The family of Lynettee and Kaylene Keller has set up a memorial fund and a scholarship account in memory of the mother and daughter, who were shot in their North Bend home last weekend. Donations can be made at any area BECU branch.
Prosecutors with murder and with arson for setting the family's home on fire, but he remains at large. In charging documents, family members described Keller as reclusive, and may have built up a stock pile of supplies at a "fort" in the woods, where he spent most of his weekends.
The family relayed the following message through the King County Sheriff's Office:
The Rocha family would like to express their immense gratitude for the dedication of the detectives, and the prayers and support of family and friends in this tragic event. Two beautiful lives were lost and they will be missed in an unmeasurable amount.
A memorial fund and scholarship account has been set up by the Rocha family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lynnettee Rocha Keller and Kaylene Keller's names at any BECU Branch.
The family is grieving over the loss of Lynnettee and Kaylene and ask that their privacy is respected at this difficult time.