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Gilliland Howe Funeral Home

110 East North Street, Greensburg, IN

OBITUARY

James "Jim" Ronald Keillor

May 3, 1944August 16, 2020
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James “Jim” Ronald Keillor, 76 of Greensburg, passed away on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Jim was born in Batesville on May 3, 1944, the son of Ronald and Wanda (Gibson) Keillor. He was a 1962 graduate of Greensburg High School. Jim worked as a Supervisor at PrintPak for nearly 30 years and then was the owner of Koch’s Carry Out and Catering for 25 years. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, and enjoyed watching sports, cooking and going out to eat. Survivors include his son – Kyle (Annette Brouwer) Keillor of Lansing, MI; two brothers - Randy Keillor of Greensburg and Tom (Julie) Keillor of Greensburg; one sister - Lynda Keillor of Greensburg; his former wife Robyn Renee Keillor; and several nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister Nancy Keillor. A Rosary will be held for the family followed by a Funeral Service officiated by Fr. John Meyer on Wednesday afternoon. Visitation for family and friends will follow from 4pm – 7pm at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronald Keillor, Father (deceased)
  • Wanda (Gibson) Keillor, Mother (deceased)
  • Kyle (Annette Brouwer) Keillor, Son
  • Robyn Renee Keillor, Former Wife
  • Randy Keillor, Brother
  • Tom (Julie) Keillor, Brother
  • Lynda Keillor, Sister
  • Nancy Keillor, Sister (deceased)
  • Jim is also survived by several nieces, nephews and friends.

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  • DONATIONS

  • American Lung Association

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Memories

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Cindy Goodpaster

August 25, 2020

Jim used to cater events for my husband’s work and catered our wedding. He was so kind and funny. My thoughts are with his family.

Jerry Zembrycki

August 19, 2020

Jim and I worked together at James River, Greensburg. Jim was a great supervisor and personal friend. I was saddened to hear of his passing, Jim had a big heart and would help out whoever needed help. Prayers to his family, he will be missed by many.

Natalie G. (Lee) Hulse

August 18, 2020

Jim was a great brother in law,dad and just a wonderful person all together. Very understanding and generous person and loyal to the end. He will be missed deeply and always remembered for his kindness and big heart.

Michael Geis

August 18, 2020

JIM WAS THE HEAD OF INTERVIEWING WHEN I WAS TRYING FOR THE JOB AT CROWN N ZELLEBECH . HE WAS A GOOD SUPERVISOR AND HAD PATIENCE WITH ALL THE QUESTIONS ASKED . KINDA EASY GOING AND GOOD SUPERVISION . HE LIVED A GOOD LONG LIFE . PRAYERS FOR ALL .

Debbie Volz

August 18, 2020

I worked for Jim at Kochs karry out. I was the other Debbie so Jim called me Ruth and the other Debbie Marie He was one of the nicest boss every. He would do anything to help anyone out. I never wanted to stop working there but needed insurance. I loved working there because Jim and all the employees were super great to work with. Jim you were taken to soon and will be greatly missed by all.

Deb Caudill (Koch)

August 17, 2020

Jim was a great guy. I worked with him at Koch’s Karryout and Katering at the beginning when he bought it from my brother. I liked him right away. Their were two Debbie’s working back then so he started calling me Marie. When I quit there we still kept in touch and there were times I needed some extra money so what did Jim do he hired me back. His heart was so big. Kyle was just a kid when he bought the place and he would come in with his book and just sit and read. Jim loved his son very much. I couldn’t remember Jim ever raising his voice when things would go wrong at work and they did. After I quit for good at Koch’s he would either call me or text me on my birthday and still call me Marie. I respect him. Jim thank you for the memories and you will be missed

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