Dorothy Kelley (retired General Motors employee, and executive member of the United Senior Citizens of Ontario) passed away peacefully at Lakeland Long Care on Monday, April 20th, 2020. Age 75 years.
Beloved wife of Gene Kelley for 54 years. Loving mother of Debbie Quaranta (Rocco); Roberta Kelley (Robert MacGillivary); and Lori Kelley-Wilton (Shawn). Cherished “Nana Dottie” of 8, and Great Nana Dottie of Maddie.
As was Dorothy’s wish, cremation has taken place. A private family celebration of life will take place at a later date.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to Diabetes Canada would be appreciated.
My condolences to the family thinking of you in this time of need to Lori and her family-Tina
Sincere condolences to Gene and family. Nana Dottie will be missed greatly at all the family functions. We were blessed to have her with us may she rest in peace. Love Sandra JP and Daniel.-Sandra Quaranta
Please accept my condolences on the loss of Dorothy. I have many very fond memories of her, from my time working in the office at CAW Local 199. She was a very kind, warm woman who always made me smile.-Judy Antonio
A friend from my childhood and teenage years in Merritton Ontario----we went our separate ways after High School but I never forgot her. Rest in Peace my Merritton kid !-Raymond Martin MD
My deepest condolences to Gene and family.-Barbara Abrams
Debbie, Roberta, and Lori thinking of you in the loss of your mother. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.-Janette Scott
Debbie, Rocco and family, so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom, wife and grandmother. I hope you can find comfort while remembering all the wonderful memories you have made over the years.-The Hedden Family
My deepest condolences to Roberta and the Kelley family, i pretty much grew up at that household as a child. Many fond memories on Else St. My heart goes out to u all. XO-Shelly Gibbons
265 NORTH SERVICE RD I used to live in Dunchurch Goldenhorseshoe lane with hank hobson my condolences to the family-WANDA HOBSON
Farewell to a union sister. We had a great trip to Sudbury for one of the Days of Action.-Bruce R Allen
My condolences to Gene and family. Our love goes out to you and family .-Doug Fretz