Grandpa Keller taught himself to play the violin when he was in his 80s. His great grand nieces Sharon and Sheila Brennan played violin with him on several occasions. He lived to be 100 years old and a remarkable man. He loved Emma and his family. He was a very quiet, hard-working, humble, brilliant man.
Lynn’s parents Alfred and Celestia Keller
The Alfred and Celestia Keller Family
Front Row, left to right: Ray, Alta, Lillie, Alfred, Lindsay, Levi, Celestia, Mary
Back row: John, Ella
Levi and Lynn
Lynn and twin sister LillieLynn and Emma on wedding day.
Emma and Lynn on the farm. Lynn is holding grain sorghum.
Emma and Lynn with new baby Philip
Lynn and Phil
Lynne in the field with his helper Phil
Phil, Lynn and John Vernon
Lynn, Phil, Wanda, John Vernon, Emma, NaomiLynn with his livestock. This was on a post card he sent his sister. Naomi, Lynn, John Vernon, Phil, Wanda
Wanda, Lynn, Naomi, Phil, John Vernon, Geneva
John Vernon, Bonnie, Everett, Naomi, Lynn, Wanda, Leroy
Naomi, Lynn, Wanda, Geneva, John Vernon, Emma, Phil
Emma and Lynn
50th Wedding Anniversary
Geneva, John Vernon, Naomi, Phil, Lynn, Wanda
Lynn with Naomi and her children and grandchildren Lynn and gorilla at Keller reunion Lynn with niece Christine Bowers and great nieces Sharon and Sheila Brennan Tulips in front of his house in RossvilleClimbed up on roof at 90+ years to fix roof. Uncle Hugh was not amused. Lynn playing violin at his home with Brennan twins and their Grandpa Bower Eugene, KelLee, Lynn, Phil and Jane playing Uno at Christmas at the farm. You had to watch him cause he would try to slip a card past us and grin knowing full well he played the wrong card. It was Eugene that would usually correct him, we weren’t bold enough to correct Grandpa. 🙂 Lynn’s 100th birthday party Dec. 19, 1991.