Guy Olsen Keeter
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Guy Olsen Keeter
He was born March 26, 1934, in Throckmorton, Texas, to John J. and Leo (Allen) Keeter. Guy was the youngest of eight children, and graduated from Throckmorton High School before attending Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. While at Hardin Simmons, Guy met Jo Anne Yarbrough. Following graduation in 1955, they married and moved to Dallas, for Guy to attend Baylor College of Dentistry. Guy practiced dentistry for 46 years and truly loved his patients and staff. He was very active in the Dallas County Dental Society, holding many positions and served as president in 1974.
In 1970, the Keeters moved to Rockwall. Guy served as a Deacon and a Sunday School teacher at First Baptist Church Rockwall. Most recently, he has been an active member at Lakepointe Church.
Dr. Keeter was preceded in death by his parents and siblings.
Guy is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Jo Anne Keeter; children, Paula Salter and husband Brad, Kyle Keeter and wife Carolyn, Neil Keeter and wife Denise, and Todd Keeter and wife Mia; grandchildren, Rebecca Salter, Cullen Keeter, Audrey and Kevin Prater, David Keeter, Leah and Kevin Langford, John Keeter, Stephen Salter, Braden Keeter, Catherine Keeter, Zachary Keeter, Mattie Keeter and Demitri Keeter; and great-granddaughter, Lydia Prater.
Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, at The Bridge at Lakepointe Church, 701 I-30, Rockwall, TX 75087, with Pastor Steve Stroop officiating. A reception and visitation will follow the memorial service.
As an alternative to flowers, contributions in Guy's name may be made to the Hardin-Simmons University Scholarship Fund, PO Box 16100, Abilene, TX 79698, or online at www.hsutx.edu. Contributions may also be made to the Lakepointe Church Annual Missions Offering at www.lakepointe.org.
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