|Birth: ||Dec. 26, 1876|
|Death: ||Sep. 17, 1937|
The Oakland Tribune
Sunday, September 19, 1937
OAKLAND SUICIDE IS LAID TO ILLNESS
Despondency over a (?) ailment was given (?) as the reason for the suicide Friday of Dr. Edward E. Keeler, 60, an osteopath with offices at (?) Broadway.
Dr. Keeler (illegible) the bullet into his brain from a small-caliber rifle.
Mrs. E. A. Bruner, of 1254 (?) Road, found the body. She reported it to police, she said, after she noticed the doctor sitting in the same position he had been at 10 a.m.
He left no note, but his widow, Mrs. Nellie Keeler, told police her husband had been despondent.
Born in Leon, Iowa, in 1876, Dr. Keeler attended medical college there before moving to California. He was a member of Aahmes Temple of the Shrine, members of which are arranging his funeral today.
Besides his widow, Dr. Keeler is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Deannis, of Oakland.
"The Leon Journal Reporter"
September 30, 1937, page 1.
"Former Leon Resident Dies in California"
Dr. Ned Keeler, brother of Mrs. Ed Albaugh of near Leon, passed away in Oakland, Calif. on September 17, 1937. Dr. Keeler had practiced osteopathy in Oakland for twenty (sic) years. He is also a brother of B. W. Keeler of near Weldon.
He lived in Salt Lake City, Utah from at least 1910-1920.
Transcription of WWI Draft card dated Sept. 12, 1918
Serial Number 2457 Order Number 2094
Edward E. Keeler
1046 E 2nd South Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
Age in years 41 December 26, 1876
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Closest Relative Mrs. Nellie E. Keeler wife
1046 E. 2nd South Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
Edward E. Keeler, DO
Dr. Edward Eben Keeler, DO, graduated from American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri in 1904.
John Wesley Keeler (1839 - 1914)
Rebecca Lucretia Ewing Keeler (1846 - 1902)
Elvera Virginia Fifer Keeler (1870 - 1914)
Created by: Burt
Record added: Dec 27, 2010
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