Dawn Keller

Obituary of Dawn Keller

No services are planned at this time for Dawn Denise Keller, 54, of Alvord, Texas. She passed away Monday, October 11, 2021 in Decatur, Texas.


She was born in Chanute, Kansas to Larry and Sharon (Jones) Gillum.


Dawn is survived by husband Richard Keller of Alvord; daughter Mindy Keller and wife Jessica Carow of Alvord, son Justin Gillum and wife Lydia of Decatur; brother Wes Gillum; grandchildren Jayden Gillum, Makenna Gillum, and Laney Gillum.


She was preceded in death by her parents.


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