Funeral services for Mike Kelty, 50, of Sulphur Springs will be conducted at First Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 3, with Dr. David Hardage, the Rev. Fred Lewis, the Rev. Mark Bryant and the Rev. C.J. Duffey officiating.
Interment will follow at Restlawn Memorial Park with Steve Proctor, Tom Rost, Quinton Suttle, Butch Burney, Scott Burgin, Marlin Jones, Terry Moreland and Tony Cook serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Dale McMahan, Turk Morgan, Jeff Caldwell, Charlie Northcutt, David Watson, Grady Cashions, Jack Dickerson, Jeremy Weatherman and Rick Cowan.
Visitation will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, July 2, at First Baptist Church.
Mike Kelty died Saturday afternoon, June 30, 2012, at Rock Creek Health and Rehabilitation.
He was born in Paris on Dec. 22, 1961, the son of Timothy Maurice Kelty and Karen (Thurman) Kelty.
He was a 1980 graduate of Sulphur Springs High School and he held a Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University. He was a realtor, building contractor, retired teacher and owner of Mr. Fence. He coached flag football, boys baseball and girls softball. He also coached Destination Imagination and was a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Survivors include one son, Zachary James Kelty and wife, Sam, of Brisbane, Australia; two daughters, Makenzie Lauren Kelty Glenn and husband, Jared, and Marissa Karrie Kelty, all of Sulphur Springs; his parents, Tim and Nita Kelty of Sulphur Springs, Karen and Fred Partin of McKinney; a sister, Karol Ann DeLong and husband, Chris, and their children, Chaney and Drew DeLong, all of Franklin, Tenn.; a brother, Tommy Kelty and wife, Debbie, and their children Mariah, Makenna and Miley Kelty, all of McKinney; stepbrothers Greg Martin and wife, Allison, and their children, Sloane, Spencer and Skyler, Brad Martin and wife, Kristen and their children, Emily, Mallory and Abbey; stepsisters Leah Conner and husband, Dr. Tod Conner, and their children, Sadie, Kelty, Lucy and Mac, all of Sulphur Springs, and Michelle Partin and her daughter, Kaylee, of Irving.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Maurice and Odene Kelty, Zula Thurman Hopkins and T. L. Hopkins; a grandson, Jace Glenn; and an aunt and uncle, Jon and Ann Moss.
Memorials may be made to The American Cancer Society and/or Hospice at Memorial.
The online register can be signed at: www.murrayorwosky.com
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