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Obituary for Bobby Gene Keith

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Bobby Gene Keith

July 6, 1958 - October 13, 2014

Bobby G. Keith, 56, passed away October 13, 2014. He was born July 6, 1958 to Henry and Eleanor “Kru Kenmeire” Keith in Durango, Colorado. Bobby Gene graduated from Bonneville High. He married Rachel M. McCollum March 25, 1980 in Ogden, UT

Bob had worked as a civilian at HAFB Boiler Steam Plant as an operator and was previously employed with Salt Lake City Corp (SLC Airport). He retired from the U. S. Navy as an E-7 MMC serving 22 years from 1976-1998. Bob was a member of the Clan Keith and very proud of his Scottish heritage. He loved bowling, fishing and hunting but most of all his heart was filled with his grandchildren. He will be missed.

Bobby Gene is survived by his wife Rachel, children Taunie Keith Braito, Aaron Keith, Shaina Keith Stanford, Scott Keith USAF, Brain Keith; his brother Raymond Keith and two sisters Linda Mayne and Carol Paulie and his twelve grandchildren.

Bobby Gene is preceded in death by his parents and his sister Barbara Oram.

Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.


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Born: July 6, 1958
Died: October 13, 2014

Condolences for Bobby Gene Keith

Ken Atkinson posted on 6/23/15

To the Keith Family, I just heard the news today and I am very sorry for your loss. Bobby was a good friend and co-worker and I will truly miss him. Ken Atkinson


Taunie posted on 6/8/15

I miss you every single moment Daddy . You were the best father and papa anyone could ask for. Keep an eye on us. I love you


Brian and jeni posted on 10/19/14

Gone but not forgotten ...So sorry for everyone at this time of need ..My dad will truly be missed <3 Brian and Jeni Keith


Jacki Sturzenegger posted on 10/18/14

We were so sorry to hear about Bob, please accept our deepest sympathy and know that you and your family are forever in our thoughts and prayers. Nick and Jacki Sturzenegger