Marion Keller

Marion Keller Jr.

Saturday January 9, 1971 - Sunday May 17, 2020
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Mr. Marion “JuJu” Keller, Jr., 49, of Greenville, South Carolina, departed this life on Sunday, May 17, 2020, at St. Francis Hospital Downtown. He was the son of Marion Keller, Sr., and the late Irma Jean Curry Keller.

He graduated from Greenville High School and attended Rutledge College and Spartanburg Technical College. He was employed at Flour Daniel, Freightliner, Spartanburg Regional Hospital and substitute teacher for Spartanburg County Schools.

He was a affiliated with State Line and Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church. Auxiliaries included Pilgrim Rest Church Choir, Drummer for the Youth, Drummer for Greenville Senior High School and Coach for Greenville County Softball.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Tom and Georgia Keller; maternal grandparents, Willie and Lela Mae Curry; and three uncles, Alphonso Keller, Curtis Keller, Sr. and Willie Curry, Jr.

Surviving: three sons, Marion Nichols Keller, Jalen Knight Keller and Gabriel Aaron Keller, all of Chesnee, SC; one sister, Betty J. Keller Golden of Greenville, SC; five aunts, Thomasenia Green, Sarah Hughes and Georgia Mae Kimpson, all of Orangeburg, SC, and Rudene Bonnette and Ruth Ann Bonnette, both of St. Matthews, SC; three uncles, Frank (Rebecca) Keller and Coy Keller, both of St. Matthews, SC, and David (Diane) Keller of Greenville, SC; a play brother, Chris Harvey of Greenville, SC; and a host of other relatives and friends.
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Gary Thomson, Richmond, Virginia sent flowers to the family of Marion Keller Jr.
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Posted at 10:52am
I had the privilege of seeing Marion three times a week. Not because we purposely sought each other out, but because I was one of the nurses who cared for him at his Dialysis clinic.
Marion never wanted to be a bother. Always asking if I was doing ok. Marion wore a smile even when he wasn’t feeling great. He was so proud of his boys and I enjoyed hearing the joy in his voice when he spoke of them and his family and friends.
Such a big heart. He will be missed.

Linda Crocker

Posted at 11:12pm
Love playing Football and coming to my house to play Basketball in the yard i have enjoyed Jr. As a great friend i cared a lot for him a like a brother we use to do a lot of different things we would cookout, Jr. Cared about everybody ihe was a special person. I Love Him very much. Fly High Jr. I will always care about you.
Love You! I Miss You!💖💖
Linda Crocker

Gary Thomson--Richmond, Virginia

Posted at 08:11am
What an honor it was to call Junior my friend since 1982. Our calls and texts over the many years were always bright spots. I appreciated his humor and admired his love of family. I learned many things from him over the years and have a tremendous void in my life. Rest in peace buddy. I'm glad you're in God's arms but I sure will miss you.

Gary Thomson, Richmond, Virginia

Posted at 07:18am
You are in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss Junior and am grateful for the tremendous impact he had on my life.
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Lolita Frazier - Dayton, OH

Posted at 08:58am
Praying for the family and that God, continues to bless you though this hard time. Thank you for sharing your love and support withmy daughter Jazmin.
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