September 13, 1931 ~ March 10, 2020

Born in: Cleveland, OH
Resided in: Littleton, CO

James Sylvester Keller
September 13, 1931 ~ March 10, 2020
Born: in Cleveland, Ohio
Resided: in Littleton, Colorado

James (Jim) Keller passed away peacefully on March 10th. He was born on September 13, 1931 in Cleveland, Ohio to Sylvester Keller and Eugenia Keller. Jim attended Loyola University in Chicago and graduated with honors with a BA in history. Jim also served as Army Correspondent in Japan and Korea from 1954-1955.

He spent his career working as an executive in broadcast and cable television. During this time he served as the Director of the Denver Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Program Director of the Denver Metropolitan Safety Council. After retirement, he contributed as a historian and oral archivist for the Cable Center in Denver. He was also a faithful and active member of the Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus.

Jim is survived and will be dearly missed by his wife, Patricia, sisters, Barbara Dennis and Mary Helen Knuth. His son James (Jay) Keller and daughters Theresa (Tere) Keller, Jennifer McAllister, Claire (Margy) Conant and Christine Keller. He was also survived by his step daughter Dr. Kara Thomson and 5 grandchildren, Mason, Aleia, Riley, Devon and Lauren. Jim is predeceased in death by his brother, Bill Keller.

Services will be held later.

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  1. Will miss you at family gatherings Uncle Jim. Always the life of the party!!! Rest In Peace with our Heavenly Father. With Love, Tom and Nancy Knuth and kids

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  2. What a handsome picture and just how I remember your Dad. Thankful. Thinking of you all and holding you up in our prayers.

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  3. Thinking of you all and wishing we could all be together at this time. Rest in Heaven Uncle Jim. We will sure miss you! Love, Jules

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  4. Uncle Jim once wrote a letter to his sister, my Mom, Mary helen before she married my Dad, Don. Uncle Jim was aboard and not able to attend the wedding. I suppose it was his way of approval being the eldest brother and all. It was straight forward, caring and loving in his little way. I was hoping to attach it as it pretty much sums up how Uncle Jim showed loved. He will always be remember quite simply as Uncle Jim who will be missed. Love you Uncle Jim. Rest in peace

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  5. Dear Pat,
    We just heard today during the televised Cabrini Mass, that Jim had passed. We send you our love and prayers. He was always so “put together” and carried himself as a true gentleman! We hope you receive comfort from our God, especially during this trying time for our world. We hope to see you back at Cabrini in the future…
    Lovingly,
    Rick and Gabrielle Handley

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