“Dear Doris and Gary: please accept our sincere sympathy in the loss of your husband and father. I have known Keith since 1936 when we attended the same grade school. He was a real gentleman and will certainly be missed.
“Doris and Gary
Keith was an inspiration to all of us who knew him and loved him. From playing Dartball at First Baptist Church to our masonic brotherhood Keith was always thee to help in any way he could. Our prayers and thoughts go with you and may your memories sustain you.
“Dear Doris and Gary, We were so sorry to read of Keith's passing. He was a kind and gentle man. May the wonderful memories you have sustain you in the days to come. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
“To a man that accepted me for who I am, managed to always put a smile on my face and has honored me with his friendship. I love you, and I shall miss you, my friend.
“Our sympathy goes out to Doris and
the Brown Family
“Gary and family,sorry to hear of your Dads passing,enjoyed always talking to your dad.
“We were deeply saddened to learn of Keith's death and extend our sincere sympathy and prayers to Doris and her family. Keith was so well liked by everyone, a friendly, pleasant man, always. Reg & Elaine Williams
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BREWER - Keith C. Brown, 88, passed away Nov. 6, 2012, "Gone from sight, but always in our hearts." He was born June 24, 1924, in Scoodic, son of Clair and Lillian (Dow) Brown.He lived in Wade, and attended schools in Wade and Washburn. Keith entered the U.S. Army, during World War II,...Read More