Keith Hazzard DollDecember 29, 2017
Keith Hazzard Doll, originally born outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, passed peacefully on December 29, 2017 in Quakertown at sixty three years of age, surrounded by family. He is survived by his loving wife of forty years, Barbara (Chobany) Doll, and two sons; Zachariah Andrew-Lee Doll, and Orion Hazzard Doll. He was predeceased by his daughter, Geneva Justine Doll, who passed abruptly and unfortunately, in 2006 at twenty one years of age. He left behind four grandchildren as well; Chloe Marie Doll, Micah Alexander Doll, Arianna Justine Doll, and Aiden Hunter Doll. He was the son of the late LeRoy and Evelyn Doll, brother to Nancy Alley, David Doll, Bob Doll, and half-brother to Wayne Doll.
Keith grew up outside of Philadelphia, where he was a graduate of William Tennant High School in 1972, in Warminster, Pennsylvania. He later attended Penn State University, Main Campus, where he met his wife Barbara, and ultimately finished his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at DeSale’s University, Allentown Campus a few years later. He took pride in every aspect of his life and family, and this was no exception when it came to his employment. Keith spent most of his life as a caregiver for clients with special needs in a group home, where he always went above and beyond to provide positive experiences for those whom he cared for, often extending himself outside of the regular work day. He also designated a substantial amount of time working to serve his local community at Frederick’s Meat, located in the Quakertown Farmer’s Market.
Mr. Doll was very well known in the wrestling community for many years, making numerous sacrifices to create opportunities for his boy’s to achieve success in the sport. He was a fierce supporter of wrestling, and could be spotted at every high-school event, near and far where his sons’ were competing. He spent many years as a coach himself, where he brought the same values that he instilled in his children to his style of execution by helping develop adolescent’s mind, body and character in the Quakertown Youth Club Wrestling Program. He continued to be an avid supporter of the sport of wrestling until his passing. In his free time, Keith enjoyed collecting antiques, and was often found at any number of auctions in the local area.