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Eleanor Frances Keller
18 mai 1927 – 16 août 2020
Eleanor F. Keller left this world to join her beloved husband Paul on August 16, 2020. A resident of Carnegie Village, Belton MO, she was surrounded by Family as she departed this earth.
Eleanor was born the daughter of Elmer Stanley and Fernie (Andersen) Stanley on May 18, 1927 in Iola, Kansas. She married Eugene Fiala in Marceline, MO in 1948. He preceded her in death in 1950. In 1952, Eleanor married Paul Keller and shortly thereafter moved to the Kansas City area where she made her home for the rest of her life. She was a wonderful Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Great Great Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend. She was known to be an excellent cook, a meticulous housekeeper, and a competitive bridge player. She loved spending time with her family and friends and her arms were always open for any and all of them. She and Paul never went any place or did anything they didn’t think they had a wonderful time.
Survivors include one son, Lawrence (Larry) Keller and wife Donna of Clinton MO; one daughter Cynthia (Cindy) Hayworth of Raymore, MO; eight Grandchildren, Jeremy (Eri), Hayworth Lavonia New York, David Hayworth Morristown Tennessee, Laurie Hayworth-Hawkins and significant other, Bill Usery Sr. Salem MO, Keith, Tony, and Phillip Keller, Clinton, MO, Shawn Keller Detroit MI., Kim Keller, Raymore, MO; 16 Great Grandchildren and 3 Great Great Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Paul, her twin brother Elmer Stanley, Jr., sisters, Mayme Williams and Melba Shields, brothers-in-law Paul Williams and Ralph Shields.
A graveside service for Eleanor Keller will be held in Mount Olive Cemetery, in Marceline, MO at 2:00 o’clock p.m. on September 5, 2020. In Lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Mount Olive Cemetery.
- Lawrence (Larry) Keller, Son
- Cynthia (Cindy) Hayworth, Daughter
- Eugene Fiala, Husband (deceased)
- Paul Keller, Husband (deceased)
- Mrs. Keller also leaves eight Grandchildren, Jeremy Hayworth, Lavonia New York, David Hayworth, Morristown Tennessee, Laurie Hayworth-Hawkins, Salem MO, Keith, Tony and Phillip Keller, Clinton MO, Shawn Keller, Detroit MI, Kim Keller, Raymore MO; 16 Great Grandchildren and 3 Great Great Grandchildren to share her memories.
- Mount Olive Cemetery
samedi, 5 septembre , 2020
Eleanor Frances Keller
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Eleanor Frances Keller
4 septembre , 2020
I will always remember when Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Paul came to live in Albuquerque for a short while, when our family was living there. We would meet up at their apartment and play rousing games of pigmania! So much fun and laughter. I'll always remember when Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Paul were getting up to mischief as you'd see a twi kle in their eyes...followed by rounds of laughter and Uncle Paul always playing innocent. They were a match made in heaven. Now they are partying with Meme and Grandpa and Aunt Melba and Uncle Ralph, uncle Junior and Dad.... imagine all the mischief in heaven now♡♡♡ Much love to a wonderful Aunt and a beautiful life well lived!
30 août , 2020
She had always had her arms open for hugs every day we didn't get to see you her a lot but I very much miss her and now she is in a better place with grandpa and I know she was waiting to go to heaven were she belong and will ever be there she was always there for us you should never back down
28 août , 2020
Im gonna miss our daily visits and the gran pad and her hugs 💖 Every Day she would wait for me with open arms for our morning hugs. And would say you are the only one who can set my gran pad up just the way i liked it. To call her Daughter Cindy. Through out the day I would check to make sure it was set up just right for her. She was the sweetest most loving person. And that smile would just melt you. My condolences to the entire family.
21 août , 2020
theres to Many memories with my granny to only name one, she was always happy no matter what she felt like and showed so much love to me and her other family members. Everytime I would see her she would mistake me for my older sister Ashley and talk about how big and blue my eyes were when I was a baby and how much she loved watching me. My granny is somebody I want to make proud. She always put smiles on everyone’s faces. I love my granny so much and I’m happy she’s with her lover up in heaven ❤️ My gramps and granny were my two favorite people ever and may they rest in paradise