Greg Keebler, 53, a correctional officer who was happiest riding his motorcycle, died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012, after suffering a massive heart attack in the backyard of his home in Lockwood.
He was born July 21, 1959, in Billings to Jean and Kathryn Keebler. He attended schools in Edgar, Roberts and Bridger and graduated from high school in Fromberg. After graduation, he enlisted in the Army, serving from April 1978 to April 1982 when he separated as a Specialist 4.
He had worked on farms in the Clarks Fork Valley, owned his own trucking company and also worked for trucking firms. His last employment was as a correctional officer at the Montana Women’s Prison.
Survivors include children, Second Lieutenant (U.S. Army Reserve) Eric Emter, Jamie Mayberry and Dustin Dozhier; two grandchildren; his mother; and siblings, Shirley, Howard, Steve and JaLayne.
Visitation was Nov. 26 and services were Nov. 28, both at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary. Burial was in the Rockvale Cemetery immediately following the service, next to his father Jean Keebler.