James "Jim" Kelley

Thursday, May 26th, 1955 Monday, September 2nd, 2019

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Obituary for James "Jim" Kelley

James "Jim" B. Kelley, 64, of Enfield, entered into Eternal Rest on Monday, September 2, 2019 at Baystate Medical Center. Born May 26, 1955 in Biloxi, MS, Jim was raised in Newport, VT and in Belchertown, MA, before settling in Enfield with his husband, Kevin Khuc. He was employed with Magnani and McCormick for 30 years as a Computer Tech. Jim loved traveling and enjoyed photography. He won several photography competitions throughout his amateur career, beating many professional photographers' entries. He also took part in studying genealogy and learning more about his family. In addition to his loving husband, Kevin, Jim is survived by his mother Barbara (Bean) Vanasse of Belchertown, MA, two sisters Kathy Ritter and her husband, Russell of Calabash, NC and Kerry Lebrun and her husband, Bill of FL; nephews, Justin and Jesse and nieces, Angelica and Joy; several cousins and many extended family members. He was predeceased by his father, Bernard Kelley. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. To leave online condolences please visit

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Barbara Farman McRae

Jimmy will forever in my memory be the sweet little boy who lived across the street from me in Newport, Vermont. I used to babysit for his parents, and he and Kathy and Kerry were like younger brother and sisters to me. I can still hear him call to me from his bedroom, "Barbi, Kathy is out of bed". I am very sad that he is gone. He was a little genius.
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Barbara and girls, With fond memories, Barbi.
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James Johnson

Kevin, Barb, Kathy and Kerry, so sorry for your loss. We saw Jim this summer for the first time in along time. We had a good visit.
James & Nicole Johnson, Newport, Vt.
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Mat Mormino

Kevin, was very sorry to hear about your loss. Your friends at Kamatics are thinking about you.
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Kathy Rickard

Kevin, all of us at CompuMail are heart broken. Jim was a big part of our family. I’m so very sorry, Kathy Rickard
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