September 14, 1967 ~ July 27, 2018
Born in: Pueblo, Colorado,
Resided in: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Kelly Maury, 50, passed away July 27, 2018. Survived by his wife, Lynnette Maury; mother, Edna Wiseman Maury; brother, Steve Maury; sister, Dixie Maury Winn; mother-in-law, Marjorie Giltner; nieces, nephews and cousins; also Luna the Lunatic (fur baby). Preceded in death by grandparents, Sherman and Virginia Wiseman; father-in-law (Dad), Lester Giltner and father, Leroy Maury. Kelly enjoyed writing, music, Star Wars, football and politics. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, August 3, 2018 at the Mississippi Avenue Baptist Church, 13231 E. Mississippi Ave., Aurora, Colorado. Online condolence: www.montgomerysteward.com
Lynnette, you and Kelly will always be some of my favorite clients. You two were so full of love and joy in our journey together. You two are some of the strongest people I know and the love between you two was truly extraordinary. Much love to you. I wish I could attend.
So very sorry for your lost Lynnette. My prayers are with you. Much love.
To Steve and mi familia, it was special for us to grow up in each other’s home. I remember Kelly being the smallest but many times being the loudest as we played and hung out at Acero Drive. Steve, we always took care of our little brothers and sisters growing up. It was great to see him grow up….we don’t need to discuss his moustache period..: ) My heart bleeds for the loss to your family.
@Lynette, it was obvious that you and Kelly had a special and loving life together and were always there for each other, I respect that tremendously. I wish you the best memories…love, Al
Lynnette, we are so very sorry for the loss of your best friend. He was always so thoughtful, supportive and involved in all that you two did as a couple. The love you both shared was obvious and ever-constant – something many people never have an opportunity to experience.
Kelly was an awesome guy; always concerned about helping others anytime he was able to do so. It was always enjoyable to talk with him about conservatism and the current “soap opera” in politics. He never failed to have an insightful or witty comment to share with me.
Thank you for your never-ending support and comfort for him while he faced the challenges that took him from you. Kelly’s pain and suffering has ended and he is enjoying all there is to enjoy in heaven. We pray that the pain you are experiencing now will lessen with time and you can begin to take joy in all of the years you and Kelly were able to share on earth.
Tim and Bonnie Larson
Edna, Steven and Dixie; Sending prayers for comfort to you and Kelly’s family. So sorry for your loss. Love you all.
Edna, Steve, and Dixie; I’m so sorry for your loss. Kelly will be greatly missed! Please know that you are all in my heart and prayers. May God bless and comfort you through this difficult time. How joyous for Kelly to be able to be reunited with Sherm and Virgina and Leroy; what a blessing he was during his time here on earth. I loved all three of the Maury children; they were very special people in my younger years. They were so loving and good to be around. My love and condolences go out to you from the bottom of my heart.