Keegan Y. Fushimi (1983 - 2018)

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Keegan Y. Fushimi, 35, passed away June 28. Keegan was born in Denver March 7, 1983, to Debora and Glenn Fushimi.
Keegan graduated from Brighton High School in 2002, attended Colorado Mountain College and Front Range Community College. He recently worked for Elite Services as a pipeline technician and spent time with Sturgeon Electric and Plains Gas and Oil Co.
Keegan cherished his friends, collecting John Deere tractors and guns and loved his Ford trucks. He enjoyed hunting, skiing, fishing, lately for crawfish, trapping, shooting clay, older country music, attending the annual Adams County Fair and the stock show. Keegan loved international travel – Japan, Switzerland, Italy, England, France, Germany, Holland and Mexico. United States: Hawaii, Washington D.C., Washington state, California, Alaska, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Nashville, Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and New Orleans.
His paternal grandparents, Yo and Kaz Fushimi, and his maternal grandparents, Helen and Dennis Tokunaga, preceded him in death.
Survivors include his parents, of Brighton; his twin brother, Bryce Fushimi, of Brighton; a sister Desiree (Christopher) Rosch, of Germany; a niece, Arianna Rosch, and a nephew, Declan Rosch; his aunt, Suzanne, and her husband, Ken Tanaka, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and their children Danyel and Taryn; his uncle, Walter, and wife, Joanne Tokunaga of Commerce City; his uncle, Bob, and wife, Clovia Fushimi of Golden and their children, Tonya Newbill and Tia Bain.
In lieu of flowers a donation page has been set up through , a charity to which Keegan regularly donated. Visit  
A celebration of life was July 7 at Adams County Fairgrounds, Pavilion A.
Tabor-Rice Funeral Home in Brighton handled the arrangements.
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Tabor Rice Funeral Home
75 S. 13th Ave
Brighton, CO 80601
(303) 654-0112
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Published in Commerce City Sentinel Express on July 17, 2018
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