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Kenneth J. "Pete" Kelly, II

Born: 1946     Died: 2017

Kenneth J.

American-Flag-Wall-Art.jpgKenneth J. “Pete” Kelly, II, Army medic veteran of Vietnam. Beloved husband of the late Joan Kelly (Nee Altendorf); Loving father of Kenneth III (Meredith) and Patricia Kelly; Devoted grandfather of Jackson and Adele Kelly; Dear brother of Sharon (Thomas) Bruno, Daniel (Erin) Kelly, Michael (Elizabeth) Kelly, and Kathyanne Kelly; Brother-in-law of Mary Pat (Wayne) Schroeder, Thomas Altendorf and John (Carol) Altendorf; Many loving nieces and nephews. Visitation Wednesday, 2 – 9 PM at Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 16600 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park. Friends and family are asked to meet at St. George Church, 6707 W. 175th Street, Tinley Park on Thursday for 10:00 AM Mass and then to meet at the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Chapel, 6001 W. 111th Street in Alsip at 11:45 AM Thursday for the committal service. In lieu of flowers, donations to Misericordia, 6300 N. Ridge Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660 would be appreciated. Info. Brady-Gill Funeral Home (708) 614-9900. Online register or condolences at


November 1, 2017  2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brady-Gill, Tinley Park   -   Map
16600 S. Oak Park Ave.
Tinley Park


November 2, 2017



Bill and Kathy Rose 11-17-2017 14:27

Kelly Family,
Our thoughts and prayers have been with you.
Sorry we were unable to make the funeral as I was out of town.
Please know we are so sorry about Pete's passing.
A donation has been sent to Misericordia in his memory from the Rose's.

Misericordia 11-01-2017 08:10

Our sympathies and special prayers for Pete and all his friends and family.
The Sisters and Residents of Misericordia

Liz Kelly 10-30-2017 08:04

Pete was everything you would want in a brother in law. He was always welcoming, loved hearing about how your kids/family were doing, and you were guaranteed a good laugh when you were with him. He kept up with all the news of the day, and always enjoyed sharing his views. But it was always with a sense of humor. Despite his many physical issues, he never dwelt on them. He was more interested in seeing how you were. When Mike and I first started dating, we spent many weekends together, visiting Sharon and Tom and kids. Once he met Joan, he devoted his time to her, and as time went on, our families grew from there. We are so lucky to have had him, and will miss him.


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