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March 22, 1957 ~ September 10, 2023 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Martha Louise Keul, 66 went to be with our Lord on September 10, 2023. Martha was born on March 22, 1957 to Paul Gerhardt Keul and Alice Mae Keul in Denver, Colorado. Martha is survived by her husband Dave, life sister Anne, nieces Stephanie and Beth, two grand-nieces and three grand-nephews. Martha was preceded in death by her father Paul, mother Alice and sister Sharon.
Martha studied electronics at Denver Institute of Technology where she began a long career in electronics. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at DeVry University and her Masters degree at Arizona State University. Martha followed her parents into the teaching field and taught electronics at Denver Institute of Technology, ITT Tech and DeVry University. She eventually became Dean of Electronics at DeVry Phoenix and then DeVry Denver.
She was certified as an Equine Gestalt Coach at Touched By A Horse. Martha was a very kind person who loved to help people. She made a difference in many lives.Martha had a love for horses since she was very young.The bond she shared with these magnificent creatures was a reflection of her gentle and nurturing nature. She found joy and peace in the saddle, often describing it as a spiritual experience that connected her to something greater than herself.
Martha was not only a friend but a beacon of faith and love. Her unwavering devotion to her religious beliefs was an inspiration to us all. She found solace in her faith and shared its teachings with a gentle and loving spirit that warmed the hearts of everyone around her. In times of darkness, she brought light and hope to those fortunate enough to know her.
Martha may have ridden her final earthly journey, but we believe she now soars among the stars, free from pain and suffering. Let us remember her for the beautiful soul she was, her unwavering faith, her love for her friends, especially her family, her horses, and the way she touched our lives with her kindness.
A celebration of life for Martha will be held on Saturday October 21st from 3 - 5 PM at White Harvest Farms, 8181 E 136th Ave, Brighton, CO 80602. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
email@example.comA second celebration of life will be held in Arizona after the New Year.