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In Loving Memory

Koller, Kenneth R.

Kenneth R. Koller  Tuesday, October 17, 2023.  Beloved husband of Carol G. Koller (nee: Kelling) for 58 years; dearest father of Sherry (Shannon Flynn) Koller, Laura Kloeppel and Craig (Kelly) Koller; loving grandfather “papa” of Christopher (Kaylie), Morgan (Daphne), Kirsten, Corey (Riley), Cody, Sawyer and Carson, dear brother of Mary (Mark) Cope, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend.

Ken graduated from St. Louis University in 1963 with a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering, went on to work for United States Army Corps of Engineers for 43 years.  Devoted to Assumption parish and family.

Services:  Memorial Mass at Assumption-Mattese Catholic Church 4725 Mattis Road St. Louis, MO 63128, Saturday, November 11, 2023, 12pm.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society | Blood Cancer Leaders | LLS or Siteman Cancer Center (wustl.edu), appreciated.  Arrangements by Kutis South County Chapel.


7 thoughts on “Koller, Kenneth R.”

  1. Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your dear husband, father and grandfather. Ken was a good friend over the years to Bob and me. We always enjoyed getting together with Carol and Ken. He will be missed. I’m sure he’s resting in the Lord’s arms.

  2. Dear Carol and family
    Alberto and I (Cathy) want to extend our sincere condolences. I enjoyed talking with Ken when dropping and picking up Alberto from dialysis. We will keep you in our prayers at this difficult time. God bless you and your family.

  3. So sorry to hear of Kens passing. I remember him well from Good Old PH. We used to Bike ride all over the neighborhood with other friends. He grew up living close to my husband who was 5 years older than us. But they played baseball together on an open lot. I reconnected with Ken when he was an assistant at Mass at Delmar Gardens South and I was a guardian of an individual who lived there. RIP Ken!

  4. My sincere condolences to the family. I worked with Ken at the Corps of Engineers towards the end of his career, and it was a pleasure working with him on a day-to-day basis. He will surely be missed!

  5. Dear Carol and family: Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband and father.
    Ken was the epitome of a gentleman!
    His kind demeanor and sincerity will be missed by all who knew him.

  6. Ken and the Kollers were fun and a great family. Ken was a devoted dad and jazz music fan. You could hear Ken playing dave brubeck on his stereo while working around the yard and porch in the Summer. Ken always offering a helping hand in Surrey hills. Rip ken.


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