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Gary Richard Keisker Obituary
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July 23, 2018

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November 25, 2017
I remember Gary well. while he was in Warrensburg, and he was very talented not only in sports, but he also played the drums and could do impressions. However what impressed me most about Gary was that he told me that he was in the process of reading the Bible from cover to cover. I was surprised to learn that he is in heaven now and watching over his family from there. May God bless all who were dear to Gary.
November 25, 2017
April 22, 2016
My sincerest and deepest sympathies to you Carol and the entire family.
April 21, 2016
Gary (whom I affectionately called "Bear") was a brother soccer official and dear friend who taught me so much not only about soccer, but also about living life to the fullest. He always referred to officiating as "this line of fun" rather than work, and that was how he approached his craft. He had tremendous rapport with coaches, players, and fellow officials alike. His dedication to the game and love of life were unparalleled. Bear, thanks for the memories and legacy you left behind. You will always be with me whenever I'm out on the pitch and beyond.