Stuart Alan Kellar

keller, TX
December 1, 1963 - October 18, 2022


Stuart Alan Kellar, 58, went to be with the Lord on October, 18th, 2022 at 1:13 pm while surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his wife, Rachel Kellar, three daughters, Morgan Kellar, Ashton Zingas, Holly Kellar, son in-law, Savva Zingas, mother, Barbara Spoon, Father, Wayne Kellar, Three grandsons, Jay Kellar, Collin Zingas, Arthur Zingas, sister, Cheryl Moore, brother and sister in-law, Stan and Missy Mcgehee, nieces and nephews, Kellar Moore, Hunter Moore, Danielle Wilkinson, Dustin Wilkinson, Jordan Mcgehee, Robby Mcgehee, Paula Windham, Shawn Windham, Brian Mcgehee.He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Dorthy Kellar and Llyod Kellar, brother, Scott Kellar, brother in-law, Ted Mcgehee, and Nephew, Michael Mcgehee. Stuart was born 12-1-1963 in Little Rock, Arkansas where he lived until he was 6 years old. As a young boy he and his family loved to go snow skiing, boating, and camping. He and his brother Scott played on the little league baseball team where his dad coached. His older brother Scott and him liked to give each other a hard time but at the end of the day they had each other's backs. In 1969 he and his family moved to Fort Worth Texas where he graduated from LD Bell High School. After he graduated, Stuart found his knack in carpentry. He had a gift for building. He started his first framing crew in 1985. Along the way he met his soul mate, Rachel Kellar, and they married in 1987. They started their own business called Kellar Custom Homes. Together they built and remodeled over 65 beautiful homes, including the one his family lives in today. They had three beautiful girls and three amazing grand boys, who called him “pops”. A father, grandfather, and husband like Stuart is one in a million, one that's generous, fun, wise, talented, and kind. A father like him is one that everyone needs, full of smiles, laughter, and always doing great deeds. Nobody can replace a man like him, but when he gets to heaven, God will be lucky to have him. He will always hold a special place in our hearts. After completing his earthly journey, he was welcomed into the presence of our lord and savior, Jesus Christ. He now rests in eternal paradise surrounded by saints and angels that have gone before. This is not goodbye, but see you later pops. Friends and family are welcome to come celebrate the life of Stuart Kellar. The memorial service will be on Tuesday, October 25th at 10:30 AM at Living Word Community Church located at 3001 Bewley St, Haltom City 76117. The viewing will be held one day prior, Monday, October 24th, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Alpine Funeral Home located at 2300 N Sylvania Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76111.

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