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The Passing of a Good Man

November 27th, 2006 by Halli

Lonnie C. Kelly passed away Monday, November 20th. He left a very large void in the hearts of many family and friends.

Lonnie grew up in the Pocatello area, then attended Idaho State University where he earned a degree in pharmacy. He worked as a pharmacist for many years, providing caring service to his many customers.

He was elected to the school board of Bonneville District 93, and served as chairman for 6 years. Of course, he was also a loving husband, and the father of three daughters.

Lonnie served faithfully and willingly at church, where he kept careful watch over congregation members. As a young man, he also filled a 2-year mission to California for his church.

It is as friend and neighbor that I knew Lonnie best. He always had a friendly smile and a firm handshake. And in spite of lifelong health problems himself, he always inquired about the welfare of my family.

Expected to die a number of times over the years, he continued to astound the doctors during the last months of his life. Never one to give up, Lonnie persisted in living life to the fullest and continuing his friendly service, in complete disregard of those morbid predictions.

Lonnie will be sorely missed by many. But his legacy of true friendship, warm service, and indomitable persistence will live on in the lives of all that knew him.

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