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Howard T. Kello

Funeral services for Mr. Howard T. Kello will be 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 24, 2019, at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home with Bro. Cory Waddell and Bro. F. H. Gates officiating.  Interment Wilson County Memorial Gardens.  Visitation Monday 4-8 PM and Tuesday 10 AM til service at Ligon & Bobo.

Mr. Kello, age 64 of Lebanon passed away Friday, September 20, 2019, at Alive Hospice Residence in Nashville.

Born November 22, 1954, in Indianapolis, Indiana, he is the son of the late Woodrow Wilson Kello and Essie Estilene Gilpatrick Kello.  He was a system administrator for the State of Tennessee, and was a member of Highland Heights Church of Christ.  He loved his family, church, and trains.

He is survived by his wife of over forty years, Pamela McBride Kello; two children: Rebecca Ruth Kello and Brian Thomas (Joy) Kello; two grandchildren: Caleb & Jacob Kello; and four brothers: Greg (Carol) Kello, Leland (Darla) Kello, Randy (Emily) Kello, and Mark (Marsha) Kello.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Alive Hospice, Huntsville Hospital Foundation, or to your favorite charity.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME of Lebanon (615) 444-2142   www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Leland kello says:
    Rest in heaven with our fathers ibig brother
  2. Priscilla Thomas says:
    Pam, my prayers and heart go out to you, Becca, Brian and all family. May God cover you with strength, comfort, and peace. Love you dear friend.
  3. Lawrence Golden says:
    Praying strength and comfort from above.
  4. Larry and Debra says:
    All our love and prayers for you dear friend. We will miss him.
  5. Larry and Debra says:
    Praying for and loving you all dear friends
  6. The Gerrard’s says:
    Our lives were better for having known Howard. Praying for you all.
  7. Keith says:
    Rest in peace my friend, you are already missed!
  8. DW says:
    I hope Howard’s family finds peace knowing Howard is one of the most respected people working at the state. The bar he raised with his knowledge and passion for helping others will not be forgotten and will be sorely missed. His absence leaves a void that cannot be filled.
  9. Cliff & Donna Masih says:
    Pam, we were shocked and saddened to see Howard’s name in the newspaper. It’s been so long since we’ve seen you folks, but we remember how very special you both were to Ashwood Church. You are on our hearts during this difficult season. God bless.
  10. Judy says:
    Howard will really be so missed. I worked with him at the State of Tennessee, and he was so kind and very patient. He had a wonderful family and my love and prayers go out to his family. I will very much miss Howard. My life was better for having known Howard…he was such a good friend. God Bless you and may you rest in peace, Howard.
  11. April Wright Romero says:
    Becca, I am so sorry for your loss. It was a pleasure to work with your dad for all these years. He was always so knowledgeable and helpful, willing to help anyone in need. I pray for comfort of your family while you grieve.
    April & Elizabeth
  12. George R. says:
    I am so sad to hear of Howard’s passing. I worked with him at the State and always found Howard to be so personable and knowledgeable. He had a calm and friendly demeanor and was always joyful no matter what the circumstance. He will be greatly missed. Prayers go out to his family and friends. Rest In Peace, my friend.
  13. Cathy Elkins says:
    Howard was a wonderful co-worker and I had the pleasure of working with him over the years. Sending prayers of healing and comfort for you and your family. You, will be missed.