John Keller

John W. Keller

Saturday, May 23rd, 1953 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Lincoln– John W. Keller, 66, passed peacefully on March 20, 2020, at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center. He was born May 23, 1953, in Ann Arbor, MI, the son of John Ward and Rachael Y. (Weatherbee) Keller. John is survived by his daughter, Jacey H. Keller; his brother, Steven E. Keller and his wife Kim, of Brunswick; his brother, Matthew W. Keller and his wife Faye, of Rancho Cucamonga, CA; his stepsisters Donna Taylor and Dianne Ostrander of East Long Meadow, MA and their families; and niece Katherine J. Keller-Kratzer and husband Wade, of Alexandria, VA. John was predeceased by both parents and stepmother Rita E. (Ollari) Keller. The family would like to thank everyone who cared for John, and especially Tate Alyward and family who have offered endless support and assistance to John and the Keller family. The family will hold a private memorial at a later date. Gifts in John’s memory can be made to any food pantry, humane society, or any COVID19 relief fund.
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The RSU 676 Education Association

Posted at 02:42pm
The RSU 67 Education Association would like to recognize John's faithful membership and leadership over many, many years. He was a true supporter of public education and the young people we serve. A donation will be made to the food cupboard in John's name, as soon as is possible.

Edith Curry

Posted at 10:07am
Jacey, So sorry for your loss, sending love and prayers to you and the family. Edith and family

Julie Hewes

Posted at 08:54am
i always had fun with mr keller in woodshop. rip mr keller

Mike Salvato

Posted at 01:05pm
Brenda and I were very sorry to hear of John’s passing. An talented teacher and good friend, well liked by his students. Rest-in peace, John.
Brenda and Mike Salvato

Margie King

Posted at 05:30pm
To John's family, I offer my condolences. John and I were classmates at Ella P Burr School and MA. He was a kind and gentle soul.
Margie Appleby King

Karla Rutherford Posted at 07:11am

It seems like I knew John forever. He was a year ahead of me in school but we both worked at the Lincoln beach lifeguarding and teaching swimming lessons. We lost touch for a couple of years and then he met and married my best friend. Jacey, you are a wonderful product of that marriage and I have been blessed to watch you grow up. John also taught my sons at Mattanawcook Junior High and I still have a couple of their projects hanging on my walls. Rest In Peace my friend. And my thoughts and prayers are with you Jacey.

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