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Dylan Tyler Keller

Apr 30, 1998 - Mar 27, 2024


Saturday, April 6, 2024
2:00 pm
Friends are invited to come and celebrate Dylan’s life at the Royal Canadian Legion – Branch 212 – Sylvan Lake on Saturday, April 6, 2024, from 2 – 4 pm.


Dylan Tyler Keller (Keller to those close to him) was born on April 30th, 1998, in Wetaskiwin, Alberta to Kirk Wayne Keller and Carol Cristine Cire (2013). He was raised on a sheep farm outside a small town West of Wetaskiwin called Winfield, but he spent the majority of his life and met a lot of the people he would come to call family in Sylvan Lake. Dylan could never sit still and found himself a part of lots of sports teams in both Winfield and Sylvan Lake. He was a natural athlete and excelled at anything he put his mind to including hockey, soccer, snowboarding and wakeboarding, but his true love for sports wasn’t found until Dylan followed in the footsteps of his older brother Kolby and started playing football for the Sylvan Lake Bears. He loved football, quickly becoming a star for the Bears, Lions, and Lakers. It was there that Dylan could really let loose and show the ferociousness he wanted the world to see. But anyone who knew Dylan knew he was far from ferocious; he had too big of a heart and was a big teddy bear.

Dylan leaves behind too many people to mention, as everywhere he went, he would find new friends that would soon become his family. He was always one to help others in need, and whenever he loved someone, he would love them with every fabric of his being. Dylan was fearless and loved to go on adventures with all the people around him, and was an avid hunter, fisher, and camper who became the centre of many humorous stories. He was a harder worker than anyone he knew and could outwork anyone (even when he was hungover). The life of the party, Dylan loved his PBR and jagerbombs. Full of charisma, Dylan was exuberant and lived life to the fullest every single day. As someone once said, “we all just wanna be a big rockstar” and Dylan was a rockstar in every room he walked into.

Friends are invited to come and celebrate Dylan’s life at the Royal Canadian Legion – Branch 212 – Sylvan Lake on Saturday, April 6, 2024, from 2 – 4 pm.

Condolences may be offered to the family below.


Phil and Betty Morris:

Our condolences to Kirk and his family at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Marilyn Scott Hammond:

Cannot imagine your family’s pain. So very sorry to hear this. Our sincere condolences to all of his family.


It's still shocking to hear this sad news, while we were never close in school, Dylan always was kind to everyone. And I enjoyed interacting with him when I was presented the chance to. Fly high Dylan this isn't goodbye but a see you later

Ty Schneider :

Thoughts and prayers to the family. Got to meet Dylan once in the Bentley monkey top. Really wish I coulda got to know him better. From the first time I met him Dylan had a big heart and sure had a sense of humour. Rest easy man gone way too soon.

Mother and Father to some of your Best Friends:

My wife and I are going to have a big cry for you soon, Buddy. It'll be a good cry. We said we would on our own time, when the dust settles and its time to remember you. Its a celebration of your life, "cry". A cry where we wish we had a little more time with you, just one more visit, where we would love to see you that one more time, laugh with you, have a jagger with you. Tell you we are proud of you, a strong, confident man you grew into.

You were such a great friend to so many. A brother to so many..... M and C.

They will miss you most.

Our Sons and Daughters will always remember you. Sleeveless shirts, cut off shorts and cowboy boots. Have one for us up there. You were and always will be a great inspiration of hard work, a lover of life and a person to take adversity arm in arm and pour her a drink. You did a lot of that on your own, but with a family of great friends beside you.

They will miss you most.

Yee Yee, Keller.

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