Euthel Loyd Kelley

Euthel Loyd Kelley

November 30, 1944 - May 22, 2016

Denison
Euthel Loyd Kelley, Jr., 71, of Denison died at Texoma Medical Center on Sunday, May 22, 2016.
Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at Johnson-Moore Pottsboro Chapel.
Loyd was born on November 30, 1944 at Perrin AFB, the son of Euthel Loyd and Lois Woods Kelley, Sr. He graduated from Denison High School and proudly served his country in the United States Army. Loyd retired as a switchman from Union Pacific Railroad in 2005. He was a member of the American Legion. He loved to go deer hunting, enjoyed fishing, spending time with family, going camping and playing with his grandkids.
He is survived by his daughters, Nicole Brown of Sherman and Natalie Cox and her husband, Jeff of Fort Worth, Texas; brothers, Clinton Kelley and his wife, Dorothy of Clarksville, Arkansas and Garry Kelley and his wife, Jane of Sherman; grandchildren, Katelyn Martin and her husband, Chris, Jerri Cox, Harley Cox, Breanna Cox and Brady Cox and great-grandchildren, Cannon and Kyland.
We will miss you so much Daddy-O.
Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson-Moore Funeral Home.
Condolences may be registered to: www.johnsonmoorefuneralhome.net

0 Comments on “Euthel Loyd Kelley”

  • U.Z. Small

    says:

    We spent many years together both on the job and off. I loved Loyd’s dry sense of humor, that not everyone understood. I recall one afternoon when we were having lunch at Watsonburger. Loyd was sitting with his back to the order counter, where a Denison police officer was ordering lunch. a passing car backfired just as it passed. Someone said “that sounded like a gunshot”. Loyd, unaware the the policeman was standing right behind him, remarked: ” probably a cop shootin’ at a jay walker”. The policeman turned to see who made the remark, but even though I snickered, I turned my back so I wouldn’t tip off the officer. Don’t think he ever new who made the remark. That was typical of Loyd’s sense of humor, and I will miss him very much. Condolences to Natalie and Nicole, and all the family. U.Z. and Jo Ann Small

  • Jane Kelley

    says:

    Through the years that we have been thru since I married his brother Garry in 1986, I have so grown to love the most generous most unselfish man. He worked so hard for his family when in need. He so loved his girls, grand children, great grandchildren.He was so proud of them! Family meant everything! He gave his all. The family struggles that we had over come, Bo” as we all know him and “set” in his ways was always there for support with his wisdom when asked, always gave the best advise. Other wise he never intervened in bickering as that was his way. “Mellow”. Though many of us would thought different. Trust me he was right! He was unique as he kept to himself and didn’t subdue to any issues that would affective his love for his family. However he was always there when issues affective ours. Thru his illness he was determined to get well, very motivated to stay with us as he loved life and wanted to be here for his family that he cherished so. God however had other plans. His love for us was silent to actually say “I love you”. While in the hospital I told him “Bo I love you” He silently said back (I love you to, but don’t let anyone know I said that). Yup that was “Bo”! As time moves forward life still goes on! Memories will be cherished as this will bring healing among us to have had opportunity to have had “Bo” in our lives. Truly will remain in our hearts for the time we have left on earth, as an inspiration for reuniting when God calls for us. Love and so much will miss this kindhearted man. Till we meet again.

  • R. Flynn

    says:

    May the words of Revelation 21 : 4 ” and he will wipe out every tear from their eyes , and death will be no more , neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore . The former things have passed away . ” comfort your family during this difficult time .

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