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Pauline Mae Keeler, 84, Brighton
Obituaries · November 08, 2013



Pauline Mae Keeler, 84, of Brighton, passed away on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, at All American Restorative Care in Washington.

Funeral services for Pauline were Friday, Nov. 1, 2013, at the Sorden-Lewis Home for Funeral and Cremation Services in Lone Tree.

Burial will be at the Lone Tree Cemetery. Casket bearers and honorary casket bearers will be Pauline’s grandchildren. Following the committal services at the cemetery, a time of food and fellowship will be held at the Lone Tree American Legion. Visitation for Pauline was Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013, at the Sorden-Lewis Home for Funeral and Cremation Services in Lone Tree. Memorials may be directed to Washington County Hospice in memory of Pauline. Sympathy notes may be left for the Keeler family at www.lewisfuneralhomes.com.

Pauline Mae Powers was born Sept. 23, 1929, in Cedar County, Iowa the daughter of Roy and Ethel (Taylor) Powers. On July 2, 1950, Pauline was united in marriage to Bruce Burton Keeler at the Methodist Church in West Branch, Iowa. Pauline was a homemaker who enjoyed sewing, gardening, flowers, hunting and camping, but most of all, Pauline loved to spend time with her family.

Pauline will be deeply missed by her eight children, Donald K. Powers of Moline, James B. Keeler and wife Kate of Taylor, Ariz., Ronald E. Keeler and wife Georgetta of Marietta, Ga., John L. Keeler and wife Carol of Florence, Colo., Stephen A. Keeler and wife Beverly of Riverside, Vickie L. Michel and husband Kevin of Brighton, Gerald A. Keeler and wife Mary of Brighton, and Randall S. Keeler and wife Marna of Burnside, Ky.; 24 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and two brothers, David Powers of Tennessee and Paul Powers and wife Mae of West Branch.

Pauline was preceded in death by her parents; one son, Thomas Keeler; one great-grandson, Derek Keeler; one great-granddaughter, Katie Birtcher; and ten brothers and sisters.

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