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Official Obituary of: Sean Patrick Kelly, 47, on May 17, 2024

Sean Patrick Kelly, 47, on May 17, 2024

Sean Patrick Kelly, 47, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, May 17, 2024, in Charleston, South Carolina.

Sean was born on March 17, 1977, in Pawtucket, RI. He grew up in North Attleboro and graduated from Tri-County Regional High School, where he studied Automotive Technology. Sean worked at Rodman Ford as a mechanic and tow truck driver before pursuing a career as an EMT, completing the Coventry Fire Academy. He worked for Coastline and Med Tech ambulance companies and enjoyed bartending at numerous establishments in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Charleston, SC.

Sean was a free spirit and a daredevil who loved running, biking, snowboarding, skydiving, scuba diving, camping, and spending time with his family. He completed the Tough Mudder and the American Lung Association’s “Peak the Plaza” stair climb in Providence, RI.

Sean is survived by his parents, Anne and Joseph Kelly of North Attleboro; his brothers, Christopher Kelly of Medway, MA, and Robert Kelly of Middleboro, MA; his nephew, Wyatt James Kelly of Middleboro, MA; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

His funeral, to which family and friends are kindly invited to attend, will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2024 beginning with visitation from 11 AM to 1 PM at the Sperry McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove St, North Attleboro, MA. A memorial service celebrating Sean’s life will commence promptly at 1 PM in the funeral home. Interment will be held privately at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Red Cross as an expression of sympathy.

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  • Kelly family –

    It is with great sadness that I make this comment. Though it has been some time since I have seen y’all I have deep, fond memories of being at your house in North Attleboro to visit Chris….and often spending as much time with Sean and Robbie.

    Joe & Anne – there were many times in my youth when you served as “unofficial foster parents” for me, Kayne, Todd, and others. For that I cannot thank you enough. I am so sincerely sorry for your loss.

    Chris & Robbie – nothing will ever change the fond memories of Sean’s life…time will heal some of the hurt but will never replace what’s in your hearts for your brother.

    I love you all and have you in my prayers…

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  1. Kelly family –

    It is with great sadness that I make this comment. Though it has been some time since I have seen y’all I have deep, fond memories of being at your house in North Attleboro to visit Chris….and often spending as much time with Sean and Robbie.

    Joe & Anne – there were many times in my youth when you served as “unofficial foster parents” for me, Kayne, Todd, and others. For that I cannot thank you enough. I am so sincerely sorry for your loss.

    Chris & Robbie – nothing will ever change the fond memories of Sean’s life…time will heal some of the hurt but will never replace what’s in your hearts for your brother.

    I love you all and have you in my prayers…

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