“Thank You For All Your Help Kelly Schreck, RIP”
” I would like to thank a very special person Kelly Schreck for all his help and contribution to Rock Over America Magazine. He was very helpful in promoting ROA and a very gifted and talented individual. His contribution will always be appreciated and valued by this magazine. Rest in peace Kelly Schreck. October 21, 1972 to August 7, 2017. I would also like to acknowledge the late artist Tom Petty as a inspiration to the modivation behind finishing the new interface for ROA. Thanks for the years of music. My childhood would not have been as colorful if it wasnt for his families influence.”
-Kelly Gian, Contributing Owner of ROCK OVER AMERICA MAGAZINE, and founder of Rock On America. Live Magazine
I don’t think anyone that could say that Kelly wasn’t ready to jump in and help someone when it got crazy. I know of so many times when Kelly worked around the clock and then was there to help me with Rock Over America Magazine. If I can say this, I know there’s a few of you out there that can say the very same thing. He not only worked very hard he also helped so many people to find employment or find places to live – even brought food to people. This is a understatement. I haven’t even gotten to the times when he is off work. He was the one that made sure everyone was having fun – your personal VIP concert and club promoter. Though he was not a part of the magazine for very long- His role at Rock Over America Magazine was made for him. We all have so many great memories that would never be as good had it been for Kelly. He always showed everyone the side he wanted you to see as if he wanted your memories to be good ones. The private person Kelly Schreck was the same only he had to face difficult decisions and come to terms with them. His life was cut short. He was not given enough time to address his problems. Kelly was the kind of person where you get what you see, and for me, that meant a good joke or story, and a warm smile. And given the sheer amount of inhumanity we see, I’ll take ten of Kelly any day, because he always gave me hope that there were better days ahead.