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Allen Ray Keller

September 21, 1972 ~ June 6, 2022 (age 49)


Allen Ray Keller of New Haven passed away Monday June 6th , 2022. To know Allen would be to know how to live life a quarter mile at a time. His biggest passions in life were his car, drag racing, motorcycles, along with his family and friends. Allen had a way about him that could just make anyone like him. Allen was most definitely a jack of all trades. He dabbled in a little bit of everything and was always somehow good at it all. He was always more than willing to share his knowledge with others. Allen spent most of his life in the automotive world. He worked as a service writer for most of his career, he has spent the last seven years at Chips Auto Repair Center. He was a friendly face to all the customers who trust Chip’s for their auto care needs. Allen’s greatest gift in life was his grandchildren, to which he loved with all his heart. He was so proud to be a papaw. He is survived by his wife Sherie Keller, their two daughters, Kalie (Lance) Selking, and Taylor Keller (Cody Hamblin), his three grandchildren, Avery Selking, August Selking, and soon to be grandson Sonny Ray Hamblin. His two siblings, Suzy (Craig) Darling, Steven (Melissa) Keller, and his niece and nephew, Jocelyn, and Wyatt Keller. Celebration of life is going to be held at Midwest Funeral Home 1415 W. Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46808. Service is at 2 p.m. with visitation two hours prior on Sunday, June 12, 2022. There will be a potluck after at the New Haven Fire Station. 910 Hartzell Rd. New Haven, IN 46774. Please use the two side doors closest to Lincoln Hwy to enter. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home Cremation Society.

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