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Obituary for Johnathan Fitzgerald Kelly
Mr. Johnathan Fitzgerald Kelly transitioned into Eternal Rest September 24, 2020. He was born to the late Mr. Artis “Bill” Kelly and Mrs. Deborah Ann Jordan on October 17, 1964. After graduating from Swainsboro High School, Johnathan moved to Atlanta to pursue his postsecondary education. Johnathan received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science at the University of Maryland while serving in U.S. Air Force. Johnathan also received his Degree in Theology and his CCAF Degree. After years of service in the U.S. Air Force, Johnathan pursued his career as a Software Developer until he began working as a Defense Contractor in the Middle East.
John had a great love of reading, dancing, traveling and learning of the world of Crypto Currencies. John was a published author of a book titled “Crypto Streams of Income” explaining the details of crypto investing. John was preceded in death by his father, Artis “Bill” Kelly and his beloved grandmother, Ida Kelly. Johnathan has left behind his mother, Mrs. Debra Ann Jordan (Sammy Jordan), a special loving aunt, Ann Kelly; a special friend, Mr. Mickey Berry; four siblings: Mrs.Tamiko Kinnebrew (Archie Kinnebrew Jr.), Ms. Katina James, Ms. Kristiartis Kelly, and Mr. Arlis Kelly (Creasha Kelly); four loving aunts: Ms. Stella Lewis, Ms. Robbie Kelly, Ms. Dorothy Kelly and Ms. Phyllis Irvin; one uncle, Mr. Bruce King; John will also be forever remembered by his cherished cousins, numerous nieces, nephews and extended family and friends. In the words of our Johnathan “I consider myself a mystic, looking at life through a spiritual lens.”