us all will never be forgotten. RIP! And God Bless.

Patrick Kelly

Posted at 10:01pm
Love you Poppie,

As a little girl I remember dancing on your feet in the kitchen, riding on your back while learning to swim in the bay, crabbing with my brothers, and eating those delicious popovers and puddings you made for Sunday dinner. Life was simple and so many good memories to reflect on that I will cherish forever. My heart is heavy for you and I miss you. Forever in my thoughts…

Your daughter

Janet Bast

Posted at 09:16pm
So many memories from East Road. Mr. Kelly and my dad having beers together, taking drives in a Volkswagen to sandy hook, barbecues. Best childhood on East Rd. Love to all, Janet Delaney Bast

Ralph Abeal

Posted at 07:23pm
My condolences to the family
Pat will be truly missed
Was the best neighbor anyone could have


Posted at 07:00pm
Love you PopPop.
You were the best and funniest grandpa ever.
I remember taking rides together for cappuccinos from 7-11 and I always loved your seemingly endless candy stash.
We will miss you.

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