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Barry S. Kelley II


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Barry S. Kelley II (“LB”) of San Tan Valley, Arizona passed away on September 29, 2020 at the age of 17.    He recently graduated from ASU-Prep- Polytechnic Campus in May 2020 and started college at Chandler-Gilbert Community College studying Forensics.  Barry also worked as a cashier and had his own sneaker restoration business.

Barry enjoyed music, basketball, soccer, restoring old sneakers, and being around his family and friends.

He will be greatly missed as a loving son, brother, and friend.  Barry brought a light and happiness to all who he met.

A celebration of Barry’s legacy will be held at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home  at 21809 E. South Ellsworth Road Queen Creek, AZ 85142 on, Saturday October 10th, 2020 at 9am. Repast details are forthcoming.

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12 responses to “Barry S. Kelley II”

  1. Rosa Sauter says:

    May you rest in peace. May your family find happiness in memories of you. My daughter Bella went to school with you at ASU Poly and knows your friends. She is deeply saddened and sends her condolences.

  2. Clara Bushell says:

    I love the fact that God put u in the path of me and my family! I have known you since you were a little dude who wasn’t afraid to compete with anyone especially older kids. You left this Earth at a time when I know you would have made a difference. God has his own plan. Hope you know how much you are loved and missed . May God bless your family and give them strength and understanding and may the perceptual light of eternity shine upon you

  3. Family of Veronica Harris says:

    Our prayers to Barry’s family! He was a fine youngman and beloved member of ASU STEM Academy.

  4. Fermon Brown says:

    Mr Kelly you hang in there I can only imagine how you & cookie feel , I have Girls & if I could pick a son I’m proud to say LB is it you know he & I spoke whenever I saw him & his LB “little-brother “ peace & love ❤️ Fermon & family ✌

  5. Morgan Marcotte says:

    I miss you everyday and the thought of you not being here hurts. I love you.

  6. Emma Houghland says:

    Rest In Peace, my friend. You will be sorely missed. You were the best. The soccer and school memories I’ve had with you will be cherished forever. Your smile always shining no matter the circumstances. Love you, Barry, I’ll miss you. Lots of love to the Kelley Family.

  7. Anahit Kirakosian says:

    I send my deepest condolences to the Kelley Family. May Barry rest in peace. I am so glad God put Barry in my life. I will always remember our pre-game talks and our after game talks. Barry always made sure to send me a a good-luck text right before every single one of my games, and I will never forget that. He had the purest soul and he always managed to make you smile. We both won the MVP award for basketball in 2019 and called each other MVP Buddies❤️ Barry will always be my MVP Buddy, you will never be forgotten

  8. Vicky Huff says:

    This truly breaks my heart, Barry father is my Boss at work and he is the best Boss ever and he love all his Children, He is the Perfect example of how a father should be. Barry you will be missed but please know that you were loved by your family and friends. May god bless you and your family.

  9. Vicky Huff says:

    Rest in peace and love Little Barry. What a wonderful path and legacy you have left for other young men to follow.

    Our family is wishing the family the most sincere and deep condolences during this time.

    May God’s strength and peace cover you and lift you up during the hard days and even harder nights.

    Love and prayers daily going out.

    Vic, Jo and the family.

  10. Soledad Romero says:

    Barry, you were one of the most kind, smart, and talented people I know. I hope you are resting easy. I will never forget you. My deepest condolences go out to the Kelley Family

  11. The Ramirez Family says:

    We are sending prayers, love and light to the Kelley family. We love you all so much, and have treasured our friendship over the years. We will hold Little Barry’s memory close forever.

  12. Meredith Robbins says:

    Pathways
    As native peoples we hold people who walk our path
    We walk through our lives weaving in and out with one another
    My daughter walked a path with your son
    I would go past her room
    ‘Who are you texting/chatting with Little?’
    ‘Barry. He’s an insomniac like me’
    ‘Don’t stay up too late’
    ‘We sent each other pictures of the sunsets’
    Barry held a special place in my daughter’s path.
    She spoke highly of him.
    His easy smile.
    His athleticism.
    His kindness.
    We heard these words echoed in the young voices of those who gathered.
    Gathering in the interconnectivity of our lives.
    Prayers will rise in the smoke of our morning sage.
    Know you are in our hearts.
    May we meet again on this life path.
    ~On behalf of my daughter, Sidney Robbins

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Barry S. Kelley II


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Barry S. Kelley II (“LB”) of San Tan Valley, Arizona passed away on September 29, 2020 at the age of 17.    He recently graduated from ASU-Prep- Polytechnic Campus in May 2020 and started college at Chandler-Gilbert Community College studying Forensics.  Barry also worked as a cashier and had his own sneaker restoration business.

