Deceased Information


    Khalil (Kelly) Iny

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    Monday, September 19, 2022 (Before Sunset)


    Wednesday, September 21, 2022


    2:30 PM




    Topic: Khalil (Kelly) Iny Funeral Service

    Time: Sep 21, 2022 02:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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    KHALIL KELLY INY, 83, ATLANTA, GA, passed away on September 19, 2022.  Khalil received his degree in Engineering from Georgia Tech University.  He loved his work so much that he worked until the age of 80, when he finally retired due to physical mobility problems and took full time to taking care of his beloved wife, Adrienne.  Khalil is predeceased by his parents Abraham Iny and Sabicha Iny, his sister Bertha Iny Rahamim and his dearest wife, Adrienne Cohen.   He is survived by his brothers and sisters, Jack Iny, Joseph Iny, Joyce Iny Dayan, Eva Iny Dloomy and Mayer Iny; and his son, Nathan.  He loved to play tennis, meet with friends and talk about the stock market.  Adrienne and Kelly enjoyed traveling to different places in the world when they could.  He was a member of AA Synagogue and the YMCA.   Flowers may be sent to the funeral home.   A graveside funeral will be held at 2:30 PM on Wednesday, September 21st at Greenwood Cemetery in Atlanta.  The funeral will be livestreamed.  For the Zoom link and to sign the online guest book, visit  Dressler's, 770-451-4999. 

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  • Toni and Joel Adler

    We are so saddened to hear of Kelly’s death. He was a wonderful friend and neighbor. He was a joy to visit with and we use to go to dinner together with Adrianne before she died. I know it was extremely hard for him after she died. We will miss him. May his memory be a blessing to all who remember him.

  • Carol Wien

    Dear Family of Kelly, I am truly sorry for your loss. Kelly and Adrienne were my close friends. Kelly was a devoted and loving caregiver to Adrienne for many years and he doted on her, comforted her, and was a gentle man. When they were both well, Kelly and Adrienne were delightful and gracious companions in sharing memorable, good times which was often at their beautiful home. After Adrienne's passing, Kelly always called to see how I was doing, and I would check on him. We wished each other Shana Tovah the night before he died. I hope for Kelly eternal peace and rest and may he be remembered in our hearts, and thoughts, and for a blessing.

  • Ruth Greenberg & Family

    Our family is so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family .

  • Shirley Rich

    Dear Iny family needless to say how shocked I was when I heard the news. He was such a wonderful neighbor and always looked out for me as I tried to for him. He called me to tell me he was going in the hospital did not seem to think it was serious I am really devastated that my neighbor is gone. Please accept my condolences he sure will be missed especially by me let him rest in peace

  • Shelly Dollar

    May Kelly's memory be for a blessing. I am totally devastated to hear this news. My husband (Allen) and I loved Kelly and will miss him dearly. Such a sweet man and good friend.

  • Rosie “Dziewinski” Meyers

    So sad to hear this news. Kelly was one of my parents dearest friends. To his family I send love and prayers. Rest In Peace sweet Kelly. Love, Rosie

  • Charles Ahlberg

    Kelly I wish peace and happiness being united with Adrienne. May you both rest in peace!! Your friendships have made my life fuller and happier. I will miss our conversations as I have miss Adriennes. We will meet again and the conversations will be full of happiness again. Farewell Kelly till we meet.again!!!

  • Dick and Claudia Francis

    Dear Eva, Avi and family, Our hearts are broken. We have lost an integral part of our lives. Forty years ago when Kelly and Adrienne leased a home they owned for us to start our married life together in Atlanta to a few days ago when Kelly and I shared one of our daily evening conversations our lives were enriched to have him in it. We loved him dearly and will cherish the wonderful and joyous memories we have. May the sorrow you are now experiencing evolve into loving memories of a life well lived.

  • Mark Podber

    Kelly had a heart of gold and kindness. He was my dear friend. Kelly was one of the smartest people I was fortunate to know. When we spoke, the first thing Kelly would ask me, was - “how are your children”? I will miss you dear Sir.

  • Bonnie Altman

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Kelly was a wonderful friend to all those fortunate to be in his company. His uncommon common sense and rare wisdom and his humor were among his gifts. It was a privilege to have known him.

  • Cecile Cohen Waronker

    Adrienne Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss. Fondly, Cecile