Chance Jammal Kelley
Funeral services for Chance Jammal Kelley will be Saturday, January 18,
2020 at 430pm at Disciples of Jesus Ministries.
Public viewing will be today from 12pm to 6pm

Chance Jammal Kelley was born on August 31, 2000 to Wanjiru Howell
and Christopher Kelley in Thomasville, GA. He moved to
Atlanta, GA with his mother and brother in 2016.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his loving mother,
Wanjiru Howell; his father, Christopher
(Nicole) Kelley; three brothers, Christopher
Howell; Christopher Kelley,
De’Kriston Kelley,four sisters, Daeshonai
(Allen) Powell,Kristiana Kelley,
Destiny Kelley, Asia Kelley;
grandparents, Ethlyn Howell; Curtis
(Valencia) Thomas, Jr., Eloise (Ozell) Smith,
Jimmy (Vatalia) Kelley, uncles, Captain
Lyndon B. Johnson, Anthony (Patricia)
Morris,Curtis Thomas, III,
Curtis Johnson,Nicholas Thomas;
four aunts, Vivian Johnson, Tiffany (Kelverrick)
Greene,April (Jarvis) McCall,
Ravin Thomas; special grandfathers, Hugh
Revels and Willie James Thompson; two special friends,
Danielle Dias and Lamar Mitchell and a host of loving
aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Published on January 17, 2020

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Malik Peterson
Feb 28, 2020
I love you chance your was my brother my best friends my fav lil cousin you was solid & had a big heart & was fearless I hope you watch over me to the end luv cuzo #LLCK
Musa Muhammad
Feb 05, 2020
Chance u are missed. May Allah peace be with you always.
Tilda Sanford-Meeks
Jan 20, 2020
We hold you in our hearts at this time of sadness. Memories are the legacy of love. May angels walk with you today and always is my prayer in the name of Jesus!
Chaplain
Jan 18, 2020
Was on a recent training exercise with Chance and had he privilege of his presence at my chapel service as well as his assistance as he carried out his daily responsibilities. He was always respectful, a hard worker, ambitious, and loved to have fun. He really put his all into the game when we would play basketball. He will truly be missed!
Stringfellow
Jan 18, 2020
Served along side Kelley in Jacksonville NC. He was a brother. And that can never be forgotten. Semper Fidelis man, salute to and your family always.
Betty P Harper
Jan 17, 2020
I have lasting memories of him from Sunday school. My condolences to the family.
Lannis and Carolyn Thornton
Jan 17, 2020
My condolences to the family sorry for your loss