1981 ~ KELLOUGH ~ 2015

Posted: April 13th, 2015

1981 ~ KELLOUGH ~ 2015
James Kellough, beloved husband of Terri Kellough of Redcliff, passed away on Thursday, April 9th, 2015 at the age of 33 years. Beau also leaves to cherish his memory his sons, Kade and Jager; father and mother-in-law, Marcel and Rene Desjarlais; brother-in-law, Evan (Chantal) Desjarlais; his mother, Carol; three brothers, Dan (Ginny), Andy (Shannon) and Dave (Nicki); as well as numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Beau was predeceased by his father, Murray; and one brother, Corey. The Memorial Service will be held at The River in Redcliff, located at the end of 9th Avenue SW/River Road SW at 2:00 p.m. with Gary W. Goran officiating. To honour Beau, please dress casually. Memorial gifts in Beau’s memory may be made to a Trust Fund for Kade and Jager at TD Bank downtown. Please visit www.saamis.com to view the full obituary or to leave condolences in Beau’s memory. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to

SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL CREMATORIUM & RECEPTION CENTRE, “The Chapel in the Park”, locally owned and directed. Should you wish any additional information, please telephone (403)528-2599

2 Condolences for “1981 ~ KELLOUGH ~ 2015”

  1. Mark and Monica Murray says:

    Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of Beau. I will light my angel candles sending healing thoughts to the hearts of those that loved and cherished him dearly..Beau will be remembered by many….he was a great dad spending many days outside playing with his boys and taking them for walks..or just working out in his yard with the boys always near by helping out. Heaven has a new angel ..he will be watching over his loved ones and smiling at all his boys accomplishments ..

  2. David Lee says:

    Beau had touched many lives in different ways, from the “BIG” Green Tattoo to the Hoops in the ears. The Halloween get-up THAT LEFT US ALL SMILING! Wondering why we didn’t follow suit for it was a day to do our best and forget the world and get all dressed!
    Beau was a Person that certainly grew onto us. Always lively and uplifting even when he was down and secretly suffering. His Wife Terry was always the Love of his life, it was known by me, and surely others, it was also known in some way when he said ” I Don’t think I will be back” The hurt was there, it was heard. We just didn’t know the end was near. Beau knew! But didn’t share.
    Beau put a smile on my Son’s face more than once, perhaps it was the “GREEN” card, or he said, Don’t do dope or you will be a dunce! All dope and no action! We miss you Beau!

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