Let the memory of Kelly be with us forever
  • 56 years old
  • Born on September 28, 1959 .
  • Passed away on March 18, 2016 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kelly Pearce 56 years old , born on September 28, 1959 and passed away on March 18, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 28th September 2018
Happy birthday my love. You may not be here beside me to celebrate your birthday but you are always in my heart and in my thoughts. All my loveXOXO
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 15th June 2018
Happy anniversary sweetheart - we were married 27 years ago today❤️ I miss you Kelly. I miss your voice. I miss your smile. I miss your hugs. I miss your jokes. I miss how you made me feel. I miss your everything. All my love always XOXO
Posted by Allie Pearce on 19th March 2018
Still miss you. :(
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 18th March 2018
I lost Kelly two years ago today. Time passes but not a day goes by that he is not here in my heart. The day Kelly died was not just a date on a calendar, it was the day when my very existence changed forever. I love you sweetheart and miss you a little more each day.❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 25th December 2017
A second Christmas without Kelly and I am missing him today as I have every day throughout the year and remembering those happy days when he was here with me. Merry Christmas sweetheart. All my love forever. XOXO
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 28th September 2017
Today would have been Kelly's 58th birthday. Happy birthday my love. I miss you a lot more than I realized. Things keep happening and I always find myself wishing I could tell you about them.❤️❤️
Posted by Larry Pearce on 16th June 2017
I have been thinking about how happy Kelly was when he got married. I miss my #1 son who I love very much. Larry
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 15th June 2017
Kelly and I were married on a beautiful sunny day 26 years ago today.Happy anniversary sweetheart. I love you Kelly, and I will love you until I die, and if there is life after that, I'll love you then.
Posted by Bryan Perry on 18th March 2017
A year ago today I lost a dear friend and one of my strongest supporters. We were in the Bahamas at the time and when Charlie Puth sang "it's been a long day without you my friend" (Fast and Furious movie) at his concert that we were attending I could not help but think of Kelly. As we lounged by the pool yesterday, on our vacation in the Dominican Republic, i don't think it was mere coincidence that Charlie Puth came from the speakers spaced around the pool. I dried my eyes, thought of my friend and hoped he was pain free and enjoying a well earned peace.
Posted by Allie Pearce on 18th March 2017
Thinking of Uncle Kelly today. :( A year later, I am still sad.
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 18th March 2017
Kelly passed away one year ago today. Losing Kelly has left a hole in my heart that time cannot heal. I love you and miss you sweetheart and I would trade all my tomorrows for one more day with you. ❤❤❤
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 23rd December 2016
Christmas is quickly approaching - the first one without Kelly and for me it will be a Christmas of happy memories and profound sadness that Kelly is not here to share this Christmas. Kelly was like a big kid at Christmas who took greater joy in giving presents than getting them, who slipped the kids what he called "Uncle Kelly spending money" and who took great pride in being asked to make his "famous" mashed potatoes for the family Christmas dinner. Kelly gave me many presents over the years but the one I will always treasure most is his unconditional love. Merry Christmas sweetheart XXOO
Posted by Larry Pearce on 28th September 2016
Laurie and I are especially thinking of Kelly today and continue to miss him and are so sorry he is not here to be with us and those who care about him. We love him very much and always will. Larry
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 28th September 2016
Today would have been Kelly's 57th birthday. Happy birthday my love. While you are not here with me to celebrate today you are always in my heart and in my thoughts. The Coke''s on me sweetheart.❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Cathy Pearce on 15th June 2016
Twenty five years ago today I married the love of my life. Kelly was kind, considerate, strong, brave, unselfish, understanding and very loving. Happy anniversary sweetheart. I miss you more every day. While I can't hold you in my arms anymore I will always hold you in my heart.
Posted by Trish Berry on 20th May 2016
Kelly and I met working at 748 Comm Troop. Our first forced march, he yelled at me all the way up a big hill. I never wanted to go back. We spent the longest five weeks of one summer in Wainwright on our Junior Leaders Course. We sat together every day, me nudging him awake every time he fell asleep. We argued a lot at work, he was usually right but I would never admit it. We reconnected a few years back and spent many hours rehashing our time in the unit. I'm so sorry for your loss Cathy, he took really good care of you. I miss his laughter.
Posted by James Doran on 7th May 2016
Uncle Kelly was a kind and caring man. That was the first thing you noticed about him. He could talk to family and friends for hours - a loyal man, through and through. He will be missed. He will be loved. Thank you, Kelly, for making Aunt Cathy so happy. Rest in peace. - love, James and Sharon
Posted by Diana Gorman on 7th May 2016
I am so sorry Cathy for your loss. I am also sorry for not seeing enough of Kelly over the years. He was so thoughtful to call all the time. Kelly was truly an amazing step brother, always genuine, caring and loved our family with all his heart as we did him.
