In memory of
John Kelly
In memory of
John Kelly
John Kelly John (Jack) Kelly, 85, (son of Margaret and Martin Kelly) passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on January 27, 2021. He was a lifelong resident of Weehawken, fan of the New York Yankees and Giants and old westerns. He married his high school sweetheart Marie, and settled in Weehawken to raise his family of Kelly girls. He was a loving husband, dad and grandpa. After 32 years of marriage, Marie passed and he later found love once again and spent 20 years with Terry Ulrich, until her passing. Jack honorably served his hometown as a Weehawken police officer for over 37 years, eventually retiring in 2000 as the Deputy Chief, a job that he truly loved. Jack is survived by his four daughters and son-in-laws Nancy and Frank Goodstein, Patti and Bill Engel, Kathy and Jimmy Iodice, and Sharon and Tony Amaniera, along with 5 grandchildren Kelly, Brian, Samantha, Melissa, and Megan. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Weehawken Volunteer First Aid Squad or your favorite charity in his memory. Leber Funeral Home in Union City will be handling his final arrangements ( www.leber-fh.com ). A memorial service will be conducted in the future.
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Leber Funeral Home
2000 Kennedy Blvd
Union City, NJ 07087
In memory of
John Kelly
John Kelly John (Jack) Kelly, 85, (son of Margaret and Martin Kelly) passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on January 27, 2021. He was a lifelong resident of Weehawken, fan of the New York Yankees and Giants and old westerns. He married his high school sweetheart Marie, and settled in Weehawken to raise his family of Kelly girls. He was a loving husband, dad and grandpa. After 32 years of marriage, Marie passed and he later found love once again and spent 20 years with Terry Ulrich, until her passing. Jack honorably served his hometown as a Weehawken police officer for over 37 years, eventually retiring in 2000 as the Deputy Chief, a job that he truly loved. Jack is survived by his four daughters and son-in-laws Nancy and Frank Goodstein, Patti and Bill Engel, Kathy and Jimmy Iodice, and Sharon and Tony Amaniera, along with 5 grandchildren Kelly, Brian, Samantha, Melissa, and Megan. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Weehawken Volunteer First Aid Squad or your favorite charity in his memory. Leber Funeral Home in Union City will be handling his final arrangements ( www.leber-fh.com ). A memorial service will be conducted in the future.
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2000 Kennedy Blvd
Union City, NJ 07087
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