Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX


Daniel Lynn Keilers

November 27, 1967August 5, 2019

Daniel Lynn Keilers, 51, was suddenly taken from this world August 5, 2019. He was born November 27, 1967 in Houston, Texas. Dan was a self-made man and owner of Beeline Auto Transport. He loved life and worked as hard as he played. His life was filled with immense love for family, friends, adventure and he was fiercely devoted to his people. He cherished time spent in the outdoors on his boat, four-wheelers, and snow skis. Dan was always up for new experiences and making memories. He met Megan Cowley whom he called “the love of my life” in December 2015. Together they experienced joy in loving, laughing, adventuring, traveling, and the simple, sweet moments of life. A compassionate and trustworthy friend, Dan’s great sense of humor and infectious smile conveyed his genuine and kind demeanor to all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Dan is survived by fiancé Megan Cowley, father Burney Keilers, mother Carol Noreen Rozell (Kenneth), sisters Dorothy Keilers, Cynthia Ann Keilers Wallace (Brian), step-sisters Donna Feick McGilberry (Glenn), Karen Feick Lopez (Joseph), Cathy Feick Hutcheson (Johnny), and many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Edgar and Nelda Keilers, Noreen Ann Carson Deskins, and Bernard Rozell.

A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday August 18, 2019 from 11am- 2pm at Lakeway Resort located 101 Lakeway Drive Austin, TX 78734. Come raise a glass to Dan!


  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Sunday, August 18, 2019


Daniel Lynn Keilers

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Rick Smith

August 16, 2019

Wow... doesn't seem real...

Cheryl & Luckie Ford

August 16, 2019

Prayers for strength and healing for Daniel’s family and friends.

Harvey Wagner

August 16, 2019

Prayers for Daniel’s family and friends.

Malissa Ivey

August 13, 2019

Dan always knew how to make everyone laugh. He also had a great smile and you knew you were in great company just knowing him. He will be greatly missed.

Al Mikulin

August 9, 2019

To my friend LieutenantDan.

God sure works in mysterious ways to show us how much he loves us. On the day you made the trip to God I asked myself why would he take such a kind, gentle, loving person so soon? I then realized I just answered my own question. Your love for life was contagious. You punched your ticket to sit with our Lord Jesus Christ. Rest easy my friend. See you later buddy!!

Big Al Mikulin

Ronna Kennard

August 8, 2019

My beloved cousin. There aren’t words strong enough in any language for how gutted I am with losing one of my favorite people on this earth. Your smile was infectious and your attitude was always encouraging, engaging and positive. Heaven shines a little brighter now while the world you left behind is noticeably dimmer. You were one of the kindest, most selfless people on the planet and you went out a hero. My life was blessed to have you in it as family, so I really have too many beautiful memories of you to list here. But I will cherish them always, and love you always. Rest peacefully, cousin. Until we meet again. ❤️

Chanda Wilson

August 8, 2019

Lisa Wrighy

August 8, 2019

Dan.. though I had only met you a few times your smile, humor, and warmth left an indelible mark. You left us too soon and will be missed by many for a very long time.

Chanda Wilson

August 8, 2019

One of the sweetest guys I've ever known. There wasn't anything you wouldn't do for your friends and you always had a friendly smile that was so contagious. We had so many special memories and you touched my life more than I could express. You are so loved by everyone you touched. I will miss you dearly. Will see you again someday. Rest in peace, my friend.

Amanda Kimball-Davis

August 8, 2019

If I had known the last time we would talk was when you sent me a PM asking how I was last week, I would have bombarded you with HOW YOU WERE! We had a lot of fun times on the lake, at Nite Life, Uncle Mark's, concerts...I think I could go on forever. You will be missed dearly. Until we meet again, RIP....