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Steven Lee Keller

March 13, 1961November 9, 2020
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Steve was born on March 13, 1961 in Pasadena, Texas. He moved to Pensacola in 1986 to help start up the Converting process with International Paper. He was a Rewinder Operator and later transferred to the Power House where he worked until his retirement.

Steve is preceded in death by his father, George Edward Keller.

Left to mourn his death are his mother, Wyona DeLette Davis (Ralph), his stepmother, Linda Keller, brother Mark Edward Keller (Susan), his son Steven Lance Keller (Nikki) and his daughter Lacey Elizabeth Elmore (Cody). His most prized possessions were his grandchildren: Daniel Eli Keller, Delaney Rayne Keller, Bailey Reid Keller and Landon Taylor Elmore.

Steve loved hunting, fishing, baseball and was very talented with woodworking. He was very involved in his kids' activities as he coached Lance's ball teams and travelled often with Lacey to gymnastics and cheerleading competitions. He had recently taken up gardening and loved growing his own vegetables.

Steve was a tender, compassionate person who will be missed by all who knew him.

The services will be held at Eastern Gate Memorial Funeral Home, 1985 W. Nine Mile Road on Sunday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m. Visitation will begin at 9:00 a.m.

Eastern Gate Memorial Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.

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Allen Moon

November 14, 2020

Steve Keller you will be missed my friend. A kind human being, that I will always remember. We met when I was a freshman at Pasadena High School. I was new, he reached out to me, would invite me to his house to eat dinner before our freshman basketball games. That started a great friendship that lasted through High School and beyond. Will never forget his kindness and compassion for others, his gentle easy going manner that made everyone feel at ease around him. Rest in peace friend you will be sorely missed.

Kathryn Keller

November 14, 2020

Kathryn Keller

November 14, 2020

Joe Rutherford

November 14, 2020

Dear family I am so sorry for your loss Steve and I went to high school together and another friend from School told me about his death again I am so sorry

Gale Bolton

November 13, 2020

My heart breaks watching the video of Steve and his children. My deepest sympathy and prayers are with you all.🙏🙏😇

Kathryn Keller

November 13, 2020

When I was7 years old the Lord Blessed me with 2 brothers. Steve was always so compassionate and caring. In my eyes he was perfect, and if I had the chance to choose ANY big brother in the world, I would always choose him. When he moved to Florida I cried like a baby because I knew how much I was going to miss him, and I was right. But I miss him now more than ever, and the wonderful memories of my wonderful brother will remain in my heart forever. I take comfort in knowing he is with both our fathers...The Lord and George Keller. Peace IS with him.

ROY LEWIS

November 12, 2020

Just want to say to the family that I was sorry for there loss, Steve taught me a lot when he first came to the Paper Mill really helped me a lot, so once again sorry for your loss he will be missed. Roy

Allen Buchanan

November 11, 2020

So So So Sorry Lance, Lacey and Kay I've have ALOT of great memories with Steve and family. When I moved here this family was so good to me. From letting me just come over and hang out, to letting me have a key to the house. Steve was such a cool guy and a great friend heck he let me borrow his truck because I didnt have a vehicle for about 6 months. I love yall he will b Greatly missed and Prayers go out to him and to the whole family. Love Allen.

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