In Loving Memory of Kimberly (Kimmy) Marie Keller, a Remarkable Soul with an Eternal Passion for Art, Culinary Delights, and Family Bonds.
Kimmy- a beloved daughter, sister, wife, and mother, who left us far too soon at the age of 51. Her journey through life was one filled with an unwavering devotion to her passions and an unquenchable love for her family.
She was born in Stoughton, Massachusetts on October 11, 1971 to Janet and Joseph Meyer. She is survived by her loving husband of almost 25 years, Sean Keller; son, Wesley; step-son Aaron; parents, Joe and Janet Meyer; sisters, Jennifer Denehy and Kristen Meyer Traini; nephew, Adam; and nieces, Ella and Mary Kate; along with several aunts, uncles and cousins. She will be greeted in Heaven by her paternal grandparents, William Hummel and Maxine Warner Meyer; and maternal grandparents, John and Helena Gay.
Kimmy was a 1989 graduate of Beech High School. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee Knoxville in 1994.
Born with an innate talent, Kimmy found solace and expression in the world of art. Her canvases became windows to her soul, reflecting her unique perspective and vibrant imagination. Her brushstrokes captured not only the beauty around her, but the emotions and stories that words could not convey. Through her art, she touched the hearts of all who had the privilege to witness her creations including her Bluebird Art Studio.
Yet, amidst her artistic pursuits, Kimmy’s greatest masterpiece was her family. A dedicated wife and mother, she infused her home with warmth, laughter, and an unbreakable sense of unity. Her children were her pride and joy, and her devotion to her family was a beacon that guided them through life's challenges.
As we bid farewell to Kimmy, we remember her infectious laughter, her genuine kindness, and her unwavering love of cheese. Though she has left this world physically, her spirit lives on through the canvases she painted and the memories she etched in our hearts. Let us honor her legacy by cherishing our loved ones, pursuing our passions, and creating beauty in the world, just as she did.
Visitation will be from 2p-4pm on Sunday, August 20th at The Hendersonville Senior Center, 197 Imperial Blvd, Hendersonville, TN 37075
May her soul find eternal rest, and may her memory inspire us all to live with the same fervor and love that she did.To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Kimberly Keller, please visit our flower store.