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August 17, 2018

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December 3, 2017
my father was a loving man who worked hard and loved ms. state football college football ...he always taught us to be responsible,hard working and education he also was a quiet man but he could talk to you about anything he kept learning and reading all his like ....love you dad and miss you. your daughter katherine s. keltner baxley
November 26, 2017
I met Mr. Keltner back in 1977 when I was a teenager. He was the nicest man, and easy to get along with and talk to. At the time he was working 2 jobs to support his family. He was a very hard working man and I had great respect for him. He will forever be in my thoughts and memories.
November 25, 2017
Uncle Clint always showed me so much love and such a genuine interest in my life and well-being. I felt the comfort of his caring from a very early age, especially after the death of my father, Doss, that Christmastime so very long ago. Uncle Clint helped fill a void in my heart throughout my life in ways he may never have known. A child knows when she is loved, and I knew that he and my Aunt Myrt truly cared about me. And that little child in me still feels that!

I will be thinking of you all, my dear cousins, and my beloved Aunt Myrt, as you go through this time of memories and of recognition of such a special life. I hope that there will be some laughter among the tears, and that you will feel the love I send your way, not just today, but always!

Cheryl