Patrick Kelley passed away unexpectedly on the afternoon of June 11, 2022.
Patrick was born in California. He lived in many locations over the years, but he fell in love with Savannah when he visited with his wife 23 years ago. Savannah became his home. This is where he settled and pursued his career in real estate.
Patrick was completely devoted to his family, friends, and God. He was filled with kindness and compassion, which was apparent in his everyday interactions. His smile warmed the hearts of those around him. He never met a stranger. Everything he did for others was out of love, not obligation.
Patrick enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He loved to laugh, sing, and he was giver of great advice. He loved creating and building things that challenged his mind.
He loved his church family and his work family.
His wife, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren were his heart and soul. His love was unconditional and limitless. He gave the best hugs.
Patrick is the son of Charlotte Booth Kelley and the late Charles Kelley. He is survived by his beloved wife of 25 years, Kim Clements Kelley, of Savannah; his brothers Tom (Leslie), Rick, Ron, and David (Melody); his children Daniel (Katie), Kara (Dale), Patrick Anthony (Isabell), Shannon (Greg), Maranda, and Tripp (Willow); and twelve grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
A special thank you to our Savannah family and those who traveled to be with us.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to Montgomery Presbyterian Church, 10192 Ferguson Ave., Savannah, GA 31406.
Memorial Service to be held at Montgomery Presbyterian Church, 10192 Ferguson Ave. Thursday, June 16th at 10:30 am, with the Rev. Dr. R. Mark Giuliano presiding.
The service will also be on livestream through the church Facebook page beginning at 10:30am. Link: https://www.Facebook.com/MontgomeryPresbyterian/
Patrick will be greatly missed in the Savannah Realtor community. He was a wonderful and knowledgeable man, always willing to help with a problem. His smile and laughter would light up a room! Patrick will be missed greatly and remembered fondly. My condolences to his wonderful family.
- Dianne S. Kessler, Savannah, GA