Colonel Michael Keller, a Hometown Hero - KCBD NewsChannel 11
This Wednesday KCBD would like to honor Colonel Michael Keller as this week's "Hometown Hero". Keller enlisted in the Army Reserves back in 1987 and is now currently serving his 25th year with the Reserves.
For the last 30 years Keller has called Plainview his home, but he travels to Lubbock to work. As an assistant professor at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Keller teaches thousands here at home – but he's helped even more overseas.
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