Jack G. Keller
- May 2, 2012
- Fort Wayne, Indiana
of Jack's Passing
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D O McComb and Sons - Pine Valley
Memories & Candles
I know that at least Amy will remember Terry, Kay, Bryan and Michelle Obrock from Mark Lane in Perrysburg, OH. We were so sorry when you mother died, and now are saddened today to learn that your father, too, is now gone. The loss of my parents many years ago left me pondering that that made my sister, brother and me the "older and wiser" generation. That in itself is kind of scary.
May God richly bless all the children of Jack and Mary Keller. May he provide them guidance and comfort at this time.
Love to all, Kay
Posted by: Kay (Obrock) Wallace - Boston, MA - former neighbors in Perrysburg May 07, 2012
Jack's son Tom is our Brother-in-law so we've known Jack for many years, though did not get to see him that often. We kept in touch by hearing Tom's stories and updates. He was his own man with definite opinions and loved to share them! We will miss his sense of humor and our memories will always include his love for Mary and his family. Our condolences to all the Keller clan and the many Tippmanns too. Our prayers are with you and yours.
Kay and Walt Smith
Posted by: Kay and Walt Smith - Reston, VA - Friends May 07, 2012
Dear Jackie, Amy and family,
So sorry for your loss, May your Father rest in peace and be reunited with your Mother and the kingdom of God, All our Love, Chip, Theresa and Family
Posted by: Theresa Tippmann - Ft. Wayne, IN May 07, 2012
From the moment I moved next door Jack (and Mary) treated me like one of the family. I loved sitting on their patio looking at the beautiful flowers and watching birds.
I could listen forever to Jack's stories about working on the railroad and playing for the Pistons. Many were the polical "discussions" we had trying to out-talk each other with our opinions.
I will truly miss Jack. May he rest in peace with his beloved Mary.
Posted by: Sandy Lagoni - ft. wayne, IN - neighbor May 06, 2012
Jack was a wonderful wonderful neighbor for over 20 years. He always stopped what he was doing in the yard to chat when you walked by.Loved looking down the street and seeing him out working in his yard or walking to his mailbox. I will truly miss that . In Our thoughts and prayers Butch and Bonnie Smith
Posted by: Butch and Bonnie Smith - FORT WAYNE, IN - Neighbor May 05, 2012
Many fond memories working many years with you Jack,
May you rest in peace
Posted by: Gene & Ethel Gilsdorf - Toledo, OH - co-worker May 04, 2012