Kenneth Wayne Kelly went to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 19, 2015. He died at his home in Frederick, Oklahoma, at the age of 80 years, four months and 14 days. He was born on November 5, 1934, southwest of Frederick, Oklahoma, to Robert Clyde and Lora (Wofford) Kelly. He attended Wilson Schools for 12 years, and graduated with the class of 1953. He was active and involved with sports and excelled especially in baseball and basketball in school. His passion for sports continued throughout his life. He was an avid "Outsiders" (adult league) athlete in basketball and softball and he also loved golf. He ran circles around most of his fellow players, although they were nearly half his age. He was drafted in to the United States Army on January 23, 1957. He was stationed at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, and he worked as an Artillery Survey Party Chief. He was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant (5) on January 23, 1959. Kenneth set a record that still remains to this day for the quickest advancement through the ranks and obtained the Staff Sergeant Five in only 16 months. His name is on a plaque in North Carolina still, today. He was united in marriage to Neva Lynn Hickerson on August 5, 1961, in Davidson, Oklahoma. He worked as a farmer and served on the Davidson School Board. He was also a member of the Davidson Kiwanas and the Frederick Country Club. He was a member of the Frederick Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers: Jimmy Clyde Kelly and Don Kelly; and one sister: Nancy Miller. He is survived by his wife: Neva Kelly, of the home; one daughter: Vonnie Lynn (Kelly) Bergman, of Frederick, Oklahoma; one son: Robert Wayne Kelly and wife Patricia, of Canada; three sisters: Betty Joyce Phillips and husband Damon, of Duncan, Oklahoma, Patsy Hiser, of Farmington, New Mexico, and Doris Moore and husband Ronnie, of Enid, Oklahoma; three grandsons: Kenneth "Blake" Bergman and wife Rikki, of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Jason Griffin and wife Samantha, and Nikolas Kelly and wife Tiffany, all of Canada; and five great-grandchildren and one on the way: Dru and Tommy Bergman, Alexander and Jazzy Griffin and Nevaeh Clark. Neva would like to say thank you to Brenda Failing and daughter Sarah for all the help and support. Vonnie would like to say thank you to Brenda for being there when she was not always able to be there.