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1946 - 2019
Ronnie Lee Keels Obituary
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December 08, 2019

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December 08, 2019

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October 25, 2019
RIP, you will be missed.Darin Keierleber class of 1984
October 25, 2019
I remember Ronnie when he lived next door to us on Tioga St. in N.Portland. We all played Kick the can n Hide n go Seek together. I really liked him. He will be missed by lots. He is in a better place now. Rest well Ronnie. Elaine Baxter....{aka} Schwalb
October 23, 2019
Ron will be missed greatly. He was a one of a kind guy.. Business owner. Athlete, Story teller and good friend to many who knew him. 59 years ago, Roosevelt teachers and coaches started the Roosevelt High School golf tournament. Once those teachers either passed away or lost interest in running the tournament, Ron took charge and kept the tournament alive until he finally was able to pass it off to younger people. Ron was largely responsible for tens of thousands of dollars donated by the tournament committee to Roosevelt athletics and other programs. Ron called me a week before he passed to tell me he heard this years tournament was a success. He wanted to hear all about it as it was such a large part of his life. Rest in peace friend. I will miss chatting with you. Pat Hoffert Class of 1965
October 21, 2019
Ronnie was one in a million. His sense of humor and tall tales delighted me in high school plus hundreds of other people along his life's journey. One of my favorite memories as an adult was spending an unexpected evening with Judy and Ronnie at "The Barn" on Barbur. I laughed until my sides ached. Of course my brother, Dave Johnson, and Ronnie were kindred spirits as teenagers and adults. Their salesmanship was unparalleled. Each of them were active with many other grads in the yearly golf tournament. The old and new friendships were a bonus after collecting funds for scholarships needed by deserving young Roosevelt graduates. My brother and I send our deepest sympathy to Judy and the entire family. Sincerely, Pam Johnson
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