In memory of
Michael Edward "Mike" Keller
In memory of
Michael Edward "Mike" Keller
MICHAEL EDWARD KELLER November 09, 1945 ˜ February 16, 2021 His greatest joy in life were his wife and nine children. He will be greatly missed and was deeply loved and cherished. Mike began his final journey Feb. 16, 2021. He lived on Camano Island, WA. He graduated from Jesuit High School, Seattle University and Willamette Law school. Mike then served two years in the army as a sergeant in the 1st cavalry air mobile in Vietnam . Mike then practiced law in Portland, OR, and Kirkland, WA, and settling down in Stanwood, WA. His home on Camano Island was 30 feet from Puget Sound and the family enjoyed boating, fishing, swimming and harvesting seafood from their backyard. Mike was a proficient mechanic and rebuilt several engines and tinkered with cars and tractors over the years. His youth was spent on his dads ranch in Glenwood, WA, learning about cows, horses, haying and working on machinery. He is survived by his wife, Shari; nine children, and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Keith and Mary Ann Keller. His siblings are Pat Emrich (Scott), Tom Keller (Cheryl), Dan Keller all from Washougal, WA, and Lisa Keller, Scottsdale, AZ. Mikes greatest gift were his stories from a remarkable memory, his humor and entertaining for hours with his real gift of “gab” about every issue. He will be greatly missed. Please share a memory @ www.columbain.com/obits
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In memory of
Michael Edward "Mike" Keller
MICHAEL EDWARD KELLER November 09, 1945 ˜ February 16, 2021 His greatest joy in life were his wife and nine children. He will be greatly missed and was deeply loved and cherished. Mike began his final journey Feb. 16, 2021. He lived on Camano Island, WA. He graduated from Jesuit High School, Seattle University and Willamette Law school. Mike then served two years in the army as a sergeant in the 1st cavalry air mobile in Vietnam . Mike then practiced law in Portland, OR, and Kirkland, WA, and settling down in Stanwood, WA. His home on Camano Island was 30 feet from Puget Sound and the family enjoyed boating, fishing, swimming and harvesting seafood from their backyard. Mike was a proficient mechanic and rebuilt several engines and tinkered with cars and tractors over the years. His youth was spent on his dads ranch in Glenwood, WA, learning about cows, horses, haying and working on machinery. He is survived by his wife, Shari; nine children, and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Keith and Mary Ann Keller. His siblings are Pat Emrich (Scott), Tom Keller (Cheryl), Dan Keller all from Washougal, WA, and Lisa Keller, Scottsdale, AZ. Mikes greatest gift were his stories from a remarkable memory, his humor and entertaining for hours with his real gift of “gab” about every issue. He will be greatly missed. Please share a memory @ www.columbain.com/obits
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