Lynnettee Louise Rocha Keller and Kaylene Nichole Keller were vivacious and creative individuals who will be missed deeply by their family and many friends. Lynnettee was active in the crafting community and loved to share her paper crafts with others. Kaylene had dreams of being a video game designer and wanted to attend DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, Wash.
To ensure that their memory lives on, the Rocha family has established a scholarship fund in Kaylene's name that will be geared toward individuals who emulate Kaylene's persona. This scholarship, established at The Seattle Foundation, will be used to support students who have similar interests in attending DigiPen as Kaylene had. The Rocha family asks for assistance in ensuring that this scholarship be funded for many years to come by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Kaylene Keller Memorial Scholarship
As a component fund of The Seattle Foundation, The Seattle Foundation has the authority to make distributions from the Kaylene Keller Memorial Scholarship Fund as necessary to honor the Rocha family’s intent.