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Keith Bryant "a.k.a. #21" Schneider-Trahan

1995 - 2014 Obituary Condolences
Keith Bryant "a.k.a. #21" Schneider-Trahan Obituary
On December 20th Estes Park lost a very special young man, Keith Bryant Schneider-Trahan aka #21.
Keith was born on September 4th, 1995 in Estes Park, Colorado. He is the son of Anni and Rich Trahan and Carl and Nikki Schneider and the brother to Thomas and Caleb Schneider.
In Keith's amazing 19 years he set the world on fire with his infectious smile and laughter and witty sense of humor. Keith had great ambition for everything he set his mind to do and most of all "Keifery" was completely loyal to his family, his friends and anyone he met along the way. Keith was famously known for his athletic ability and leadership. He knew how to bring the best out of each heroic task he took upon himself. Keith was currently enrolled at Front Range Community College majoring in Business Management. He dreamt of one day owning his own restaurant and was inspired by the owners of Poppy's and Mama Rose's, Rob and Julie, where he had been employed for the last three years.
Keith was welcomed into the loving arms of his Grandma Vicki Strong and his family has found some comfort in knowing that.
Keith is survived by his parents, Anni and Rich Trahan of Estes Park, Carl and Nikki Schneider of Crook, CO and two brothers, Thomas and Caleb Schneider. He is survived by his grandfather Darrell Strong of San Diego, CA and grandparents Cindy and Bill Schneider of Ovid, CO. He is also survived and adored by his Aunts and Uncles, Angi and Rich Butler and Anthony Strong of Colorado Springs, Tony and Theresa Strong of Dallas, TX, Mike Christenson of Estes Park and Sindee Reid of Pinewood Springs, Melissa and Rick Geiger of Cripple Creek, CO and Renee and Dean Bayston of Vista, CA., as well as his loving God Parents, John and Dena Bohn of Estes Park.
Keith also leaves behind numerous cousins and many friends who loved him so dearly.
As his big brother Thomas so admiringly put it…"He was my best friend and all in all, he was a walking trophy"!
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Allnutt Funeral Home in Estes Park. A memorial service for Keith will be held on Saturday, December 27th at 12:00 at the High School Auditorium. A potluck reception will be held directly after the service at the American Legion Post 119, Estes Park.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Keith Trahan Memorial Fund, at Gofundme.com, for unexpected medical expenses and funeral services.
Published in Estes Park Trail-Gazette on Dec. 25, 2014
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