David Scott Kelley, 54, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, March 10, 2017. David was born on February 20, 1963 in Portsmouth, Virginia. He was a hard working man of few words but once he really knew you, he opened up and let you know the fun, loving and caring man he was. David was a beloved friend, father, and most important to him, Paw-Paw. He was a Tow Truck Driver employed by Dale Old’s Wrecker Service. He worked in the towing business for over 30 years and owned his own towing service for 13 of those years.
David is survived by his parents, Kenneth and Anita Kelley; son, Aaron Kelley and wife Carrie; daughter, Rebecca Kelley; girlfriend, Terrie Jessup; grandchildren, Selena, Ayanna, Kenley, and Jayko; three brothers, Barry Kelley and wife Jeannie, Kevin Kelley, Keith Kelley; sister Angela Kelley; aunt, Barbara Chase. David is also survived by many other close friends and family members that he loved dearly.
The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Family Choice Burials & Cremation located at 5401 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 from 12 pm – 4 pm.
In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations to help with funeral cost.
Donations can be made through the following ways.
The family has set up a Gofundme account at gofundme.com/david-kelley-memorial-fund
Or donations can be sent to
David Kelley Memorial Fund
P.O. Box 285
Windsor, Virginia 23487
Our staff here at City Of Norfolk Fleet Management would like to extend our warmest condolences and prayers to David’s family and to Dale Old Towing. David was a kind and a gentle person. He always had a smile on his face. David will truly be missed but always remembered in our hearts. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.
Having known David, for the last years or so,we can honestly say,he was our friend. His perpetual smile, his dedication to his work,as well as to those close to him,was unparalleled.May he rest in Peace !We hope his family,can accept our most profound condolences and can reflect on all the good ,David did for others. 1
Aaron there are no words to tell you how sorry I was to
hear about your father. We send you and your family
our deepest condolences at the sad time in your life.