Nancy Keller

 

Keller, Nancy Claire – A much loved sister and friend to Linda (Keller) Benn has passed into the arms of her Lord early Easter morning, Sunday, April 4/21 at the age of 69. Daughter of the late Bill and Edith Keller of Mitchell’s Bay and sister-in-law to Marcel Benn. She leaves behind her four special nephews Scott, Chris, Darcy and Brad Benn whom she loved and prayed for often. She operated “ Eagle Haven By The Bay” a senior residence from her home in Mitchell’s Bay for 10 years. She loved animals and had several cats and dogs during her life time. Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held.

Memorial donations if wished would be appreciated to Loads of Love or charity of your choice.

19 Comments on “Nancy Keller”

  1. Linda and Marcel, I was sorry to hear from Alma that your sister passed away quite suddenly. Know that our prayers are with you as you remember her life and faith. Marg Moriyama

    1. Oh my goodness Linda
      I had no idea. I have not seen Nancy for quite a while but she was always such a lovely person
      I am so sorry for your loss
      She is now the winner and gets to be celebrating in heaven until we get there. I wish I had a way to contact you Your kindness to our family back in 1990 will never be forgotten
      Love
      Sherrill

  2. Linda
    My sympathy to you at this time, as you grieve the loss of y our only sister May your good memories give you peace at this time. Good memories are God’s great gift to us.
    Sincerely
    Shirley Clark
    (Your old nursing instructor)

  3. So sorry to hear about Nancy’s passing so sudden. I have many great memories of working with Nancy @ St. Joseph’s Hospital. She was truly a loving & caring person. She always spoke highly of you Linda and your family. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts & prayers are with you at this sad time.

  4. So sorry for your loss, I worked with Nancy at St Joe’s. She was a very caring nurse and she will be missed!

  5. I have many great memories of working with Nancy at St. Joseph’s Hospital. She was truly a loving and caring person.
    At Eagle Haven By The Bay, I worked for her for a few months. Nursing was her passion always helping others.

  6. Linda and family,
    So very sorry to hear about Nancy. I always enjoyed her bubblie personality and her enthusiasm for life. She was compassionate and caring towards the people she cared for and the Nancy stories shred by Linda on the night shift were always enjoyable to hear. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.
    Sue Wiebenga

  7. Linda and family
    This must be a shock to have a sister and than to not have one. You two always appeared to have a special friendship, She is at peace with the Lord. I pray that God will comfort you at this particular time.

  8. I worked with Nancy at St. Joe’s and she was always happy and full of life. So sorry for your loss.

  9. Thoughts and Prayers for the family at this time. Nancy is going to be missed at Community Living Wallaceburg. She was always so helpful when you had a question or any concern. Going to miss her big smile she always had when you passed by her office you just couldn’t help not stopping and saying hi to her.

  10. Sorry for your loss. I worked with Nancy at CLW and she was a great person to be around always smiling and a very caring person

  11. Sorry for your loss I got the honour to meet Nancy at the oaks when she was there I was her housekeeper she was a very special person to meet and such a lovely lady to meet I will miss her smile and talking to her

  12. Linda: I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Nancy. Our families go back quite a ways.
    I have fond memories of our friendship with the Keller family at Mitchell’s Bay.
    May God bless and strengthen you at this time.

  13. Deepest condolences and our prayers for comfort are offered to Nancy’s family and friends. She will be greatly missed by her church family at Calvary Community Church in Tilbury. She was such a dear dear friend to my wife and me. I’ve shed more than a few tears this week as I’ve thought about how much Nancy meant to us. She was always such an encouragement to us. We’re so thankful that we know that she is with our Lord Jesus whom she loved so deeply and served so well. It was such a pleasure to know her. Our loss is heaven’s gain.

  14. Dear Linda,
    So sorry to hear about your sister Nancy. May her memories bring you comfort at this time.
    Sincere condolences.
    Rose Marie S.

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