On a beautiful day in December 2013, Robert Keller\u2019s remains were interred in a columbarium at Arlington National Cemetery. \r\nThe service of full military honors included a military band, a caisson pulled by six white horses carrying his urn, chaplain\u2019s homily, presentation of the flag and gun volley. \r\nBob, who lived in Minnehaha Springs for 40 years, passed away in February 2012. \r\nBob\u2019s service was attended by his family including his wife, Pat, daughters, Katie, and her husband, Eric, and grandson, Jackson, daughter, Krissy, her husband, Justin, and grandchildren, Logan and Grace. Also attending were his sisters and their husbands: Barbara and Rob Frische and Judi and Ken Blanton. \r\nTwo former soldiers who served about the same time as Bob with the 101st Calvary were present to honor their \u201cbrother\u201d as was an \u201cArlington Lady\u201d to offer personal sympathy and that from the director of the Cemetery.\r\nKnowing how patriotic her father was, Krissy later wrote that her dad was not much for crowds, but she could say with absolute certainty that he would be proud to be there with 400,000 fellow soldiers. \r\nBob served in Vietnam as a 1st Lieutenant; among his medals was the Bronze Star. \r\nArlington National Cemetery is available to any former soldier with an honorable discharge and who did not commit a federal crime. \r\nThere is no charge. \r\nThe Cemetery staff takes care of everything with courtesy and sympathy. \r\nArrangements were thoughtfully made by Kimble Funeral Home.