Amy was a delight to work with at the UAPL. I will miss her smile, enthusiasm and joie de vivre. She will be missed. I am so sorry for your loss.
I met Amy as one of her DARE role models. She provided me with a wonderful opportunity to practice public speaking in the the UA schools, which had quite an impact on my life path. I became a school teacher. And I married the person who became the community relations officer after her service. It makes me smile to know that even before I met my husband he had flipped past my name in Amy's old rolladex. Years later, Amy and I met at Irish dancing lessons that both her beloved granddaughter and my daughter were enrolled in. How I loved sitting with her and chatting. I can hear her voice and see her smile. I will miss her.
In this time of sorrow. You have our heartfelt sympathy.
John and Jennesse Dibert
I am so very sorry to hear about Amy. She always had such a big smile, a great laugh! and a wonderfully bubbly personality in good ole' Grandview HS days. So sad to lose another classmate from the GREAT class of '73.
Nancy Pickett Buckingham
I'm so sorry for Paul and the entire Keller family. Amy was such a sweet woman and will be missed by everyone, even those who only saw her once in a while like me. My prayers are with you all, may God give you peace in this time.
Sorry for your loss of Amy thoughts and prayers.
Amy was an inspiration to all of us at Cancer Support Community Central Ohio. She truly made a difference in the lives of other survivors, caregivers and loved ones. May all of you be blessed with peace and loving memories.
Cancer Support Community
I adored Amy from the moment I met her. She was always smiling and made everyone feel loved. We will all miss her. I am truly sorry that she has passed.
We have lost a truly wonderful person - I, too, worked with Amy and she was a delight. She fought a long battle, and was an example for all who struggle. She will be missed.
To Paul and all the Kellers: I was able to sit with Amy last Saturday night and just hold her hand. I feel privileged to have had that time with her. Not to mention the 24 yrs she was my sister-in-law. I count myself blessed for having those God given opportunities. I am so sorry for your loss.
It is with a very heavy heart that I send loving condolences to Amy's family and other friends. I worked with her at UAPL and she was a shining light at the library for children and adults alike. I feel blessed to have gotten to work with her and to call her my friend.