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May 31, 1968 — January 8, 2019

With deep sadness we regret to announce Kelly has passed away, leaving behind his beloved children Matthew and Katie, wife Cindy, mom Kathy, brother Rob, stepchildren Shayna and Tori, best football buddy Kevan and so many, many, many more family, friends and colleagues with the Harmony Acura-Honda family in Kelowna.

Kelly is predeceased by his twin brother Kevin, father Bob, special cousin Christopher and both sets of grandparents.

At Kelly’s request there will be no Funeral Service held. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date where he will be laid to rest at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens with his twin brother Kevin.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association, www.cmha.ca. If you wish to send a condolence, post photos or share a memory, please scroll down the page to the area called “Share Your Condolences.”

In memory of Kelly please wear your best NFL jersey while watching the playoffs this weekend. GO PACK GO!!



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In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association Link: www.cmha.ca




  • Karen J Adams says:

    Our hearts were crushed to hear of Kelly’s passing. He was a wonderful man and the love of Cindy’s life, as was she to him. It was a joy to be around him and Cindy. Beautiful couple; his life ended too soon. Our love to his family and Cindy…..Karen & Clint Adams

  • Natalie Mason says:

    My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time. May you draw strength from each other. Rest peacefully Kelly…..

  • Kevin Loehndorf says:

    Dear Cindy and families. My deepest sympathies go out to you all. I hope you all find the strength to move forward and know that Kelly is at peace. He was a great husband, father and friend. I will miss him dearly!

  • Eileen (Kramchynsky) Nelson says:

    Went to E.D. Feehan Highschool in Saskatoon with Brother Rob and the twins! Played basketball w Kelly and Kevin and well! Will cherish those fun times and memories we made!! GO TROJANS GO!!! May you Rest In Peace Kelly!!
    Deepest sympathies from Kramchynsky family to yours!! Mother Olga, Laurie,Joann and James

  • Brian Carduner says:

    It was an honor to have coached Kelly during his formative years. He was an intense competitor, an unselfish teammate, and a pleasure to work with. Lyn and I are deeply saddened with the news of his passing. Cindy our most heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family.

  • Adrien Denis says:

    I worked with Kelley at Capital Ford in Regina. Always had a smile on his face and joke to share will miss our conversations during Green Bays games!!! Rest In Peace my friend. 🙏🙏

  • Roger & Eleanor Kennedy says:

    Dear Kathy, Rob and Kelly’s Family
    We are so terribly sad to hear of Kelly’s death. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you.

  • Robert Cherneski says:

    I love my brother and will forever remember him.

    • Greg & Laura (McRae) Leis says:

      We are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

    • Leslie Shepherdson says:

      Dear Kathy and Rob, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your son and brother. My heart goes out to you all.
      Deepest condolences.

  • HAZEL & TOM MILLER says:

    Please accept Our deepest condolences Kathy & Rob.

  • Dennis Hrapchak says:

    Worked with Kelly in Kelowna, he was always up for talking sports or just having a chat. Great guy! He will be missed!!! Condolences to Cindy and the family!

  • Sandy Baczuk says:

    My deepest sympathies go out to all of Kelly’s family and extended family at this very difficult time. Kelly was a great leader to many and a very fun and loving person to work with! I only hope that Kelly is now at peace and is reunited with his twin brother Kevin! Rest peacefully my friend, I already miss your posts and I’m sure that the boys are missing you as well!😢

  • David Miller says:

    I am terribly sadden to hear of this loss. My condolenses to his family. Kelly and I worked together at Capital Ford and he was a great teacher and mentor for me in my career as a salesman and later a finance manager. You will greatly be missed.

  • Angie Stafford (Wirll) says:

    Kathy and Robbie, I am so deeply sadden to hear of Kellys passing… We grew up together on the same street. Kelly is now
    with his brother Kevin once again. My heart goes out to all Kellys family and friends. May you all hold his memory close at heart. Kelly may you rest in peace.

  • Les says:

    Rest in Peace Kel. Spread some joy up there! Till we meet again…. xoxo

  • Stephen (Steve) Semchyshen says:

    I graduated with Kelly and Kevin and I will never forget the talk Kelly and I had after Kevin had passed. Being a twin with my brother Richard, Kelly gave me a deep understanding of how to share my life and also be an individual with respect to being twins. “Never worry about him but be sure you’re always together to enjoy life “. My sympathies to all of Kelly’s family, I am saddened by our loss of a good man.

