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Kelvin Innes O'Meara

1967 - 2023

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Kelvin's Celebration of Life

Kelvin's family looks forward to welcoming you to a celebration of his life. We hope you will join us to honor Kelvin's life with a party, just the way he wanted.


Drinks and appetizers will be served.


Saturday, March 4th


3:00 PM CST: Doors Open

3:30 PM CST: Program: Remembering Kelvin

Reception to Follow


Harp & Fiddle

110 Main St., Park Ridge, IL 60068

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Life Story

Kelvin Innes O’Meara, 55 years-old, passed away on February 16, 2023, after a 15-year battle with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

Kelvin was born on November 3, 1967 to Kevin O’Meara and Gaye O’Meara in Porirua, New Zealand. After Kelvin graduated from Mana College in 1984, he went on to earn a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration in Accounting at Victoria University of Wellington in 1988.

In 1994, Kelvin met his wife, Melissa Loew, in Pamplona, Spain at the Running of the Bulls. They married in 1996 and went on to have their daughter, Kelsey O’Meara in 2001 and son, Parker O’Meara in 2003.

Kelvin started his accounting career at KPMG. He later served as Chief Financial Officer of Western Printing Machinery in Schiller Park for 21 years. All his life, Kelvin was a natural athlete who enjoyed all sports. As a teen, he represented New Zealand in soccer. He then played for the DB Wellington and Miramar Rangers AFC teams. In the Chicago area, he continued playing soccer with Baker McKenzie, Park Ridge Rogues, and Wings. Kelvin also enjoyed golfing, skiing, travel, fine wine and food, and cheering on his son in rugby and football.

Kelvin was predeceased by grandmothers Jeanie Longman and Bess Bertoldi and grandfathers John (Jack) Longman and Ray O’Meara. He is survived by wife Melissa Loew, daughter Kelsey O’Meara, son Parker O’Meara, parents Kevin and Gaye O’Meara, sister Catriona O’Meara-Hunt, brother-in-law Martin Hunt, niece Rianna O'Meara-Hunt, father-in-law Jerry Loew, mother-in-law Patsy Loew, brother-in-law Cory Loew, sister-in-law Cecilia Loew, niece Emily Loew, nephew Caden Loew, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Lymphoma Research and Education Fund.

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Donations in Kelvin's memory may be made by following the link to Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. Click on "Search School and Program Funds" and select "Lymphoma Research and Education Fund."


Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Lymphoma Program

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