Keller, Chandler "Chad" Raymond Chad was born in Manhattan Beach, California on October 8, 1971 and died September 11, 2001, on board the hijacked American Airlines Flight #77 that departed from Dulles International, Washington D.C. bound for Los Angeles. Chad was a lead Propulsion Engineer and a Project Manager with Boeing Satellite Systems. He lived life to the fullest and never missed an opportunity to be with friends. He loved to surf, ski, snowboard, cook, and had a wonderful sense of humor. Mixed with that humor was a very down to earth and genuine man. He and his wife Lisa were married on July 22nd at the Old Mission in Santa Barbara. He was a loving husband, respected by his coworkers, admired by his brothers and an immense pride and joy to his parents. He is survived by his wife Lisa Hurley Keller of Marina del Rey, his parents, Kathy and Dick Keller of Del Mar, and his brothers Brandon and Gavin. A memorial mass will be held for Chad on Saturday, September 22nd at 10:30 am at The Church of the American Martyrs in Manhattan Beach at 624 15th Street. The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Chandler R. Keller Scholarship Fund at the University of Colorado Foundation, P.O. Box 1140, Boulder, CO 80306.
Paid Notice published in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES on September, 21, 2001.