Keith R. Steinbrecher

Marietta, Georgia

May 29, 1955 – Jun 15, 2018


May 29, 1955
June 15, 2018
Marietta, Georgia


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Age 63, of Marietta, passed away June 15, 2018. Services June 21 , 2:00pm at Chapel of Marietta Funeral Home. Marietta Funeral Home & Crematory, Marietta , GA.

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Although time has separated us as well as life directions, I always will consider you my big brother. As kids and young adults you were always there for me. Never had to worry about anyone when you were around. I truly feel awful about your passing. Hard to imagine you are not here. I loved you Keith and I always will. RIP . All my sympathy to Sue, Kelsey and Kristen...

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So sorry to hear the saddest news. Keith was one of my favorite guys in High School. A wonderful person who made me laugh, my fondest memories are spending time with him in Long Beach and when we were freshmen in College I took a train from Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Marquette) to St. Louis to visit him at St. Louis U. I'll never forget the YES concert at Checkers Arena. Sending ❤ and healing to his wife and children. Keith will live on in your hearts forever.

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We're all still disoriented, as keith breathes no more. But his was a life well lived , with many good times and few , if any regrets. Such a gentleman with an ease and a spirit of purpose. My earliest memory of Keith was of him at a party at his home on the hill, Dagget Ave. I believe. With all his St. Louis University friends , and his beloved Sue. He had much to accomplish thereafter, and onward they went. Sometimes far flung but always in touch, it is my belief that the...

A piece of my heart has been taken. I cant stop crying. Keith was as close to me as my brothers. His 3 most cherished words were.....Sue, Kelsey and Kristin. Those words were his world.
Im a better human being because of him. He will always be a part of my DNA.
Ill miss him forever. Hopefully my sorrow will pass. I have my doubts .