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Keys, Jr., Brady Orlando resident and entrepreneur passed away from complications from a stroke in New York, at the age of 80. Keys was an NFL all pro defensive back with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1961 to 1969. In 1969, he became the first black franchisee of Burger King and in 1970, he became the first black franchisee of KFC. He also owned several other businesses including two radio stations in Albany, GA and Airport gift shops in Orlando FL. Keys is survived by his wife Anna, and a large loving family. Two memorial services will honor Mr. Keys. This first is Saturday, November 4th in Orlando, FL at Rejoice in the Lord Ministries (Apopka, Fl). The second funeral service and burial will take place at Inglewood Park Cemetery Chapel, Inglewood, Ca. at 2:00pm on Thursday, November 9th. Mitchell's Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Published in the Orlando Sentinel from Oct. 31 to Nov. 1, 2017
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