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Friday, October 30, 2020
My Dear Friend Keith, thinking of you on your Birthday. I remember how much you enjoyed Halloween & the candy. Miss you always, your friend Donna
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Keith I think of you always and Miss you.
Cyndi Lopriore posted a condolence
Monday, May 11, 2020
I offer my heartfelt sympathy and prayers to All of Keith's family. I enjoyed walking up to Keith when he was able to attend church in Dudley with any of his family. I liked to say hello and see his smile, and at times having to re-introducing myself with short conversation. I admire what he had accomplished during his journey on this side of life. His contribution in so many ways is immeasurable. I will miss seeing his smile. R.I.P. Keith. Just a friend, Cyndi Lopriore
Saturday, May 2, 2020
Keith was my dear friend and he will be greatly missed. I will continue to treasure my memories and time spent with him. Keith introduced me to the world of hiking and we spent many years together throughout any season enjoying the outside world. Mount Wachusett was one of his favorite places to walk and admire the big blue sky. He loved nature and all the beauty it had to offer. After our long hikes we would sit and have a picnic lunch and enjoy all the peaceful nature around us. We looked forward to feeding the geese and ducks and listening to the beautiful different songs the birds sang. Often times Keith and I would stop a country drive to watch the trains pass by and he could always tell me which trains were going where. He shared many stories with me about his travels, his career, and his family. Keith was a kind, caring, and intelligent person and he made friends everywhere we went. His passing deeply saddens me, and weighs heavy on my heart, but I know I will always have these memories and many more to treasure forever. Donna Saari
Bill Dudley posted a condolence
Friday, May 1, 2020
Keith was widely loved at the Union Church in Foxboro. Years ago he was there every week with his beautiful Kaitlyn and Kirk, Keith would chat after church with Kaitlyn nearby or running off to play with the other girls and Kirk going outside to climb the tree we still call "Kirk's Tree". I remember so many times Keith telling Kirk, "Come down, we are leaving" only to find Kirk quite resistant until he leveraged a treat or favor from his laughing Dad, down below. Keith loved his Lord, his kids, and his entire family as much as any man ever has. He was a fine, gentlemanly man of good character. Those of us who knew and loved him will always be grateful for the privilege. To have Kirk back for the final nineteen months of his life was a joy and gift I will forever thank God for, it was like the long-desired return of a very dear son. I am so grateful for precious time with him! Kirk fully participated in and was buried as, a Guardian, our ministry for men. We love you Keith and Kirk, and always will. Bill Dudley and Family, and church family.
The family of Keith David Roemer uploaded a photo
Thursday, April 30, 2020