Edward M. Keller

Lynnwood, Washington

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I am very sorry for your loss. Please take comfort from Isaiah41:10

Ed was the last of my long-time and very close friends.

We met in our twenties and were close friends from then on. After my retirement, I was his helper in his business and that period was a pleasant-- no, I mean a fun time in my life.

Our deepest sympathy to the Keller family. Ed meant a great deal to both of us. I had the pleasure of working with Ed for eight years and we had become close friends. He will be missed
Leigh and Virginia Lawrence

January 2014 Our last time together

Thank you Jane for writing such a wonderful obituary. It's hard to describe a life in a few sentences. Dad was a such a smart, articulate, and bitingly funny man. We both will miss him very much. I feel his presence all around me.

Ed,you were a special person and a gentlemen. Thanks for your friendship, are working relationship and the laughter. You will truly be missed. Rest in peace. Ron Lerner


Edward's Obituary

Keller, Edward M. 88, a long time North Shore resident, died peacefully at his home February 19th, 2014. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 45 years, Eloise; son, Paul Howell, and brother, Paul David of Wilmette. Leaves behind a sister, Sarah Jane Thompson of Northbrook. Father of Jane...

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