Condolences for Jeffrey Michael Keller


Marcy Elliott posted on 11/29/21

It was such a privilege and joy knowing Jeff. I always looked forward to receiving the postcards he would send me from all over the world. Such a lovely man. He will be missed by many. Rest In Peace and love Jeff.


Paul du Jour & Marijke Hofstede posted on 11/25/21

Jeff, we haven't met very often, but our encounters have left an indelible impression. We don't know anyone else with such a powerful charisma and genuine interest in other people's views as you had. You will remain in our memory as a loving, cordial and strongly committed personality. You will be missed.



Ron Grandon posted on 11/23/21

In memory of Jeff for my dear clients Lisa and Marie.



Ron Grandon posted on 11/23/21

In memory of Jeff for my dear clients Lisa and Marie



Marjolijn du Jour posted on 11/23/21

Dear Jeff, In my thougths I am with your American family at the military cemetary. Thinking back to your last visit to The Hague, I remember our pleasant talks and serious conversations about religion, life and death. You was full of life, enjoyed your many travels, your books, your job. You loved your little dog and was the support of your family in Fort Worth. In short, I am glad that I got to know you well as a member of our family. I miss you very much and will never forget you.I am so proud on you, specially on this day. In loving rememberance, Marjolijn


Mike McAda posted on 11/22/21

Jeff was a special presence and we considered him a good friend to all of us in our office. He left us laughing, sometimes in surprise. He will be sorely missed!


Susan Seal posted on 11/19/21

Jeff was a wonderful person. He will be missed.


Eddie Villarreal posted on 11/19/21

My condolences to the family of Jeff Keller, IRS Revenue Agent, NFTW post of duty. Jeff always made time to chat with all his peers in the break room or copier machine station to talk about the economy, sports or asking how life was treating everyone. He would not hesitate to update you on his latest trip to some country regarding his experiences or recommendations. I was on a team that coordinated office bowling tournaments. Jeff was a participant who always challenged everyone to make the highest scores. He was always the hit of the gathering chiming I’m on everyone’s conversation, contributing his views. Jeff Keller will join some past peer bowlers in Heaven. He will join Dave Taylor, Ernest Davis, Charles Yahne and many others. I will toast a cheer to Jeff and recognize him at our tournament on Dec 3, 2021. Cowtown Bowling Palace, FTW Tx. Brother from another mother R.I.P., the IRS FTW Crew! Viva Jeff!