Kelly J. McCormick

      Kelly J. McCormick, 59, of Kenosha passed away on Monday, August 16th,2021 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee. Kelly was born on November 28th,1961 in Kenosha to Stanley and Genevieve (Stulgaitis) McCormick. He graduated from Tremper High School in 1980. Kelly married his love Lisa Aiello in Kenosha on December 20, 1996. He worked for 39 years at Payne & Dolan until his retirement in January 2020. Kelly never missed any of his 4 boys sporting events. He enjoyed coaching basketball which included his AAU team Kenosha Warriors, CYC, RecPlex and most recently the Tremper Freshman basketball team and little league baseball. He liked driving his Rebel Machine with his partner in crime Lisa and working on his Javelin and AMX. Kelly also liked playing golf with his boys and watching Street Outlaws. He recently just finished writing his book Thirty Point Buck and was working on publishing it.  His greatest joy was the time he spent with his family and friends.  He will always be remembered for his infectious smile, his beautiful soul, his silly personality, his love for his boys and grandchildren and most of all his Rebel Machine.

       Kelly is survived by, his parents; his wife, Lisa; four children, John, Tony (fiancé Michelle), Austin (Ashley) and Kelly (Laurel); five grandchildren, Ava, Kyler, Carter, Grace and Matteo; his brother, Kevin; four sisters, Sharon (Clarence), Kathy, Colleen (Scott) and Jackie (Brad) as well as many other nieces, nephews and friends.

      A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday August 24th, 2021, at 11:00AM at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church. (1919-54th Street) If you are attending the mass, please meet at the church.

            Visitation with the family will be at the Kemper Center Founders Hall Monday August 23, 2021, from 5:00PM until 7:00PM.

            Private entombment will follow at All Saints Catholic Mausoleum.

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Thoughts for Kelly J. McCormick;

  • The Sukus Family says:

    To The McCormick Family,
    We would like to expess our deepest sympathies in your loss of Kelly. We have fond memories of him playing baseball in the front yard when we were neighbors many years ago.
    God’s peace to you during this difficult time.
    The Sukus Family

  • Debbi forgianni says:

    Lisa and family I am so very sorry this was not supposed to happen to your loved one ,I truly will love and pray for you all
    God bless you 🙏 ❤

  • The Jensen Family says:

    Lisa and the McCormick Family:
    We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the entire family. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Wishing you peace to bring comfort and loving memories of Kelly to forever hold in your hearts.
    ~The Jensen Family

  • Very sorry and shocked to read of the passing of Kelly. I remember him as a young man showing up on the job site. I worked with him for years and enjoyed seeing him at the car shows with his AMC rebel. Also, once when one of my cows was stuck in the mud, Pete Zion had him come with me to the farm. We both pulled and pulled and freed the cow. I will never forget Kelly.

    My regret is not being in Kenosha for Kelly’s service.

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