Jaxon Keller Obituary, Death Cause – We would want to take this opportunity to extend our appreciation to you, Jaxon, for all of the lovely memories and hearty chuckles that you have bestowed upon us over the course of the past many years. This day saw the arrival of a brand new angel into the ranks of the heavenly hosts. You are, without a doubt, the kindest, most gregarious, and most modest individual that I have ever had the good fortune to engage in conversation with in my whole life.
You could walk into a room and instantly make everyone happy and put a grin on their face. This was a consistent trait of yours. This occurred each and every time you visited that location without fail. This was a guarantee that couldn’t be shaken in any way. I adore you. During this difficult time, Nikki Naquin Keller and her family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am thinking about and praying for all of them. I am completely at a loss for words at this juncture.
This awful event appears to be more and more unbelievable with each passing minute. Please accept my love and condolences, and know that his family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. The surviving children and spouses of Mr. Keller are Jack Christopher Keller and his wife Andrea of Beattyville, Jacqueline Keller Broadwell and her husband Joseph of Beattyville, and Jessica Lynn Keller Whisman and her husband Joseph of Beattyville.
Both Vernon Keith Keller and his wife Rose are natives of Richmond, which is located in the state of Kentucky. Jack Christopher Keller and Andrea, who is his wife, have made Beattyville their home. Mr. Keller is survived by his wife Fannie, their four children, and the spouses of each of those children. Mr. Keller’s legacy will live on via his family. In addition, he is survived by his 21 grandchildren, some of whom have names like Barry, B.J., Jodi, Joe Joe, Jennifer, Joshua, Jacob, Stephanie, Velvet, and Shawyna. Shawyna is his great-granddaughter.