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Alysious J. Keller

Keller, Alysious J. 92, formerly of Waukegan, IL passed awayTuesday, January 21, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Heritage Health Care in Pana, IL. Private funeral services will be held at Bradley Funeral Home in North Chicago, IL. Father James Merold willofficiate. Burial will be in Ascensions Cemetery in Libertyville, IL. Mr. Keller was born onApril 2, 1921, in Witt, IL, to the lateLeo Hugo and Catherine Agnes (Cashen) Keller. He is a graduate of Nokomis HighSchool in Nokomis, IL and received his Bachelor's degree from University of Illinois. He married Mary E. Dobnikar on May 16, 1953at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Waukegan, IL. She survives in Pana, IL. He is a veteran ofthe Navy, where he served during WWII. He had worked at Meadow Gold Dairy and J.D. Plating, Inc. both in Waukegan, IL.Mr. Keller was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Waukegan, IL; Knights of Columbus; and was a volunteer at the Veterans Hospital. Along with his wife he is survived by one sister, Patricia Keller of Springfield, IL; twosisters-in-law, Mary Lou Keller of Nokomis, IL and Beulah Keller of Hillsboro, IL; nieces, JoAnn (husband Denny) Bauman, Nokomis, IL, Gail (husband Jeff) Jayne, Divernon, IL, Cheryle Dobnikar, Chicago, IL; great-nieces, Corinne (husband Josh) Bero, Waco, TX, Kelsey Bauman, Fairview Heights, IL; and great-nephew, Devin Bauman, Peoria, IL; great-great-niece, Emmerson Bero, Waco, TX; and several other nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by six brothers, Si, Hugh, Paul, Charles, Leo and Tom Keller; andtwo sisters, Mary Weaver and Bernadine Keller, in infancy.

Funeral Home

Bradley Funeral Home
313 10Th St North Chicago, IL 60064
(847) 473-3966

Published in News Sun from Jan. 25 to Jan. 31, 2014
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