Charles (Chuck) Henry Keilman Jr, born to parents Charles Henry Keilman and Helen Louise (Fish) Keilman on July 15th, 1946 in Washington, DC. Passed peacefully surrounded by his loving family on November 5, 2021 in his home in West Jordan, Utah.\n\nCharles is survived by his wife of more than 50 years, Linda Susann (Burden) Keilman, his three sons, John, James (Sheri), Chris (Mickie) and his eight daughters Heather Moore (Rob), Angela Schuster, Debbie Hopkins (Shane), Rachael Morrow (Mike), Becky Lewis (Ryan), Sarah (Tim), Amie Prescott (Bryce), Andrea Gallegos (Jeran), 31 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. \n\nChuck proudly served his country in the US Navy as a communications technician and as an Air-traffic controller. Chuck and Sue traveled the world together during his 10 years in the military from May 1969 – May 1979. His most unique assignment was a 2 year stent in the South Pole at McMurdo station. Chuck received a Medal of Merit from Ronald Regan for being a member of the Republican Presidential Task Force.\n\nChuck always enjoyed high-pressure assignments as well as had a passion for serving others. After leaving the military he pursued his passion in the medical field. He received his nursing degree in the early 80’s from Ricks College where he graduated as valedictorian at the top of his class. He would spend the next 40 years working for Intermountain Health Care in hospitals across the Salt lake Valley serving in various capacities as an RN including ER, ICU, CCU, shock trauma and L&D. Chuck also had the unique opportunity to be a member of the Utah’s first Organ Donor/Transplant Team organized by IHC and also assisted in the creation of the Ask-a-Nurse program that was launched in the early 90’s. He finished his career at the corporate office as a Trainer and working fraud investigations. \n\nChuck held a deep conviction of the Lord, the Plan of Salvation and in the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. He was a man of faith and conviction that touched many lives as he traveled the world. He served in many capacities in the church. He served 3 missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with his wife Sue and served as an ordinance worker in the Jordan River and Oquirrh Mountain Temple until his passing. Chucks greatest passion was teaching. He was blessed with the ability to deliver powerful and moving messages with tremendous energy and conviction. All who were blessed to know Chuck agree that God blessed him with this talent and skill, and he used this gift to speak truth to all.\n\nAbove all else that could be said of Chuck’s life accomplishments, all pale in comparison to the one that he cherished most…being a Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather. Chuck leaves behind a legacy rich with faith in God, a close-knit family and love of country.\n\nThere will be a memorial service at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at the church building on 5176 W. Parr Drive, West Jordan. Those who are unable to attend in person can live stream. Click the link below that says Memorial Service.