of Marshall, AR
October 18, 1949 - November 27, 2021
William Howard Kelso, 72, of Marshall, won his battle over pain and suffering of this world, and went on to rejoice his new life with loved ones on the other side on Saturday, November 27, 2021. He was born in Wichita Falls, TX on October 18, 1949 to Chester James ''Chet'' and Faye Belle (Ethridge) Kelso. William was preceded in death by his best ride along buddy, Larry ''Lar'' Lewers and his parents.He served in the United States Navy. He then moved to AR to be near his sister, Nancy. William attended UCA and earned a Bachelor's in Business Administration. He was awarded a Presidential Scholar for Outstanding Achievement of having compiled the highest possible grades in a single semester. During this time, he had three daughters the true apples of his eyes, Karea (1983), Megan (1985) and Amber (1987). William graduated in 1999 from UCA with a Bachelor's of Science in Education. He then became a Computer Technology Teacher for the DeValls Bluff School District and continued after the consolidation with the Hazen School District in 2006. He continued teaching with Hazen until retiring in 2011.William is survived by his sister and best friend, Nancy Kelso Lewers, daughters, Karea Kennemer(Ed), Megan Brown (Tony) and Amber Kelso (Thomas Gregorich), grandchildren, Mitchel Brown, Kierra Lee, Breelynd Brown, Chase Brown, Ariel Gregorich, Taelyn Gregorich, Jaxton Gregorich and many other family members and friends. A Visitation will be held on Friday December 3, 2021 from 6pm to 8pm at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Conway.In Lieu of flowers please make donations to the East Shady Grove Cemetery.Online guestbook available at www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/conway
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Keeping you all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. Love Aunt Nenee and Tommy
Love, Peaceful rest ...til we meet again...
Mr Kelso was fine man. I always enjoyed our visit and conversations. Easy fellow to be around. R. I.P. Sir. Prayers of comfort for family and friends.
To the family, He was a special man. I work with him at Wal-Mart. He made a wedding band out of my old set. I still wearing it. I’ll be keeping all of you in my prayers.
I’m so sorry for your loss prayers for your all.
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of " Tex". He was such a kind hearted person. He loved his family very much. I am sure Ms. Faye is so happy to see him. I am praying for his family.