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Alan Marshall Keeler


Alan Marshall Keeler, born in Blackpool, England on April 9, 1968 to Sandra K Lovasco (Carlo), passed away surrounded by his loving family and friends in Clearwater, Florida on September 6, 2021.

Alan graduated from Jeffersontown High School in Louisville, Kentucky, class of 1986. After high school, Alan served in the United States Army from 1986 until his medical discharge in 1994.  Alan loved serving his country and loved talking about his time in the Army and was a proud member of the American Legion, Madeira Beach, Florida (Post 273). Alan worked at Domino’s Pizza in Pinellas County, Florida for over 25 years.

Alan is preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Edwin (Sr) and Helen Keeler, Aunts Elizabeth Kammerer and Ann Whalley, Uncle Edwin Keeler (Jr), brother Anthony Keeler,  cousin Monique Gould, and best friend Skip Willis (Liz)

He is survived by his loving mother & father Sandra and Carlo Lovasco (Jr.) of Clearwater, FL, Aunt Helen Mongillo of Pasco County, FL, Sister Annette Scott (Drew) of Louisville, KY, Brother Richard Keeler (Jessica) of Oldsmar, FL, Bonus sister’s Lori (Matthew) of Baltimore, MD and Andrea Upshaw (John) of Louisville, KY and Bonus Brother’s Robert Shields (Dona) of Melbourne, FL and Scott Lovasco of Danvers, MA. Bonus daughter Michelle Bosen of Seminole, FL, Bonus Son William “Billy” Davis of Bradenton, FL, Nephews Jason Keeler, Christian Keeler, Robert Spears (Alisha), Zachary Scott, Tyler Keeler, Nieces Tess Hybert (Saundra), Shelby Scott, Taylor Keeler, and Jamie Riddle. Grandchildren Hayden, Leah, Jaxon, Sage, Leighton, Maci, Liam, Graci, William, one on the way and his Domino’s work family (The Rand’s Family, Jerry, Bob, Liz, and Tracy).

Alan loved watching his Tampa Bay Rays, Buccaneers, and Lightning teams. If he couldn’t go to the game, he would go to one of his favorite spots to watch every chance he got. His family and friends at Steve’s Tavern and Mickey Quinn’s will also miss him dearly.

A full military service will be held at Bay Pines National Cemetery on Bay Pines Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL on September 23, 2021 at 2:30pm.

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