Sarah Wanda Keller • June 11, 2021

Sarah was born in Atmore, Alabama on June 22, 1958. At 62 years young, heaven gained the most beautiful soul. She was the fifth child born to Minnie Olivia and William Cole Keller. Sarah had three older brothers: Billie E. Keller, Larry E. Keller, Kenneth R. Keller, and one older sister: Olivia Dianne Swann.

Sarah is preceded in death by her mother, father and her brothers Larry and Kenny.

Sarah is survived by her oldest brother Billie E. Keller and his wife Maureen, her sister Dianne Swann, her five nieces Michelle Greenwood and husband Tracy, Deborah Wilson and husband Mike, Kyna Kennedy and husband Dave, Kimberly Manning and Kelli Burton, her great nephews Scott, Keith, Garrett, Bryan, Tristan, Ethan, Chase, Kalob, Colby, Kameron, Cael, Ashton and Easton and great nieces Morgan and Olivia and great great nephews Wyatt, Jaxon, and Judson and great great niece Mia.

Sarah grew up in Pensacola, FL., becoming the first graduating class of Pine Forest High School. She later moved to Atlanta, GA and began her career at Emory University at the Chemistry Department as the materials management supervisor. Many years later Sarah retired from Emory University and moved back to Pensacola, Fl. to be close to her happy place “The Beach”.

Sarah was loved by all who knew her and by anyone who came into her presence.

A visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 beginning at 9:30AM, followed by a Celebration of Life service at 10:30AM.

The service will be available via live webcast for anyone that cannot attend. You may watch the webcast live and/or for 90 days after day of service by entering this website address into one of the compatible browsers (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on a Windows computer/phone or Safari on an Apple Mac/iPhone):

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