Ron and Cindy Clark of Living Word Church located in Gilmanton Iron
Works, NH would like to thank the person that blessed our church.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 we returned to our church to find two
angels posted at the foot of the huge Cross in front of our church.
This act of kindness and encouragement blessed us. We would love to
meet whoever did it to personally thank you. Please come by and see
us so we can rejoice together and meet you. Thank you so much and
may God bless you.
John S. Kelley
Topsfield, MA - John S. Kelley, 92, died October
30th, at the Masconomet Rehab Center, Topsfield, MA.
born August 7th,1925 in Gilmanton, NH, the son of Charles and Hattie
(Page) Kelley. He grew up in Gilmanton and attended Kelley Corner
School and was a graduate of Pittsfield High School. He was an Army
Air Corp Veteran of WWII serving as a pilot with the rank of second
lieutenant. He then attended and graduated from University of NH.
His adult life was spent in Wenham, MA. He worked his whole career
and retired as a mechanical engineer from the USM Corp in
Beverly, MA. He was an avid downhill skier, water skier and
candlepin bowler and he loved building useful projects in his wood
survived by his wife of 67 years Rita (Bradford) Kelley of Wenham,
MA, a daughter Deborah Starzynski of Toronto, Canada, two sons,
Bradford C. Kelley of Wallingford, VT and Jonathon F. Kelley of
Wellesly, MA, six grandchildren and five great grandchildren,
several nieces and nephews.
Graveside Service, with Military Honors, will be held on Saturday,
November 11th (Veterans Day) at 11:00 AM in the Smith Meeting House
Cemetery, Gilmanton, NH.
of flowers, donations may be made to: Kelley Corner School
Restoration Project c/o Gilmanton, NH Historical Society, 8
High St., Gilmanton, NH 03237 or to The Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, 34
Washington St., Suite 200 Wellesly Hills, MA. 02481
Waters Funeral Home, Concord, NH, David Pollard Director, assisted