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Keith LeRoy Firth

8 mai 193630 septembre 2021
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Loving Father, husband, and friend, passed away peacefully on September 30th, 2021, in Lynnwood, WA at age 85.

Born May 8th, 1936, in Ashland, Oregon to Conn and Carrie Firth, Keith lived a very full life with a long career as a tile setter, avid hunter and fisherman. He will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. Keith met and married the love of his life Earlene Firth 58 years ago on July 28th, 1963. Together they raised two beautiful boys, Rodney, and Darren and shared love and laughter.

Keith spent his working years in the construction field as a master tile craftsman retiring from the University of Washington in 1998.

Keith was preceded in death by his wife Earlene, daughter Cyndie, mother, father and brother. He is survived by his sons, Rodney (Kathleen) and Darren (Angela), Grandchildren Lauren Monroe (Michael), Mitchel Firth (Kate), and Chelan Firth.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.floralhillslynnwood.com for the Firth family.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 22 octobre , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    vendredi, 22 octobre , 2021

  • Reception

    vendredi, 22 octobre , 2021

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Jackie Thompson

20 octobre , 2021

Keith and my late husband, Don Thompson, met at Jane Adams Jr. High School in Lake City when they were in their early teens in the late 40's. They were loyal, best friends for 70 years. Later, when they both got a car, they would cruise the drive in's (Toppings in Lake City and Wilson's on 99-Aurora) on Saturday nights looking for girls and drag racing on Aurora. Keith had a fast coral and white new 1955? Ford Victoria and Don had a hopped up 48 Ford coupe. (it was almost like the racing in the James Dean movie with all the girls egging them on. Later, they were a "little" more subdued and they went boating shooting, hunting, camping and. fishing at the ocean. I wish we could go back and do it all over again.
I am feeling a bit lonely now that Keith, Earlene and Don are gone....................................
but we HAD A HECK OF A GOOD TIME FOR 70 some years & lots of memories.

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