Blessed are the special needs. For theirs is the kingdom of God. On February 2,2022 Jeremy Floyd Keele put on his new healed body and went home to Jesus. Jeremy is the most loved son and brother his family could ask for. He is God’s miracle. Jeremy is survived by the most honorable parents any severe autistic person could ask for. Floyd and Marliss Keele. They sacrificed their entire life with nothing but love. Way before doctors knew what autism is. Survived by sister and brother Sundra Keele, Chad Keele and their families.
Jeremy wanted nothing more than to speak, to heal and to have no pain. He enjoyed humming, hugs, art, wearing sister’s reading glasses to see. His hats, He loved his head massaged while being washed. Being strong in the Lord, giving thanks. Jeremy loved being strong to the finish He loved being a veteran sailorman soldier, his sailorman desk to work at, sitting next to me to watch movies, communicating by sign language, listening to guitar music and going for rides. Jeremy had much love to give. Jesus, Thank you for Jeremy. To touch so many hearts, to teach humanity and integrity, to teach love. Happy Dance Jeremy. Your healed and riding with Jesus. Amen Hugs and loves brother. Thank you for your love.
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