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January 3, 2014
Dear Sue,
We were shocked and deeply saddened by the news of Keith's death. Our hearts go out to you and your family at this most difficult time. May warm memories of happy times and the love you shared give you strength and peace in the days ahead. We are sending our heartfelt thoughts and condolences to you and your daughters and wish you all the best.
Sincerely,
Bob and Carol Streepy
January 3, 2014
Dear Sue,
So very sorry to hear about your husband. Embrace your memories, family and friends to bring you peace and comfort.
January 3, 2014
I was a sales trainee back in the Spring of 1987, traveling from John Sexton in Orlando, to take part in the World Famous Sexton Sales Training Class at the Corner of Pratt and Lively in Elk Grove Village. That is where I met one Mr. Keith Meyer. As a trainer, Keith had that unique ability to truly "teach" and inspire. His love for John Sexton and its outstanding line of products was evident from day one of class. ALWAYS happy, bright and cheery in the nine years I worked at Rykoff-Sexton with him, he still remains an awesome inpiraton to me and and with no doubt to many, many other DSR's and co-workers who had the good fortune to cross the path of life with Keith.

You have left us far too soon Keith, but you will never be forgotten.
January 2, 2014
Keith trained me at John Sexton and Co. 25 years ago. He was a wonderful listener as well as a great facilitator. He also had an infectious smile and kind heart. I was lucky to have learned selling skills from one of the best teachers out there and to have known such a fine man. -Dwight Drake; Cincinnati, Ohio
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