Keltz, Karen Louise

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September 23, 1957 - October 8, 2017

Keltz, Karen Louise

Karen Louise Keltz of Dallas, Texas passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at the age of 60.

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Brice Hitchcock

November 08, 2017 10:08AM

I knew Karen in high school and in the last couple of years we were reintroduced via Facebook. She was a year ahead of me and back then I remember her heart was good, very social and a very good student. Ashland, Oregon was very proud to have Karen as part of the student body. She went on to study at Norte Dame and also served in the Navy. Fast forward to 2015 she and I had many humorous interchanges about family, politics, being veterans, old Ashlanders and she was quite savvy about her sports. She talked of her son Zach very often, she was so proud to be his mum. I am sorry to hear of her passing and I trust she is happy with the full life she led here on earth. My condolences to Zach, family and friends.


Rebecca

November 02, 2017 10:13AM

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Karen at McCauley, MacDonald, Devin and Huddleston. I was a legal secretary at the time and had the opportunity to do some work for her. I also got to know her on a personal level when we went out for drinks a time or two. She was tough.. had spunk.. was a very good lawyer. She also had a caring, good heart and was a great mother. I remember her bringing her son to work with her on many occasions. She was always helping her son with his school work while she would work.


Jody Johnson

October 23, 2017 8:16PM

I knew Karen professionally. She was a very good lawyer and I enjoyed working with her. I'm so sorry to hear she is no longer with us.


Anne Shuttee

October 20, 2017 7:24PM

I am so sorry to hear of Karen's untimely death. She and I crossed paths both professionally (I am attorney-mediator and mediated one of her family cases) and personally. She and I lived near one another and we both enjoyed walking at White Rock Lake, and occasionally we walked along the lake together. We were both baseball fans and we attended a Rangers game together in 2016. I enjoyed visiting with Karen, and she often spoke of how proud she was of her son, Zachary. She told me of his many accomplishments and it was wonderful to hear of her deep love for him. Karen was a valued member of the Dallas legal community and of our east Dallas neighborhood, and she will be missed. My deepest condolences to her son and to her family and friends.


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