Larry Kelsey, 50

FULTON, NY – Lawrence “Larry” Kelsey, 50, passed away peacefully at his Shelbyville, Kentucky, home Wednesday May 28, 2014.

Larry was born in Fulton, NY, on December 2, 1963.

He was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and son.

Larry’s life was also filled by his love of sports.

He served as a youth baseball and football coach for various teams.

During his lifetime he enjoyed playing baseball, football, softball and ice hockey including the Black Knights and Ice Dogs Hockey teams.

Larry had previously completed the Flying Pig Marathon in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He was an avid Tennessee Titans football fan and he was a team leader for the Amcor Flexibles in Shelbyville, Kentucky.

Larry was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Henry and Mable Kelsey; and maternal grandmother, Philomena Proppe.

Larry is survived by his wife, Patricia Lynn Terry Kelsey; three sons:  David Kelsey of Fulton, Shawn Kelsey of Shepherdsville, Kentucky and Wesley Harrod of Frankfort, Kentucky; two daughters: Katy Kelsey of Fulton, NY and Jennifer (Sylvester) Ewell of South Boston, Va.; his father, Robert (Jackie) Kelsey of Statesville, NC; his mother, Phyllis Proppe Kelsey of Fulton, NY; and three grandchildren:  Arionna and Tyson Ewell and Caden Kelsey.

A celebration of life for Larry was conducted 2 p.m. Saturday at the Faith Baptist Church, Frankfort, Kentucky, with Rev. Everett Hawkins officiating and the Ice Dogs Hockey Team serving as honorary pallbearers.

The Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, Inc., Frankfort, Kentucky, has charge of the arrangements.

There will be a memorial service conducted on June 5 at the Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton, NY, with Rev. Robert Stephenson officiating.

Burial will be held privately.

Calling hours will be held on June 5 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Sugar Funeral Home, Fulton.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate expressions of sympathy in his memory be made to a local Special Olympics Organization.

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  1. Larry was one of the hardest working athletes in the Fulton system. He always gave 110 percent and got the most out of his ability. He was always a pleasure to be around. He was a player a coach would never forget. I will always remember Larry’s smile as he got the extra yard on a carry. My wife and I send our regards to the entire family.
    Bill and Karen Fisher

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