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In Memory of
1944 - 2017
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Jacqueline Kelley, 73, of Greenville went to be with the Lord on December 2, 2017.
She is survived by her loving sons, Kenneth Kelley (Diana) and Steve Kelley (Tammy); sisters, Ruth Moody (Billy) and Linda Walters (Raymond); five grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren with one on the way.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 39 years, Norman Kelley; her son, Scott Kelley; and parents, Clarence and Catherine Malpass.
Neighbors, family, and friends will remember Jacqueline best by her giving nature. She gave until her last days, especially when QVC was having a sale. Which, of course, is all of the time. She could survive off of Pepsi and Little Debbie Cakes. They certainly were part of her daily nutrition. Jacqueline worked for Bruns Sports Wear as an assistant manager in Mauldin, South Carolina. During her free time, she volunteered as Secretary of the National Horseshoe Pitching Association of South Carolina since her husband was an avid competitor. And, she still found time to squeeze in some Bingo. She absolutely adored spending time with her grandchildren, from weekly lunch dates to holidays.
A graveside service will be held at Graceland West Cemetery on November 6, 2017 at noon.
In lieu of flowers, donations for Rhematoid Arthritis can be made at www.helpfightra.org/donations/.
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