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Kelly Davidson

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Kelly James Davidson passed away unexpectedly in Nashua, Iowa on Friday, October 5, 2018. He passed due to diabetic complications, at the age of 51. Kelly is survived by his father, James Davidson, of Nashua, IA; brother, Kurt (Shanon) Davidson of Roscoe, IL; children Kyra and Reilly Davidson, and their mother Michelle Davidson; sisters, Debbie, Jill, Katrina, Kristy; brothers, Kevin, and Timothy; nieces and nephews, Lucas, Luke, Lauryn and Delaney; special friend, Carol Riggan. He is preceded in death by his mother, Jeanne Davidson of Nashua; brother, James Davidson II of Alaska; and niece, Lauren Davidson of Rockford. Kelly J. Davidson was born on December 4, 1966 in Belvidere, IL to James and Jeanne Davidson. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 1989 with a degree in recreation. After moving to Serena, IL, Kelly began installing pools for Sunco. In recent years, he moved to Nashua, to be closer to his father, and worked many different jobs. Kelly was always the life of the party, and a friend to all. He enjoyed many evenings cooking out on his grill, and sitting near a bon fire. He also enjoyed cheering on his favorite football team, the Minnesota Vikings. A celebration of life is scheduled for October 15, 2018 at 6:00PM at Riverside Community Church, 6816 N. 2nd Street, Machesney Park, IL 61115. Pastor Cory Whitford will officiate the celebration. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Kelly’s life. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family.

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  1. I enjoyed working with Kelly. He picked on me all the time. Kept me on my toes. So sorry to hear about his passing. I will miss him. Prayers to the family.

  2. Kelly had a great smile and a fun-loving spirit. I enjoyed watching him play with Kyra and Reilly. Kelly was much too young to pass…only one year older than me! He is resting in heaven now. My condolences go out to the whole family and anyone who was affected by this tragic loss.


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