Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

5005 Se 29Th Street, Del City, OK


Dorothy Pauline Keller

December 13, 1925October 29, 2019

Dorothy Pauline Keller, 93, died Tuesday, October 29, 2019 in Midwest City. She was born on December 13, 1925 in Kansas City, Kansas, to Horton and Thelma (Iman) Tracy. She graduated from the original Classen High School, and then worked for the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, later known as Southwestern Bell, for 20+ years until her retirement. After World War II, she married Jack D. Keller in Fort Worth, TX, on March 30, 1946. They were married for 59 years until his death on August 26, 2005. The couple had two daughters, Mary and Marlene. Dorothy was a long-time member of the Midwest City First Christian Church.

Family was the most important thing to Dorothy. She loved taking care of everyone, especially her many grandchildren. Some of her favorite interests were traveling, attending church, reading, and being a homemaker. She was also a wonderful cook and baker.

Dorothy is preceded in death by her parents, Horton and Thelma; brother, Bob Tracy; and sister, Bernice Moslander. She is survived by two daughters, Mary Ann Keller of Midwest City and Marlene E. Keller-Grufman and husband, Tom, of Brandon, FL; grandchildren, Shelley Steele of Hilo, HI, Samuel Keller Steele of Moore, OK, and Megan, Margaux, and Morgan Grufman of Brandon, FL; and great-grandchildren, Melanie, Bella, and D.W.

Memorial donations in her honor may be made to the Midwest City First Christian Church, 11950 E. Reno Ave., Midwest City, OK 73130.

The funeral service will be at 11:00 AM, Friday, November 8, 2019 at the Midwest City First Christian Church, 11950 E. Reno, with interment following at Arlington Memory Gardens.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 7, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 8, 2019
  • Burial Following Service Friday, November 8, 2019


Dorothy Pauline Keller

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Marilyn Williams

November 7, 2019

Mary and family,
It has been a blessing to know you for so long - and witness the faithful love you had for your mother - especially your service to her during these last years - may the Lord continue to fill you with good memories and consolation as you miss your mom.