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  1. Philip Keller
    December 28, 2012 @ 7:54 pm

    Family & Friends

    My Dad was the greatest man I’ve ever known. The older I have got and the longer I’ve lived, my respect and love for him has grown! My last happy moments with him was Thanksgiving week, we talked about the news, the stock market, living in Texas and how much I loved him and missed him.

    This happened so quickly and reminds us all why the little things we all get caught up in shouldn’t matter so much when compared to our love for each other and family. Dad was a family man to the core. He loved every side, every person and everything about his family. He took care of us all and did it well.

    I will forever remember the things he taught me and look forever to seeing him again, sooner I hope than later! I only pray God allows me to be half the man my daddy was, if so I’ll accomplish more than others do there entire lives.

    I love you mommy and the rest of you who read this.

    Philip Keller

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  2. pennie etter
    December 28, 2012 @ 8:26 pm

    Phillip & family, you have my deepest sympathy. im sure your heart is heavy now so this is the time to lean on those who love you & god! ive lost my parents & its something you feel everyday & it challenges you to move forward & be the person they saw in you… ill be praying for you & all those your dad life touched. proverbs 3:5-7… trust him & he will direct you even when you are overwhelmed & arent sure of the steps that come next…

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  3. Amanda Grayson
    December 28, 2012 @ 8:35 pm

    Keller Family So sorry for the loss of your Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle… You all are in my prayers! If we can do anything for any of you please let us know.
    ~ Gray & Amanda Grayson

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  4. Dave and Connie Nelson
    December 28, 2012 @ 10:16 pm

    Just want you to know we love you and we are praying for your family.

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  5. Ronn Hutcins, Nephew.
    December 29, 2012 @ 1:19 pm

    One thing Uncle Leon would never mention, But should be remembered, As I worked for him off and on for many years, Occationally, Someone would have a burn out, or bad times. Leon being a business man, would give appliances to help them. So, Even as a businessman, he had a kind heart. I just thought you should know that.. He would never tell.

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  6. Ron & Olivia Dixon
    December 31, 2012 @ 9:11 am

    Leon & family. We are saddened for you in the loss of your father. Remember to hold those good memories close and rest assured in God’s.

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