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152 Worcester Street
PO Box 75
North Grafton, MA 01536
Phone: (508) 839-4491
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Calvin Keller

Calvin Keller

Friday, July 17th, 1925 Saturday, May 30th, 2020

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Obituary for Calvin G. Keller

GRAFTON: Calvin Girard Keller, 94, passed away peacefully on Saturday May 30, 2020 at the Coleman House, Northborough, MA from complications due to the Coronavirus. His wife of 63 years, Marion Oppenheim Keller, predeceased him in 2014. He leaves behind three daughters, Carol (Keller) Farley and her husband Kevin of North Grafton, MA, Jean (Keller) Perez and her husband Thomas Perez of Long Island, NY and Diane (Keller) Colon and her husband James Colon of Palm Bay, FL, six grandchildren (one grandson predeceased him in 1993), seven great-grandchildren and one great-great grandson. He was predeceased by his brother, Arthur J. Keller of Levittown, NY. He was born and raised in the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, NY to Arthur J. Keller, Sr., and Mary Anna (Hoffman) Keller of Brooklyn, NY. After he and Marion married, they then settled in Massapequa, NY to raise their family. In 1976 he moved to Arlington, VT where he and Marion enjoyed many years spending time with family and friends who would come to visit. His family remember him lovingly as a kind, loving person with a good sense of humor; full of many humorous stories and with a warm smile for everyone. He was part of the greatest generation having served in the U.S. Army during WWII in the Pacific theater. He worked for many years in his family's business in the garment district of NYC. He spent many happy hours with his artistic hobbies of woodworking and oil painting. He loved life and will be greatly missed. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. A Book of Memories to share a special message with Calvin's family is available onilne at:
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Kate Bryan

Popop Cal was more than a neighbor to us growing up in Arlington. His sweet and kind demeanor made us feel safe when we fell off our bikes. His helpfulness and ability to fix anything were especially appreciated when my sister and I had an overflowing toilet! His giggle was contagious and his smile could light up a room. I will forever be grateful that your family shared him with all of us on Bentley Lane. We are better people because of him. I imagine that Popop Cal and Marion are so happy to be reunited, holding hands and watching the birds. My love to the entire extended Keller family. - Katie Bryan
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Ellen Seibert

My sincerest condolences to the family of Mr. Calvin Keller, my dearest friend Jean’s dad. He was such a sweet person. May he rest in eternal peace!
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Geoff & Linda Underwood

Carol, Kevin and Erin,
So sorry to hear Carol of your fathers death from this horrific Covid Virus. Hopefully it was a peaceful passing for him. He is at peace now and I'm sure very
happy to be with your mother. Geoff and I will pray for him and all of you at this hard time.
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