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Rita Maresso-Kelly R
Rita Maresso-Kelly
Mom was one of the strongest, patient, fair, loving, compassionate, family oriented and faithful woman I have ever known. How lucky I am to have had her in my life. Your Loving Daughter-In-Law, Rita
Diana Dilger D
Diana Dilger
Marilyn was truly a loving, caring, and compassionate "Christian" lady. She always had kind words for everyone . She loved the Lord with her whole heart. It was a privilege to have known her. We attended Mass and Bible study together and she had some deep insights to share with us. I'm sure The Lord welcomed her with open arms saying "Well done good and faithful servant, enter into my heavenly kingdom! With deep sorrow, Diana

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Barbara & Otis Lipps B
Barbara & Otis Lipps
We will miss her kind words and sweetness. I remember her and Aunt Chick since I was small and watching them, just having fun all the time together, dancing and on tables no less. Everytime we got together it was like we were never apart. Now she is with her Mother and Father and Mike again and she will be watching all of us from above.Our hearts go out to the Family. She was such a sweet person to be with and around.
Louis Amari L
Louis Amari
I will miss her. I loved just dropping in on her without calling, my wife and I did this often and i'm sure that she loved the company. She was the closest thing to a saint that I have ever know and I told her that a lot, Marilyn I will miss you and now I have no one to pray for me anymore. My wife Pat and I loved her very much. I always teased her about her being old enough to be my mother and she would smile and tell me that we were only a few years apart, cousin be at peace in heaven
JAckie Stawiarski J
JAckie Stawiarski
For the short time we knew your mom, she always smiled when we saw her.. She was a kind person. She will be greatly missed. Frank, Jackie, Chrissy, Cassie, Theresa, Debbie Stawiarski, baby Delilah and Toby Waits
Janet Lissak J
Janet Lissak
Sorry for the loss of your Mom, Marilyn Kelly. May you share many happy memories with your family and friends. Deacon Larry and Janet Lissak
Paul Lape P
Paul Lape
Of all the memories I have of Aunt Marilyn, one thing stands out the most. She was ready with a hug whenever I saw her. Weddings, graduations, family get-togethers, she was there, smiling kindly and waiting to get her hug. She always made me feel welcomed, and loved. My hope for all who mourn her is that they rejoice in who she was, and know that we were blessed with her in our lives.

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Francesca Amari Sajtar F
Francesca Amari Sajtar
Will miss Marilyn's kindness and sweetness. She was like a wonderful Aunt to all of us, even though she was my dad's first cousin, and our second cousin. I feel like Marilyn was the glue that held the Amari boys together, and her loss is great. Thinking of all the Kellys and sending lots of love and calming energy during this difficult time. Love, Francesca Amari Sajtar
Beverly Adamski B
Beverly Adamski
We will miss you Marilyn. You are and forever shall be a wonderful lady who's love, grace and kindness will be with us always. Rest in peace and though we grieve and try to reach for your hand in vain, our faith is such that we believe that all of us shall meet again. Your gentle touch will remain upon the hearts of those who loved you best. Beverly and John Adamski.

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Sal & Pat Cirrincione S
Sal & Pat Cirrincione
We never made it to Ireland together dear Marilyn, but I shared it through your memories and telling - you have always had a special place in my heart - you and that twinkle in your eye will be sorely missed. Pat & Sal Cirrincione
Patty O'Malley P
Patty O'Malley
Marilyn was always thinking of her family. She was a great lady and will be remembered fondly! I am better for knowing her. Prayers go out to her family and friends. Patty O'Malley

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janice j
Marilyn was like a big sister to me when Linda and I were teens. I once told her she was as close to the Virgin Mary as any person I ever knew.. What a special person she was.She will be missed for sure. God bless from Janice
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Obituary for Marilyn A. Kelly

Marilyn A. Kelly (nee Vittorio) Age 75

Beloved wife of the late Michael A. Kelly.
Devoted mother of Maureen (David) Furjanic, Mary Kay (Steve) Jennrich, Michael (Rita), Martin (Ellen) and Matthew (Jeannine) Kelly.
Proud grandmother of 17.
Cherished great-grandmother of 2.
Adored sister of James (Gerry) Vittorio, Linda (Michael) Ryan, and the late Emil “Bud” (Marge) Vittorio.
Dear aunt of many nieces and nephews.

Visitation Thursday 3-9 p.m.

Funeral Friday 9:00 a.m. from the Robert J. Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home, 9000 W. 151st Street, Orland Park, IL to St. Damian Church, Mass 10:00 a.m.

Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery

In lieu of flowers, donations to Catholic Charities, 721 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, IL 60654 would be appreciated.

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3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Robert J. Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home - Orland Park

9000 W. 151st St., Orland Park, IL 60462, United States





10:00 AM


Funeral procession will leave the funeral home at 9:00 a.m. on Friday to go to the church.

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Memorial Contribution
Catholic Charities

721 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, IL 60654


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