ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Neil Kellar, 58 years old, born on April 17, 1960, and passed away on March 1, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Heather Klyne on April 17, 2020
To my Beloved Neil,

Happy Birthday to you my love... every day I think of you... I see you. ..in my heart you will always live on. I miss you so much and it doesn't get any easier. I miss your arms that held me so close.
I will never love this way again.... forever in my heart XoXoXo
I Love You Neil....
Posted by Heather Klyne on June 5, 2019
Neil,
Since I met you ,I was in love with you. I had to have you... When I looked into your icy blue eyes and was held by your strong arms ,I was paralyzed with lust. Within a few weeks we were spending every day together. You came over after work and went fishing out behind my house. You loved that. We enjoyed many warm summer days together. Then you asked me to live with you. I was ecstatic!then began a new chapter at the Brownsville... To be continued

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Posted by Heather Klyne on April 17, 2020
To my Beloved Neil,

Happy Birthday to you my love... every day I think of you... I see you. ..in my heart you will always live on. I miss you so much and it doesn't get any easier. I miss your arms that held me so close.
I will never love this way again.... forever in my heart XoXoXo
I Love You Neil....
Posted by Heather Klyne on June 5, 2019
Neil,
Since I met you ,I was in love with you. I had to have you... When I looked into your icy blue eyes and was held by your strong arms ,I was paralyzed with lust. Within a few weeks we were spending every day together. You came over after work and went fishing out behind my house. You loved that. We enjoyed many warm summer days together. Then you asked me to live with you. I was ecstatic!then began a new chapter at the Brownsville... To be continued
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Remembering my Neil

Shared by Heather Klyne on December 8, 2020
Everyday I still think of you Neil. I am so sorry I couldn't save you that horrible night. If only I had been with you that night instead of falling asleep on the couch. You were so tall, strong and undeniably steadfast. Nothing could take you from me. I thought.... I hope to see you soon in the otherside. I will look forward to that my sweet. Thank you for helping me catch my first salmon. It was my best memory of you Neil. I hope you are doing everything you love now. 
Until we meet again my love,
Heather

"Gone Fishing"

Shared by Heather Klyne on May 4, 2019

I remember when Neil took me salmon fishing on the Fraser River near Chilliwack under the Aggasiz bridge. It was not last year but the year before. It was an amazing time up early with the birds having a coffee on the Fraser River. It was fabulous!! I didn't have my fishing license so Neil caught the fish and I reeled it in!!! I don't know if that was legal but hey it worked. It was a nice 8 pounder. 

That is my most fondest memory of Neil I love you and miss you dearly my love. 

Rest in peace my love. Rest in peace.... 

FISH ON !!!!!