Dallas Keller, agent for the Oakland and Pontiac automobiles in Salem, is among Columbiana County's reliable
and excellent business men. He was born in Centre Township, Columbiana County, Aug. 5, 1882, the son of Christian
and Louise (Peppel) Keller.
Christian Keller, an early settler of Centre Township, ranks among the progressive farmers of that section. His
wife is deceased.
Dallas Keller attended the schools of Centre Township and until 1917 engaged in general farming, and was the owner
of two fine farms in Center and Salem Townships. In 1917 he established his present business in Salem which has
had a steady and substantial growth. Mr. Keller is the owner of his place of business, which is a modern and up-to-date
garage and sales room.
Mr. Keller was married Feb. 19, 1903, to Miss Charity Hoke, the daughter of Jonas and Margaret Hoke, of Salem Township,
Columbiana County. They have two sons, Donald and Richard.
Mr. Keller is a Republican, a member of the Methodist-Episcopal Church and is affiliated with the Knights of Pythias,
Kiwanis Club and Chamber of Commerce. He is identified with the Salem Automobile Club.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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