1929–24 June 2004
) was a New Zealand trade unionist
Kelly was an official of the Drivers' Union, a secretary of the Cleaners' Union and president of the Wellington Trades Council during his career. He was also active in the anti-Vietnam-war, anti-apartheid, anti-nuclear, and peace movements.
He was 75 years old when he died. He was survived by his wife, Cath, son, Max, daughter Helen and grandson Dylan.. The Dominion Post contained more detail in its Family Notices on 26 June 2004.