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Age 52, a long-time resident of Palm Beach Gardens, passed away on November 23, unexpectedly at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was born in Long Island, New York on October 23, 1960, to Theodore and Peggy Kuminski. A graduate of Palm Beach Gardens High School, he pursued a marketing degree at Florida State University. Keith was a dedicated Seminole fan, and passed on his loyalty to his children. An accomplished salesman, Keith worked for Mayorga Coffee, helping to establish an anchor at BWI Airport. Most recently he worked in Nevada for Sunchase Foods of Missouri. Keith loved to travel, had a special affection for sunrises, photographing them wherever he was, enjoyed writing, including poetry and all varieties of music. With a strong faith in God, he sought out opportunities for volunteering in his community. He loved his children and was grateful for their mother, and gave a warm tribute to his family at the recent wedding of his daughter. Keith particularly enjoyed family Christmases. He was predeceased by his parents and eldest brother, Kevin. Keith is survived by his children, Alyssa Kartzman (Adam); Keith Richard and Jonathan Joseph; and the mother of his children, Christina Craney Kuminski of Maryland. He is also survived by his sisters, Pam Nolan and Peggy McPherrin and niece, Kenzie; brothers, Brian and Ted; and a large and loving family. A celebration of his life will be held in January 2013 in Palm Beach County, with further details to come. So my eyes are on the hilltops, Waiting for the sun to rise, Waiting for His invitation, To the home beyond the skies.

Published in The Palm Beach Post from Dec. 1 to Dec. 4, 2012