RIH my wonderful and great friend! I Thank You you for everything we all simply Thank you.
Kelly you will be missed my friend ill see you again brother love ya
I will always remember the warm, Summer days in Uncle Frank and Aunt Vi’s front yard. Long before they built the pool in the back, there was so much activity in that front yard beside the carport.
With four boys, and so many family and friends, it was a place of joy in my youth. Kelly always seemed happy and full of energy. That is how I will always remember him.
My condolences to Mike, Pat, and Tony. I hope you can find solace from the loss of your brother. My thoughts will be with my cousins and the memories of a life well lived. God Bless.
I’m very sorry for your loss. To the burns family.
So sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. The short time I have known you It is evident that he raised a fine hard working man. You should be proud. You now have memories that will last a lifetime. See you when you come back to work.
Kelly was such a sweet neighbor!! He will be dearly missed.
~JR & Nicole Neidlinger
Loved Kelly’s enthusiasm! When we’d come in to the class, you could hear the turkey call, or whatever call he was using, depending on the season! Even as our welding instructor! He’d take the imaginary stinger in his hand and like sticking the rod to the steel, he’d say, “Just let it burn in there! Let it burn!” 👍Fun times! Praying for y’all! Psalm 121
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Kelly Eugene Byrns, 64, went home to be with the Lord on November 29, 2020. He was born in
Evansville, Indiana to Frank and Violet Byrns on September 14, 1956.
Kelly was an Iron Worker for over 25 years. Outside of work, he had many hobbies and was talented in
so many ways. Kelly was a self-taught musician and artist. He loved his music and could play all types of instruments. Kelly picked up the hobby of painting later in life and his artwork is a display of his creative mind and skilled hand. He was also an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Kelly’s time was well spent when his family and loved ones were near.
Kelly is survived by his mother, Vi; his two children, Kacy (Jodi) Byrns and Kristie Byrns; a step-daughter, Carla Kaufman; four grandchildren, Katelyn and Elijah Byrns, and Chloe and Caleb Kaufman; a great-granddaughter, Violet; three brothers, Mike (Pam) Byrns, Tony Byrns, and Patrick (Tina) Byrns; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father, Frank.
A small, intimate service for Kelly with family and close friends will be held at Sunset Funeral Home’s
Chapel of Peace Mausoleum on Friday, December 4, 2020. Visitation hours will be held from 11:00am to
12:00pm, with the service to start at 12:00pm. Live streaming of the service is available at
www.zoom.us. Join meeting number 8124775316 and enter the passcode Sunset1. There will be an
entombment to follow.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Kelly’s memory to Albion
Fellows Bacon Center at P.O. Box 3164 Evansville IN, 47731.
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