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Jeffrey Daniel Kelldorf
October 28, 1963 - January 3, 2005



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CONNIE HURSTChris, Denise, Sam & Alex Taylor
Allen KoonceHub and Natalia Randel
To Jeff's immediate and extended family: Kathy and

 

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By: CONNIE HURST Oct 4, 2005
MARY,

I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT JEFF. I SEEN YOU AT CHURCH LAST WEEK AND WAS TELLING A FRIEND OF MINE THAT WORKS WITH YOU THAT I SAW YOU AND I WAS TOLD OF JEFFS DEATH. I DO NOT EVEN HAVE A CLUE TO HOW YOU MUST FEEL, BUT, I HOPE IT IS A LITTLE COMFORT TO KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE LOVED HIM. HE WAS A GREAT PERSON, HUSBAND, FATHER AND GRANDFATHER. GOD MUST OF NEEDED AN EXCEPTIONAL ANGLE AT THE TIME. HE WILL ALWAYS BE THERE TO WATCH OVER YOU AND PROTECT HIS FAMILY AS HE HAS DONE FOR SO LONG. IF YOU EVER NEED ANYTHING PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL. BIVE BRITTANY AND WESLY A HUG FOR ME. TAKE CARE AND REMEMBER EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU.

CONNIE HURST
By: Chris Taylor Jan 12, 2005
Some of the best memories of my childhood were spent with my big cousin, Jeff. I always loved when his Dad, my Uncle Henry, would take both of us to work with him. One of my favorite memories is of the time Jeff and I hopped a freight train and his Mom, my Aunt Hazel, had to pick us up in Huntsville. We were probably 9 & 11 at the time, had no money in our pockets, and had no agenda other than to have fun and make life adventurous. I remember Jeff teaching me how to ride a motorcycle and karate dance to "Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting". We definitely held true to the phrase "BOYS WILL BE BOYS".



Unfortunately, as we got older we didn't keep in close contact, but after listening to stories of Jeff as an adult, neither of us changed -- fun and adventure have always been a big part of our lives. And in honor of Jeff, I will continue to make them a part of my life.
By: Allen Koonce Jan 7, 2005
Words cannot express the depth of the loss that so many people have for you. You touched many lives. I will miss making that wake up call to you in the morning when you were going down south and I was going to work. I will sorely miss your support as a best friend, work partner and confidante. I will think of you often when that computer frustrates me. You were only a phone call away. We worked together for 21 yearswhich started at Moran then went to KCS and now at Copano Pipeline. We have come a long way together as we started mowing grass and cleaning lots for Mr. Moran. We cleaned up practically all of Willis in those days. Then we met Fred through Moran. Fred shared his skills on measuring gas. He taught us what now is our career. The rest is history. Moran was bought by KCS and Kcs sold to what is now Copano Pipeline. It is where we are today. Our years together brought Jeff to Regional Manager for the Upper Gulf Coast and his most current position as Manager of Measurement for all of Copano Pipeline. Jeff, your work ethic is untouchable. You were my mentor. You always had faith in my abilities to succeed. I thank you for being there for me. Jeff, you will be sorely missed by all of your work partners for whom you have shared good times and bad. Our hearts are heavy because we share with your family the loss of a truly great man. My friend, you will be thought of often. Now you can finally rest. Your friend always, Allen
By: Kathy DeYoung Jan 6, 2005
I feel very blessed to have been able to work with and learn from Jeff in the many years we worked together. He was fun, kind and always patient and helpful. He will be sorely missed.
By: Hub Randel Jan 6, 2005
I know there is rejoicing in Heaven today..Jeff was much too young to go, but his passing will continue the legacy that is the soul and heart of the Kelldorf family. God bless you all, and know your friends from far away keep you all close in our hearts.
By: Terri Taylor Jan 6, 2005
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I did not have the pleasure of being around Jeff very often, but I remember him has a true Kelldorf... naturally kind-hearted and always willing to help anyone who needed it.

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