Christopher Harold Kelly, son of Harold and Virgie (Frazier) Kelly was born in Brooklyn, New York on August 23, 1964. Chris suddenly departed this life on Monday, September 27, 2021.
He moved to Bergenfield, New Jersey at an early age where he attended the Bergenfield Public School System. He played the tuba in Junior High Band and football at Bergenfield High School where he graduated in 1982. He attended the University of Maryland and later received his Associates Degree in Computer Technology at Computer Tech in New Jersey.
Chris enjoyed spoiling his two nieces Nia and Akilah. He was a music lover and an avid fan of the Rolling Stones and Prince. He loved sports and the New York Giants. He was very interested in politics and current events. He loved to discuss the latest topics on CNN. Chris loved classic Hollywood movies especially James Bond. He liked to talk about old movies a lot. Chris was famous for quoting lines from classic movies, especially a quote from a Raisin in the Sun, “Willy not with that money!”
Chris was employed by Business Integra as a Computer Technician working in various locations such as the Pentagon and the State Department on security classification projects.
Chris had several health issues. He was a diabetic and was taken away from us by a heart attack. Chris, spite of his illness, never complained.
Chris leaves to mourn his passing his beloved parents, Harold and Virgie; one brother, Jeffrey Frazier Kelly; one sister, Leslie Jones (Freddy); two nieces Nia and Akilah; his aunts, Doris Kelly, Shirley Plummer, Alfrieda Brown, Rhoda Beckwith, Bernice Cardwell, Joyce Kelly, Carolyn King, Julia Kelly, Connie Frazier, Doris Foy and Rosie Frazier; his uncles, Terry Burley Frazier, Oliver King, James Foy, and Mackie James Kelly; one great-uncle, Harvey Zeigler and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.
Chris, you have fought the good fight
You have run the race
May you rest in God’s heavenly embrace
We love you and miss you, rest in peace
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