Jill Ellen Kelly, 35 years of age, of Salisbury, MA formerly of Centerville passed away on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at her home. She was the daughter of the late Thomas Joseph Kelly II, and late Deborah (O’Malley) Kelly of Centerville, MA.
Jill Ellen is the mother of Shane Whitman of Hyannis, MA and the sister of Thomas Joseph Kelly III of Malden, MA. She is also the niece of Edward & Joanne (O’Malley) O’Connor of Naples, Florida; Raymond & Gail (Freeman) of Dennis Port, MA; Kevin & Ester (Trillo) of Revere, MA; Janice M. O’Malley of Burlington, MA; and Joseph P & Carole (Roberts) O’Malley of Salisbury, MA.
Jill had numerous cousins who were close to her, as well as many of her friends that have given her tribute and love in these short years of her life. She graduated from Barnstable High School in 2002. She worked in the Hospitality Industry for years; recently she worked at the Carousel in Salisbury, MA.
Jill Ellen was a compassionate loving individual who left a mark on everyone she met. She had an aura of light that she brought into a room, her unbelievable smile and her infectious laughter brought joy to everyone’s heart. You never wanted her to leave; she gave peace to your soul. She was a forceful presence that reminded you to live life to its fullest and she lived life in a positive outlook. She was kind, warm, and compassionate, yet a strong individual who never backed down. She was honest and told you what you needed to hear even when it was unpleasant. She was a spirited soul who ran wild through the world and lived each day to the fullest. She truly will be missed by all.
Jill Ellen was an advocate against bullying of any kind. While attending high school she volunteered at BAGLY Inc located at 28 Court Street, Boston, MA. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to them. Please click on link below to see Jill’s tribute: https://www.bagly.org//honoring-jill
Later in the summer a Memorial will be done for Jill Ellen, however with the Covid-19 epidemic; we aren’t able to gather together to honor Jill Ellen at this time. Please keep her family in your prays.