Ann Keller

November 30, -0001 - June 12, 2012

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Ann (nee Collins) Keller was a strong and courageous woman that lost her fight to cancer and went to be with the Lord on June 12, 2012. She was 69 years old. Ann was born on Sept. 18, 1942 to the late Philip and Laura Elizabeth (nee Kienzle) Collins. She was raised in Clifton, graduated from Ursuline Academy and the University of Cincinnati where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Ann was a proud agent and Vice President of the #1 Real Estate Company in Cincinnati Sibcy Cline, where she was VIP sales agent for the past 12 years. Ann’s favorite vacation spot since she was a child was Myrtle Beach SC, which she shared with her children and grandchildren. Survivors include her oldest son Michael Keller and his daughter Abby Keller; youngest son: Craig (Kate) Keller and their children Allie and Charlie Keller and her loving daughter Karen (Jon) Hughes with her children Kayley, Caroline and Jon Hughes; a dear sister Mary Collins and a brother Phil Collins. Ann was preceded in death by her parents Phil and Beth Collins, brother Joseph Collins and granddaughter Annie Keller (twin daughter of Craig Keller.) Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, June 15, 2012 at 10:30 AM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 2853 Erie Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45208. Visitation will be held on Thursday from 5 to 7 PM at Hodapp Funeral Home College Hill, 6041 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati, 45224. Memorials may be made to Ursuline Academy by mailing your donation to 5535 Pfeiffer Road. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242 or bringing it to the visitation and giving it to a funeral home staff member.


Scott & Jackie (Walsh) Davis - Jun 15, 2012

Dear Michael, Craig and Karen,
We were so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a wonderful lady whom I always will have wonderful memories of growing up. Remember the White Castles, the pool in Clifton and Hello Dollys – make me smile. God Bless You all, Scott, Jackie (Walsh) Davis, Dana and Rachel

Lori O'Brien - Jun 15, 2012

Ann, you were a gracious woman and will be missed by all. Rest in peace.