Reba May Keller, 76, Lawson, Mo., passed away June 6, 2020 at Liberty Hospital.
Reba was born June 12, 1943 to John and Gladys Jones in Columbus, Miss. Reba loved her
children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and furbabies. She also enjoyed gardening. She will be
remembered for her loving heart and sense of humor.
She was preceded in death by her parents and seven siblings.
She is survived by her three daughters, Denise (John) Stonum, Kris Keller, and Pamela Berry; five
grandchildren, Garrett Stonum, Sierra Hogue, Kaitlin Jean, Jessica Jean, and David Jean; four great
grandchildren, Spencer Romang, Nora King, Kenlei Stonum, and Kelce Stonum.
Per her request no services will be held.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home Lawson Chapel.
Our Sincere Condolences
My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you go through this loss. A beautiful lady, a beautiful friend since high school.
My deepest condolences to Reba’s family and friends.
Back in the 50s Reba and I attended the same high school. That was the beginning of a life-long friendship.
I treasure all the memories of the good times we had together. We shopped together, we shared meals together, weather we ate pizza from Caseys at her place or went to places like the Fork n Spoon, the buffet at Metro North, ate Chinese or did lunch at a fast food place. No matter what we did or where we went – we always had fun.
Reba was part of a special group of kids that went to high school together. Our truly special group formed deep friendships that have stood the test of time because we have remained friends to this day.
Up until a few years ago, our group got together yearly. One member of our group traveled to KC from Oregon and another from St. Louis. Sadly, not many people in today’s world even knows what happened to their high school friends let alone stay in connected with them. We are a part of a special group who has been blessed with life-long friendships. I along with the other members of this special group will miss our dear friend, Reba Keller, deeply. I wish the entire world could form the same kind of life-long relationships like we have.
Reba has gone to be with our heavenly father and when he calls me home, she and other members of our special group will be together again.