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January 08, 2011
George Keller was my boss at Standard Oil Co. of California in 1960. He was the best! Brian O'Malley
October 21, 2008
Mr. Keller was one of my dad's closest friends when he moved from his Chevron Chemical position in Louisiana to the Chevron HQ in San Francisco in 1960. They were both assigned to the young executives program at the Chevron HQ office (Bush Street as it was called) in San Francisco. I met George through his son Bob, who was in my class at St, Matthews (San Mateo) and became my closest friend while we live in California. I quickly learned why my dad like being around George. Both men were extremely intelligent and loved to discuss the numerous books each had read and any other subject under the sun. George and his wife, Addie were always the most inviting and generous people I have very met. I always felt comfortable in their home in San Mateo; an old Spanish mansion that was under constant renovation by George and his construction gang. That gang included his sons Bill, Bob and eventually Barry, but also any of the friends to happen to be at the house when George decided it was time to do some renovation. I believe when I left California in 1966 the home was still under some sort of renovation.

My most memorable time I spent with George and his family was when he convinced my dad to let to go skiing with them during the Christmas break of 1964. I became an avid skier then and remain in love with the sport today. Even to this day I still recall George teaching me to ski and for the rest of my life I will hold that special memory each time I step into my skis.

All my heart felt condolences to Bob, Bill and Barry and their families. Another great man has left us, may he rest in peace.
October 20, 2008
Our sincerest sympathies to the Keller family. George Keller was a great friend and benefactor for San Mateo Medical Center. His memory will live on through our services to the community.

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