In Memory of






Obituary for Helen Anne "Bunny" Kelley (Dolliver)

Mrs. Helen “Bunny” Anne Kelley (Dolliver), 91, retired registered nurse of Hull, Massachusetts, died peacefully during the early morning hours of 29 November in the company of her daughter Margaret Rose and the nursing staff at the South Shore Hospital. She lived a full life as loving wife, mother, and grandmother.

A native of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada, she completed nursing school in 1952 at Nova Scotia Hospital, Dartmouth. She immigrated to the United States in 1953 where she worked at prominent hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, Tarrytown, NY, New York City and on the nursing staff of JP Morgan, Inc. before settling in Boston, Massachusetts to work at the New England Deaconess Hospital. From 1968 through her retirement in 1985 she worked as a certified occupational health nurse tending to the employees at Proctor and Gamble, Quincy.

Mrs. Kelley was a member of the Hingham Congregational Church, singing in the choir and volunteering countless hours at the Consignment Center. In retirement, she and her husband, George, enjoyed many adventures visiting family and friends in the US, Canada and traveling to Great Britain, Europe, the Caribbean, Asia, and South America.

In addition to her parents Starratt and Jennie (Lawson) Dolliver, she was predeceased by her beloved husband of 47 years, George H Kelley Jr, her sisters Grace Morley, Jean Cooke, and Ferne Rose Rudolph. She will be deeply missed by daughter Margaret Rose Reborchick (Michael), granddaughters Liza Hope Reborchick and Suzana Helen Reborchick, niece Nancy Taylor, nephews Alan Cooke, James Rudolph, Gary Rudolph, Daniel Rudolph, John Morley, numerous grand nieces and nephews, sisters-in-law, and friends.

A Celebration of Life service will be conducted by the Reverend Anne Marie Holloway, of Wellesley Hills Congregational Church, at 10 o’clock, Tuesday December 6, 2022 at the Henry J. Burke & Sons Funeral Home, 56 Washington St., Wellesley Hills, MA 02481. Interment will be in St Mary’s Cemetery, Needham. Arrangements by the Henry J. Burke & Sons Funeral Home, Wellesley Hills,