We are saddened to announce the passing of Terrence Keller, renowned Alberta artist, Formalist, and abstract painter. Terrence was known to be a thoughtful, sensitive, and kind man with a probing mind. He loved family, people, and had many different circles of friends.
Terrence’s medical condition, polio, was a challenge he met with courage and perseverance for the greater part of his life.
Terrence was fortunate to have married the love of his life, Pat, an Art teacher who shared and appreciated his keen aesthetic sense. Together they often travelled to various parts of the world, enjoying the different cultures, visiting artist friends, and major art galleries. Terry’s interests included reading, jazz, gardening, Toastmasters, fishing, gourmet cooking and the aesthetic design of everything around him.
He had a faith in God and love of life that coloured every aspect of living well.
Terrence was predeceased by his mother, May (Elsie) Keller, and his father, John Keller.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Patricia–semicolon– his sister, Maureen Phare (Wayne)–semicolon– and their children, Graham (Nicholas, Matthew, Kathleen and Roslyn) and Laura (Christopher) (Carolyn, Eric).