Lois M. Keller

January 07, 1924 ‒ August 22, 2018

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Lois M. Keller, 94, of Fredericktown formerly of Mount Vernon passed away from this life to be with the Lord on Monday morning, August 20, 2018 at home. She was born on January 7, 1924 in Lakewood to late Ambrose S. and Mabel (Prasse) Rose Sr.  In addition to her parents, Lois was preceded in death by her dearly beloved husband, Thomas A. Keller; son, Donald Keller; and brother, Ambrose Roser Jr.

Lois shared her zest for life with those who knew her and was an avid reader, artist and lover of all animals.  She loved gardening and flowers.  She was a professional Floral Designer for weddings and funerals.

Lois attended the Liberty Chapel United Methodist Church and the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Knox County Organ Club and Interchurch Social Services.

Lois is survived her children, Carol (Charles) Gray of Lisbon and James (Dee) Keller of Santa Barbara, CA; daughter-in-law, Brenda Keller of Mount Vernon;  cousin, Paul (Trish) Lawrence; sister-in-law, Patricia Haldi of Westlake; and 6 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

The family will receive friends from Noon until the time of a funeral service at 2 p.m. on Friday, August 31, 2018 at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home, 619 East High St., Mount Vernon with Rev. Thom Flower officiating.  Burial will follow in Liberty Chapel Cemetery near Mount Vernon.

Memorial contributions may be made to Guiding Eyes, P.O. Box 97007, Washington, DC 20090-7007.

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  • Aunt Lois and her family remain special in my memories growing up. She was always happy and kind and helped us appreciate gardening and animals. God bless you, Aunt Lois. Hugs and kisses to Jimmy and Carol.

  • I was a neighbor when Lois lived on Liberty Chapel Rd. I helped Lois with yard work and gardening and really enjoyed our talks. She spoke about her paintings and travels. What a kind and special lady. It was a privilege to know her. I regret that I am not able to attend her service.

    Mike Parks

  • I extend my sympathy to all the family. I know she will be greatly missed.

    Florence Duvuvuei (neighbor from Struble Circle)