Posted by Latha Guruswamy on 6th May 2016
May my condolences bring you comfort and may my prayers ease the pain of loss
Posted by Brent Blackhall on 5th May 2016
Cathy, we are so sorry for your loss. Kelly was always so good at keeping in touch over the years. I was lucky to have had a conversation with him recently. Kelly was always a very kind and helpful guy, a great step brother and we shared a lot of laughs and watched a lot of movies together. On of my best ever golf games was with Kelly, I had a full length leg cast on and he carried my clubs and his, that's the kind of guy he was. Mom also wanted me to say she will miss him very much and is thinking of you Cathy. She also appreciated his keeping in touch over the years. When we were all living together in Nanaimo we had lots of good dinner discussions. He always left the milk on the table but other than that was much more help around the house than me and my sister! Brenda and I want you to know we will never forget Kelly and that he was very lucky to have had you Cathy in his life.
Posted by Kiran Anwar on 3rd May 2016
Dear Cathy, I am so sorry for your loss Cathy. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time.
Posted by Dean Roberge on 2nd May 2016
Kelly, I will never forget when Sandy and I moved in across the road from you and Cathy on Glovers Road in Oshawa. You were the first person to introduce yourself and offer your help, if we ever needed anything. We became great friends over the years and even after you moved away we spoke many times on the phone. Sandy and I are truly heart broken you had to leave this world to soon and we will never forget your kind spirit. Cathy our heart goes out to you during this difficult time. We were all so fortunate to have Kelly in our lives. Kelly touched so many of us in so many different ways. We will really miss our friend Kelly!
Posted by Arthur Pearce on 15th April 2016
Although we never knew Kelly, we know he was a great man, like his father Larry. We only met Larry's family later in life through some ancestry research that we had take on. Larry and Art bonded quickly as brothers, which they are. We have shared the family events through e-mails and through a couple of gathering. With heavy hearts we sadly share the loss of Kelly. To the Pearce family we want to say: "Your loved one is not far away but is as close to you as your warmest memories". We hope those cherished memories bring comfort in your days ahead. God bless you all. Warmest regards Art and Merle Pearce/family.
Posted by Vicki Mitchell on 15th April 2016
During family visits in Nanaimo, teenaged Kelly was extraordinarily kind and patient as he gently distanced himself from a very young me. Kelly, reflected his parents diplomacy as he ensured I was happily occupied. Qualities he obviously maintained throughout his life as remembered above. Sending heartfelt condolences to all of Kelly's family. Vicki Mitchell (Hamilton)
Posted by Paul Doran on 15th April 2016
Because he was generous and kind; caring and genuine. For his smile and his service; for games and grub. For humor and honesty, inquisitiveness and interest. Because he was there for family, for neighbours and friends. Because he made me laugh, because he made Aunt Cathy happy. For cokes and model planes and old playboy mags. For these reasons, and a hundred more. He was loved. He is missed. He will always be remembered. With a tear, and a smile. I'll miss you, Uncle Kelly.
Posted by Pat Loughran on 14th April 2016
Condolences to Kelly's famiy, my heart goes out to you, thinking of you Cathy, with heartfelt sorrow,
Posted by Karen Doran on 14th April 2016
One of the things I appreciated most about Kelly is how genuine he was. 'What you saw is what you got.' He genuinely liked helping people and that has been reflected in the heartfelt response to his passing by his neighbours & friends. I loved that he was so good to Cathy and I'm so happy that they found each other. Kelly always expressed an interest in his nieces and nephews and loved to spend time with them. And Kelly always made those great mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving and Christmas! Kelly thanks for making our family yours. love,Karen & Larry
Posted by Leigh Doran on 14th April 2016
Uncle Kelly had a certain openness to him, a wide-eyed warmth and generosity that he extended to every single person he encountered in life. It didn’t matter who you were or where you came from.. stranger or family member, waiter or bus driver, millionaire or beggar… Kelly would look you in the eye with a warm smile and a story to tell. He never overlooked anyone; he made everyone feel acknowledged and important. I will never forget the welcome sight of him and Aunt Cathy arriving at our family functions, a big teddy bear with a cooler of coke in tow and a basket of gifts for everyone. He was the type of guy that would give you the shirt off his back, the type of guy that was arranging thank you gifts for nurses and hospital workers even as he lay in a hospital bed battling serious illness. Such generosity of spirit is rare and exceptional. He was a good man and the world was a better place for having known him. Rest in Peace Uncle Kelly XXOO
Posted by Allie Pearce on 14th April 2016
You will be missed by your wife, father, brother, niece and the rest of your family. I will make sure to tell your future great nieces/nephews about you.
Posted by Donna Horbay on 14th April 2016
Condolences to the Kellly's family, you left this earth far too soon, but your memory lives in the hearts of all who loved you.
Posted by Diana Krimmer on 14th April 2016
A father/son relationship is unique and special. No matter on earth or in heaven, that always continues. Our memories always live on and can never be taken away from us. Our condolences to our dear friend Larry, his wife Laurie, Scott, and Kelly's family.
Posted by Jamie Howlett on 12th April 2016
Missing you already.

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