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The Best Damn Band In The Land - The Ohio State University Marching Band Alumni

David LaMar Keiser

June 10, 1942 - June 2, 2012

Dr. D. LaMar Keiser, 69 of Danville died Saturday, June 2, 2012. Born June 10, 1942, he was the son of the late Ernest Bradford and Dora Elizabeth Eades Keiser. He attended The Ohio State University for both undergraduate and dental school, playing for 7 years in The Ohio State Marching Band. LaMar practiced general dentistry in Danville from 1969-1990 and at Red Bird Mission in Clay County from 1990-2011. He was a member of the original Advocate Messenger Brass Band in Danville and was a charter member of the Kentucky Bass Club. He is a member of Centenary United Methodist Church. LaMar was an avid sportsman who loved hunting, fishing, guiding his dogs and being outdoors.

He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Virginia; 1 daughter, Deborah; 1 son, Gordy, his wife Kirstin and their son Henry; and adopted nephew, Lucian.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held Wednesday at 11 am at Centenary United Methodist Christian Life Center, (1441 Perryville Rd, Danville, Kentucky 40437) by Dr. Quentin Scholtz and Rev. Walter Brown Sizemore.

Honorary pallbearers are Bob Floro, Roger Gamertsfelder, Jerry Kelble, Jerry Plunkett, John Robinette, Tom Skinner, Jim Duncan, Mike Floro, Mitchell Frisby, Mark Newton, John Tumey, Clay Warren, and members of the Kentucky Bass Club, past and present.

Memorial Contributions are suggested to Wilderness Trace Child Development Center in Danville.

LaMa was a member of the marching band from 1960 through 1966. He played trumpet.