Frank Keeler Obituary, Death – We are writing to convey our most sincere condolences to you and to inform you of the passing of Mr. Frank Keeler, who was a teacher in the Social Studies department at LUHS. Mr. Keeler taught at Lakeland Union High School for many years. On November 19, which was a Saturday, Mr. Keeler passed away after a long battle with cancer. You have no idea how much of an impact you’ve had on my life or how much you’ve inspired me to be the very best version of myself. You have no idea how much encouragement you’ve given me to be the very best version of myself. I really wish you could see how much of a change you’ve brought about with your actions.

You have played a significant role in shaping who I am today. If it were not for you, I would not be the person that I am today. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being such an amazing teacher. Please accept my gratitude for all that you do. Because you taught me so much, I am not sure how I could ever express my gratitude to you in a manner that would do it justice. You have shown me a completely different side of the world. You shifted my perspective in such a way that I started caring more about the world around me and stopped focusing so intently on the concerns of day-to-day life that were ultimately meaningless to me.

I can only hope that I can develop into a man who is even a small fraction as good as you are when I get older. I want you to know how much I appreciate the fact that you are a source of motivation for a great number of people, including myself. Around the year 2010, I had the privilege of serving as your student teacher, and it was an incredible experience. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked with you. During the time that I spent in your classroom, you taught me a lot of valuable lessons, and even now, more than a decade later, I still use many of those same lessons in my own classroom.

You taught me a lot of valuable lessons during the time that I spent in your classroom. During the time that I was in your classroom, you provided me with a great deal of insightful knowledge and instruction. You have a lot of my gratitude because you taught me how to motivate my students to be the very best versions of themselves that they are capable of being. I want them to be as good as they possibly can be. I don’t want this to come off as a farewell; rather, it’s just a distant recollection of the good times we’ve had together and an expression of my gratitude for the opportunities you’ve given me. I hope you’ll understand. I have faith that you will comprehend. Position the clock to this time and then reverse its direction.