Gerald D. Keller

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Gerald (Jerry) D. Keller, 79, a long-time resident of Eldersburg, passed away Friday, November 11,2016 at the Dove House, Carroll Hospice surrounded by his wife Barb, his children Lisa Davidson, Dean Keller, and Jeff and wife Shannon Keller, and grandchildren Madeline and Conor Davidson, brother-in-law Keith Krickler. Jerry was born March 30, 1937 in Aristes, PA, son of Wallace and Dorothy Keller. He graduated from Conynham-Centralia Joint High School in 1956 before moving to Baltimore, MD in 1958. He worked for BG&E for over 30 years, starting as a tree trimmer and a linesman before moving into meter installation. He retired from BG&E February 4, 1994. He served in the US Army Garrison stationed at Fort Jay, NY driving officers from Governor's Island, NY and Ft. Dix, NJ which he enjoyed immensely. Jerry leaves behind his wife of 10 years, Barb Hollis Keller (nee Krickler); Lisa Davidson(nee Keller) of NJ, her husband Philip and their children, Madeline, Conor, Gabrielle, and Charlotte; his son Dean Keller of WV and wife Mary and their daughter Justice, Dean's children Kimberly, Samantha, Jordan, Emily and Brad Smith: his son Jeff of MD and wife Shannon and their children Maya, Simone, Ezra, Peyton, Silas and Teagan; his sister Gail of PA and husband Jim, children Chris and Meredith and their families; ), Loni Harburda (nee Hollis) Barb's step daughter and family, Chris Hollis, Barb's step son,(deceased) and family; brother-in-law Keith Krickler of MD and wife Joan, his brother-in-law Ken Krickler and wife Robin; Sister-in-law and brother-in-law Peggy and Albert Kushnerick; and many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Jerry is predeceased by his wife Deanna Keller (nee Osman) 2003; his parents; his eldest sister Marylou Lynn (nee Keller) 2001; and brother William (Bill) Keller 2006. Jerry enjoyed spending time with his immediate and extended family, his two dogs Cinnamon and Pepper, lottery scratch offs and coffee runs. He was active in the BG&E Hardhats retirees' group. He was a member of Liberty Reformed Presbyterian Church in Randallstown. A private memorial service with family is planned.



Published in Carroll County Times on Nov. 17, 2016
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