Barry enjoyed music, basketball, soccer, restoring old sneakers, and being around his family and friends.

He will be greatly missed as a loving son, brother, and friend.  Barry brought a light and happiness to all who he met.

A celebration of Barry’s legacy will be held at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home  at 21809 E. South Ellsworth Road Queen Creek, AZ 85142 on, Saturday October 10th, 2020 at 9am. Repast details are forthcoming.

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12 responses to “Barry S. Kelley II”

  1. Rosa Sauter says:

    May you rest in peace. May your family find happiness in memories of you. My daughter Bella went to school with you at ASU Poly and knows your friends. She is deeply saddened and sends her condolences.

  2. Clara Bushell says:

    I love the fact that God put u in the path of me and my family! I have known you since you were a little dude who wasn’t afraid to compete with anyone especially older kids. You left this Earth at a time when I know you would have made a difference. God has his own plan. Hope you know how much you are loved and missed . May God bless your family and give them strength and understanding and may the perceptual light of eternity shine upon you

  3. Family of Veronica Harris says:

    Our prayers to Barry’s family! He was a fine youngman and beloved member of ASU STEM Academy.

  4. Fermon Brown says:

    Mr Kelly you hang in there I can only imagine how you & cookie feel , I have Girls & if I could pick a son I’m proud to say LB is it you know he & I spoke whenever I saw him & his LB “little-brother “ peace & love ❤️ Fermon & family ✌

  5. Morgan Marcotte says:

    I miss you everyday and the thought of you not being here hurts. I love you.

  6. Emma Houghland says:

    Rest In Peace, my friend. You will be sorely missed. You were the best. The soccer and school memories I’ve had with you will be cherished forever. Your smile always shining no matter the circumstances. Love you, Barry, I’ll miss you. Lots of love to the Kelley Family.

  7. Anahit Kirakosian says:

    I send my deepest condolences to the Kelley Family. May Barry rest in peace. I am so glad God put Barry in my life. I will always remember our pre-game talks and our after game talks. Barry always made sure to send me a a good-luck text right before every single one of my games, and I will never forget that. He had the purest soul and he always managed to make you smile. We both won the MVP award for basketball in 2019 and called each other MVP Buddies❤️ Barry will always be my MVP Buddy, you will never be forgotten

  8. Vicky Huff says:

    This truly breaks my heart, Barry father is my Boss at work and he is the best Boss ever and he love all his Children, He is the Perfect example of how a father should be. Barry you will be missed but please know that you were loved by your family and friends. May god bless you and your family.

  9. Vicky Huff says:

    Rest in peace and love Little Barry. What a wonderful path and legacy you have left for other young men to follow.

    Our family is wishing the family the most sincere and deep condolences during this time.

    May God’s strength and peace cover you and lift you up during the hard days and even harder nights.

    Love and prayers daily going out.

    Vic, Jo and the family.

  10. Soledad Romero says:

    Barry, you were one of the most kind, smart, and talented people I know. I hope you are resting easy. I will never forget you. My deepest condolences go out to the Kelley Family

  11. The Ramirez Family says:

    We are sending prayers, love and light to the Kelley family. We love you all so much, and have treasured our friendship over the years. We will hold Little Barry’s memory close forever.

  12. Meredith Robbins says:

    Pathways
    As native peoples we hold people who walk our path
    We walk through our lives weaving in and out with one another
    My daughter walked a path with your son
    I would go past her room
    ‘Who are you texting/chatting with Little?’
    ‘Barry. He’s an insomniac like me’
    ‘Don’t stay up too late’
    ‘We sent each other pictures of the sunsets’
    Barry held a special place in my daughter’s path.
    She spoke highly of him.
    His easy smile.
    His athleticism.
    His kindness.
    We heard these words echoed in the young voices of those who gathered.
    Gathering in the interconnectivity of our lives.
    Prayers will rise in the smoke of our morning sage.
    Know you are in our hearts.
    May we meet again on this life path.
    ~On behalf of my daughter, Sidney Robbins

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