I am so sorry to hear about Bud’s death. My dad, Joseph Stromeyer, worked for J &A Keller for many years. He always felt everyone was part of the family. My dad had early onset Alzheimer’s. Even though he could no longer do the fine work, Bud kept my dad as an employee, paying him his regular wages for sweeping floors and cleaning the tool crib. That allowed our family to continue to survive, even as we watched my dad fall further into the abyss that is dementia. When I was named a Quality Student at NTHS, Bud joined the organization and was seated at my family’s table. He continued to reach out to my mom, who is 98 and in a nursing home, for many years.
I will pray for the Keller family and will always hold Bud in the highest regard.
Dolores and I will keep Bud and all of his family in our thoughts and prayers. He was a sincere person and a wonderful boss. Sincerely, Bill Ryan
A really great man who i will always remember with great respect. I was very lucky to know him during my many years at keller technology. Will be greatly missed but never forgotten
My condolence to the Keller family. When my father Norm Thiel passed away after having been
retired for many years, Mr. Keller and his sons took time out of there busy schedule to
visit the funeral home to pay respects to my dad. That meant a great deal to our family.
That is the kind of man he was. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. May he rest in peace.
My sincere condolences for the loss. Bud was not only a great human but a pillor of business. Just a pleasure to know him.
Dear Keller family my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.