Kenneth Montgomery Keillor
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Kenneth Montgomery Keillor is a Canadian musical artist, author and politician of Scottish descent. He is a born again, fundamentalist Christian and a student of bible prophecy, cults and religions. His website Kenneth Montgomery Keillor, while somewhat autobiographical in nature, is primarily dedicated to his Christian studies and sharing the gospel message of eternal salvation through repentance of sin and faith in Jesus Christ.
Keillor has worked as an advocate, investigative analyst and counsellor and prevailed as defense counsel in major criminal cases in British Columbia courts. He was a postmaster for Canada Post for eighteen years.
Keillor has written and self-published three books: Post Mortem (1996), Analysis (1998) and his autobiography The Clawing Tree (1999).
He has thrice campaigned for the mayoralty of Abbotsford, British Columbia. He also sought election to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the electoral district of Abbotsford-Clayburn as founder and president of, and candidate for the Freedom Party of British Columbia.
Keillor has performed live at music venues such as the New Music West festival in Vancouver. He has composed over 300 songs and co-produced and published a CD entitled The Punks, featuring himself and other musical artists singing and performing his own compositions.
Keillor resides in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
- Post Mortem. Abbotsford, B.C. : K.M. Keillor Pub., 1996. ISBN 0-9681406-0-2
- Analysis. Abbotsford, BC : K.M. Keillor Pub., 1998.
- The Clawing Tree. Abbotsford, BC : K.M. Keillor Pub., 1999. ISBN 0-9681406-6-1
- B.C. Bookworld author profile
- Elections BC
- Bermingham, John. "Postmaster takes on veteran mayor". The Province, 4 Nov. 1996. p. A10.
- Foulds, Christopher. "Mayor may get a run for office". The Abbotsford News, 19 Sept. 1996. p. 1.
- "Stunning mayoral upset in Abby". The Province, 17 Nov. 2002. p. A14.
- "It's Mary for Mayor". The Abbotsford News, 19 Nov. 2002. p. 1.