OBITUARY

Keith M. Starzee

June 14, 1969March 25, 2021
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Keith M. Starzee on March 25, 2021 of Nesconset, LI. Loving husband of Lora. Cherished stepfather of Isabella. Beloved son of Eugene and Patricia. Adored brother of Michelle Ferrante and her husband Roger. Devoted uncle of Giavanna Ferrante. Dear son-in-law of Edward and Adele Kelly. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, LI. Visitation on Wednesday, March 31st from 5-9 PM. Prayer service Thursday at 10 AM. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, March 31, 2021

  • Prayer Service

    Thursday, April 1, 2021

  • Committal Service and Interment

    Thursday, April 1, 2021

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Keith M. Starzee

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Rob Rizzoni

March 31, 2021

Had some great memories of Keith! We were fraternity brothers at the University of Maryland in 1987 and 1988. Keith was always fun to be around, and always made you laugh. One of the most fun memories I have is when we went on the MTV White Snake Train for Spring Break in 1988. Keith definitely maximized the fun times, and was in his element! He did some of the TV skits with us. Below is a pic from when the train stopped in SC, and all of the girls mobbed us. Keith is all the way to the right in the pic. You will be definitely be missed brother! God Bless you - Rob

Scott Nielsen

March 31, 2021

No one became friends with Keith, he was always your friend. Moments were better, our moods were better, our outlook on life was better, when Keith was in the room. I mourn his loss, and pray for his family and friends, but I celebrate the gift of knowing Keith Starzee, and the friendship he shared.

Jennifer DeGraff

March 30, 2021

My thoughts and prayers go out to Keith’s family during this tragic time! I worked with Keith during my time at Coors Brewing Co./MillerCoors, building customized programming for our key off premise chain accounts. He was always the highlight of my day. He brought light when there was dark, and was always good to give and take a good ribbing. God speed to you Keith, and prayers for your family.

Lance Alexander

March 30, 2021

My heart goes out to Keith’s family, and everyone who knew him. Keith was a fraternity brother of mine from the University of Maryland, and I was fortunate enough to get to know him as a younger frat brother. My fondest memory would be hitch hiking with him from U of M to Long Island. We had so much fun and even got in trouble for walking over the bridge into NYC; which I had no clue you weren’t allowed to do. Keith was always the life of the party and brought a smile and laughs to all who came in contact with him. He will be missed but not forgotten. Peace be with you my friend 🙏 🐢

Lance Alexander class of 1989

John Losasso

March 30, 2021

My thoughts, prayers and healing go out to Keith's family and friends. I have such wonderful memories of Keith while we worked together at Coors. The many trips from my hometown of Colorado to the East Coast for Coors meetings/events. Also the many Coors National Conventions that brought us together for a cold one or two. Keith was a stand up guy, leader with a deep passion for the beer business that became contagious. He will be truly missed.

Rest in Peace Keith, thanks for all the great memories and may God Bless you.
John Losasso

donna saladino

March 29, 2021

Keith was a friendly and lively face growing up on Library Lane, always had a smile and kind word to say! So sorry for your loss.

Jackie Romano

March 28, 2021

Dear Pat and Gene I will never forget the love you showed to my family when my brother John passed sending you the same love back to your family andKeiths may god wrap his arms around all of you and give you strength
Jackie Farnan Romano

Barbara Wilson

March 28, 2021

Very sorry to hear about Keith’s passing. He was a great commentator Coors, so funny. So full of passion. Many blessings and prayers.

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