Keith Alan Kline (1963 - 2018)

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Keith Alan Kline of Kenai, born January 24, 1963 in Plattsburgh, New York to Bernie Kline and the late Jackie Cannon, passed away at the age of 55 on June 28, 2018 in Kenai, Alaska.

Keith attended Soldotna High School. He was a Kenai River guide and a valve technician in the oil field industry. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and the great outdoors of Alaska. Keith shot his first caribou at age 10. He won the Homer Winter King Derby and his record rainbow trout is in the Soldotna Visitor's Center. Keith never stopped fishing and hunting until the day he went to another place.

Keith's sister Kelly wrote, "Keith had a heart as big as a bear."

He will be greatly missed by many.

Keith is survived by his father, Bernie Kline; stepmother Bonnie Kline; son Hunter Kline; granddaughter Spencer Rosalie-Raine Beal; brother Kenny Kline; sisters Kelly Henry, Kimberly Hayes, Evelene Ahrens, and many nieces and nephews.
Published in The Peninsula Clarion on Aug. 23, 2018