KEITH-WILSON-Obituary

KEITH R. WILSON

Arlington Heights, Illinois

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Keith R. Wilson Keith R. Wilson, 73, died Wednesday, March 24, 2010, at Condell Medical Center in Libertyville. He succumbed to an abdominal aortic aneurism. Keith was born in Chicago on April 6, 1936, and was raised in Glencoe, where he met the love of his life, Mary Lou Wonderlic in the fourth...

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This is my first time reading this, and there was so much I did not know about Mr. Wilson. He was such a nice man,and I truely adored him. He will be greatly greatly missed.

Keith was a great contact and friend during my time in this small industry. He will certainly be missed for his love of the business and that great mic collection. I wish his family the best.

yEARS AGO WHEN iLLINOIS TIME rECORDER cO. WAS JUST TRYING TO GET INTO THE SOUND SYSTEM MARKET, I WENT UP TO KEITH'S OFFICE AND HE SPENT A GOOD HOUR OR TWO EXPLAINING ALOT ABOUT SOUND AND HOW TO MEASURE IT. HE DIDN'T REALLY KNOW ME OR OUR COMPANY, BUT HE HELPED US OUT ANYWAY. hE ALWAYS TRIED TO MAKE TIME TO ANSWER OUR MANY DUMB QUESTIONS. mAY GOD GIVE STRENGTH TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND EASE THEIR PAIN.

Keith was a good work friend and was honest to a flaw, which I loved. We had this thing where he would call me Dr. Gallagher and I would call him Dr. Wilson. Maybe it was a 3-stooges thing, but what a great guy!

I remember Keith helping me with audio specs and proposals many times. He was always so giving with his time and knowledge, and it was much appreciated.

It is a privilege to have known Keith. He was always helpful, friendly, and resourceful. I will miss him.
Ray Littlefield Award Audio & Video

Keith was a friend and personal mentor back in the late 60's at Shure. He was always willing to help, to go the extra mile back then and since. I will miss his smile, his chuckle, and friendly advice.
Doug Smith, Architectural Electronics, Houston TX

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Enjoyed working with Keith through the years as we took over the speaker reconing in this area. Keith was more than helpful.

All of us at Midwet Audio.

Uncle Keith~
My fondest memory of my Uncle Keith, is when he pierced my ears (I was 12 years old) and I fainted. I remember waking up on the sofa with his concerned, but smiling face above me. I still have the pierced ears!
Thank you for all the great memories, Keith, Marylou, and cousins;Cathleen, Patsy, Scott and Glen.....
He will be missed and remembered! Sarah