William Kelly Taylor passed away suddenly at home on Friday, August 5th, 2022. Cremation to take place.
So sorry for your loss Kelly was a very nice guy I remember him doing the hockey jerseys at the arena for house league-Frank Stallard
We are sorry to hear about Kelly’s passing. He was a great guy to chat with when ever we would meet. He was very good to visit his Mother at Lakeland’s.-Irva Stewart
Kelly, you were a great neighbour for 10 years, a great son to your Mom. I don’t remember ever seeing you without a smile, always asking how other people were doing,. A very kind and gentle soul! RIP my friend, your smile will be missed!-Patty Forbes
I enjoyed working with Kelly providing hockey equipment to boys and girls supported by the Helping Kids Play Foundation. Kelly was very obliging and made sure they got what they needed. He was kind gentleman much appreciated operating the hockey equipment exchange program and sharpening many many skates. Our sincere condolences to Kelly's family.-Ray and Kathy Pavlove
I'm so sorry to hear of Kelly's passing. He was a very nice man. Will be missed by many.-Kelly Groombridge
Kelly was a good Parry Sounder! Compassionate, Honest and friendly. RIP.-Dean Harris
So sorry to hear of Kelly’s passing. Always a smile and a nice guy, who liked a good chat.-Debbie Patterson
We are so sorry to hear of Kellys’ passing….may he R.I.P-Vonnie & Bucky
I have many fond memories of Kelly working for us in the Parry Sound Hockey Club's Pro Shop. He was a kind and gentle man willing to give of his time well beyond his duties in the shop. His work there helping the many children in our club get the equipment they needed showed his compassionate nature. Our heartfelt condolences to his family.
Mike, Heather, Sean and Tyler Visentin
A kind sweet soul full of pleasant conversation and forever smiling. I will miss that.-Jane Orr
I knew Kelly for many years. He never said a bad word about anyone and even when life dealt him hard times he always had a smile. Not having lived in Parry Sound for a number of years I didn’t see him often but when I did he was always up for some pleasant conversation.He will surely be missed by many.-Gary Kennedy
So sorry to hear about Kelly’s passing. I worked with him many years ago at MNR. He was such a kind and thoughtful man. I will miss our chats. The world is a little less light today. RIP my friend.-Mary Hachigian