From:                              Frank Gorman

Sent:                               Friday, April 20, 2012 7:25 PM

                                

Subject:                          Remembering Ted Keller

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REMEMBERING

 

 

 

 

 

  TED KELLER

 

 

 

1/13/1925 - 4/18/2012

 


 

 

From Meg Keller Marvin 

 

Thank you to all of you who left a post. Especially the wonderful things you said about my Dad. I'm so

 

glad so many people knew how special he was. I'm touched at the responses. My family and I thank you.



We may do a little something in May during the honoree and Diving Grand Prix weekend. I think we will

 

also scatter his ashes off Fort Lauderdale Beach in front of ISHOF so he can always keep watch over ISHOF

 

and be in his other favorite place,  the ocean. 

Will keep you posted. Thanks again friends and family, Love, Meg and family.

 

 

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From Peter Xiques   gungadin58@aol.com

 

 

Ted Keller was a wonderful human being; kind, considerate, and caring of his fellow man.  He was a hell of a coach whose

 

 workout sessions were always a blast because he was incredibly supportive to the divers he coached.  He created

 

 beautiful award certificates for service performed for the Hall of Fame and had an artistic style that was

 

 beautiful and unique, very much like Ted Keller himself.  I am so thankful to God that I knew him.  I shall miss him.

 

 

Peter Xiques

 

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From Joel O'Connell   phantomjoel2002@yahoo.com

 

Ted Keller was a great man and one heck of an artist.  I believe he did all the diving and swimming characters painted on

 

 the walls at the ISHOF.

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I was a young diver in Ft. Lauderdale and would run into him all the time at the old Casino Pool and he would dive too and

 

 was very kind to all us young whipper snappers

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Time slips by but sweet memories stay with us forever

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If there is a guest book for us to remember him in, please pass on the information.

 

Regards, Joel

 

 

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Note: You can read all of the comments from friends of Ted by visiting Meg Keller Marvin at her FACEBOOK

 

 page.    Click on:

 

 

http://www.facebook.com/meg.kellermarvin

 



Attached Photos:

Buck DawsonTed Keller Bob Duenkel
Ted Keller & Kel 1999 Bahia Honda