  • Tanya Murphy (Latta) says:

    Much love to all Kelly’s family and friends! Sincere condolences!

  • Cindy (Schroh) Kroeger says:

    I can’t imagine the heartache Kelly’s family is going through right now. I’m so terribly sorry for your loss. I went to high school at E.D. Feehan with the boys. They were all awesome – fun, caring, intelligent, and kind – you raised good people Kathy. To distinctly remember Kelly after 30+ years says a lot about his personality. He had a positive impact on many, many people during those years and I’m certain this tragic news will hit home again. Sending healing thoughts and prayers to your beautiful family.

  • Bernice & Ernie Bodnar says:

    Dear Kathy & Rob, Cindy & families,
    We are so sad to learn of Kelly’s passing. No words will ease the pain however know our thoughts are with you & may all the loving memories help you to move forward. We have very fond memories of Kelly & Kevin growing up in your Avenue Y home & know he will be missed.
    Our Sincerest Condolences
    Bernice & Ernie

  • Kimberly Cornell says:

    I didn’t get a chance to know Kelly very well. But he left a big impression. To know him was to love him. You always knew when Kelly was around.. one of those big personalities that you just couldn’t help but notice. It was an energy and a vibe that you just enjoyed being around. Kelly didn’t blend in with the background!! He was always up to talk, offer advice and encouragement, and always made sure you knew you were appreciated and valued. He left a huge hole when he left..
    When we heard the news, I couldn’t help but think about this picture. Just before Christmas he organized a volunteer day collecting donations for charity, and he showed up for the very last shift late in the evening. He was exhausted and still smiling anyway. He passed his hour in style, charming shoppers, singing, dancing. I remember being able to hear his laugh from several aisles away. I just remember from half a store away he spotted me and did this big huge full arm wave that just.. it made me laugh! This memory played over and over in my mind, the last really great memory I have of a great man.

    You’ll be sorely missed Kelly.

  • Colleen Mah says:

    Cindy, so sad to hear of Kelly’s passing. Our deepest condolences.
    Wally and Colleen Mah

  • Bob, Judy Morrison & Family says:

    Kathy & Rob Sincere condolences in your loss of Kelly. Our thoughts and prayers from all of us at this difficult time

  • Anna Di Santo-Johnston says:

    Dear Cindy and family,
    High School may have been a long time ago ( 1987) but certain people are never forgotten. Words of comfort are hard to find but knowing how Kelly made such a positive impression of my high school days may help feel the warm thoughts of love he left. He will always remain a sweet memory close to our hearts. Trojan family strong forever. ❤
    My sincerest sympathies,
    Anna (married to Tony Johnston)

  • Cheryl Schwartzenberger says:

    So very very sorry to hear this news. Loved the whole family. Remember fondly the old days in the neighborhood and Bishop Klein. Many evenings of hide and seek. My sincere condolences to you all.

  • Ray Philipenko says:

    While it’s been many years since we spoke, i still have great memories of high school and playing basketball together. May you rest in peace my friend. Condolences to the family on this tragic loss.

  • Phyllis and John Mantyka says:

    Dear Kathy, Bob
    Our deepest condolences go out to you both on the loss of Kelly. At this difficult time, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Phyllis and John

  • Shirley Casewell says:

    To Cindy, Kathy and all the family! I am Kelly’s Dad, Robert’s first cousin. Sending deep heart-felt SINCERE Sympathy to all the family. From Saskatoon, I am now in Calgary, missing my communication with you Kathy, so very sorry Kathy for your loss! Kelly was a fine young man, a loss and heartache for all, What a lovely family he left as a legacy! Blessings to all with LOVE and HUGS! Shirley Casewell (nee Posynick)

  • Saqib Irfan says:

    I worked with Kelly when he was at Saskatoon Motor Products. A big fan of his work ethic and attention to detail.
    When I came to learn that he has passed away, I could not believe it.
    He was a fine professional and always the one who will brighten up the room.
    Bless you and May Almighty Grant Patience To Kelly’s family.

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