I am so sorry Kirsten. May God comfort you guys. Losing the brightest people who live in fast forward really hurts. Prayers for your family.
Rest in peace friend. You will be missed. Blessing to your family.
My dear cousin Keith, you have Papa's smile and his sweet spirit. I love you and will keep you in my heart. With love, Sheri
I always enjoyed working with Keith at Union Bay Racing. He was a hard working, give you the shirt off his back kind of guy. We had a great time together when he went to isr world series snomobile races with me and did a fine job helping our racing effort. A one of a kind person with a complicated personality, Keith has left us far too soon. He will be missed and remembered well for his thoughtfulness and willingness to help everyone who's path he crossed. God speed Keith.
best friend, brother, uncle anyone could ask for. hes always the light of the party. love you bud. time will heal family and friends. cheers.
I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
What a beautiful kind person.
He and his family are in my prayers.
It was easy for Keith to make friends, because of his huge heart, friendliness and genuine personality. Some of my best memories of my youth, Keith is there. Whether it was working together at Plumas Pines or taping a flashlight to his helmet because his dirtbike didn't have a headlight. Always fun and joyful to be around. This is a great loss. I pray for the family, God is with you in this difficult time. We are mourning with you.
I will always remember Keith’s kindness, his smile, and his heart. To his family...I’m just so very sorry; I am heartbroken by the news of his passing and am praying for peace and healing for you all in this unimaginably difficult time.
I will always remember Keith's laughter, smile, jokes. We played football together and had many adventures growing up in Portola. I remember when he was working for the forest service. We would go out in the forest for our parties, and Keith would always make sure to watch the fire making sure there was a safe perimeter around it!!! He took that very serious and we would laugh at how much!! I also remember how much he loved his snowmobiles. He was a fanatic. All his friends heard his countless tales. I'm so sad to learn of this news. I guess, I will say, how grateful I am for knowing Keith.
Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers .He was such a special young will always remember that little impish grin of his
To Carl, Jan, Kevin and Kirsten,
No words can describe the loss your family is feeling. May you be comforted knowing you’re in the thoughts and prayers of those who know and love you.
With Deep Simpathy,
The Maddalena Family
Back in high school Keith showed me how much heart he had one night during a football game. I think we were playing Chester, I'm not really sure but it was a night game and everyone was exhausted. Keith had the flu the whole game but kept on playing giving it 110% the whole way through. It actually made me try harder to keep going because if this guy, as sick as he was, could do it, then I had no excuse.
I remember the day I first met you in Cle Elum. You were quite the charmer with that smile and laugh. I'm grateful for the years you shared with me. You were so full of life whether it be snowmobiling epic mountains, on crazy motorcycle trips to California among many other things. You were always willing to others at a moments notice. Thank you for all the amazing memories and getting me to be more adventurous. You will live in me forever. Keep on shining your light down on us and letting us know you have found peace and I hope your beloved Tahoe is right next to you. I miss you and love you forever.
Keith wasn’t even in school when I met him. When they moved Nextdoor to me is sister and I instantly became best friends and in many ways like sisters, and in many ways even though Keith never really bothered us he was that annoying little brother you just no matter what! He was always sweet and nice to all and I think the thing I will remember most is all of us playing in the bushes, playing tag on grass & swimming in the pool. Growing up in our neighbor we all played together even though we weren’t all the same age. RiP Keith, your forever in my heart!
I am blessed to have spent the time I did with you Keith, the beers we shared and the many laughs we had. You were a man everyone respected and could count on at any time. I know you will be looking over your family - keep them safe. Until we meet again, cheers bud.
God speed Edmundson.
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