OBITUARY

E. Keith Kight

May 31, 1951January 2, 2021
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On January 2, 2021 E. Keith Kight; beloved husband of Terri Lynne Kight; loving father of Tina Hartman and her husband Chris, Eric Kight and his wife Amanda and the late Justin Kight; dear brother of William “Deon” Kight and his girlfriend Melissa Warnick; cherished “Poppy Keith” of Collin and William Kight, Emma Baxter and her husband Kody, Eleyna, Julia, Isabella and Kellan Hartman; adoring great-grandfather of Benson and Calvin. Also survived by nieces, nephews and his extended family of friends.

The family will receive friends in the LEMMON FUNERAL HOME OF DULANEY VALLEY INC. (10 W. Padonia Road) Timonium, MD 21093 on Wednesday, January 6, 5-8pm and on Thursday, January 7, 10-11am with a Celebration of Keith’s life beginning at 11am.

Interment Wiseburg Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021

  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

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  • Committal Service

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

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John Horne

January 6, 2021

John Horne

January 6, 2021

Larry Fisher

January 5, 2021

As Keiths uncle, I remember when he was born. His mother and him as a baby stayed with my mom & dad for a while that summer. Later as he grew older he spent many summers with my wife & I at our home in Midlothian, MD. He never forgot those days and always would thank us for being there for him during his teen years. He was a very special person who never met a stranger. I know he loved life, his family, his friends and motorcycles. RIP Keith your memories live on!!

Wayne and Cookie Sheridan Portmess

January 5, 2021

We became friends 13yrs a go.. You were Wayne’s Great Friend.. Were going to miss the good times we all had together.. Rest In Peace My Friend... LUV AND HUGS.. Your Good Friend’s RIP .. Wayne and Cookie

Terri Kight

January 4, 2021

My sweetheart,
What we shared over the past 25 years has been the BEST Times of my life. You weren't just my husband, you were my best friend and soulmate 💞 We started with nothing and fought to have everything we ever wanted. We never stopped loving one another no matter what. You blessed me with a beautiful family for that I am thankful. 🙏 I will cherish all of the memories we made from all of the spontaneous road trips, camping with the dogs, pro football hall of fame, Steelers fan fest, Longaberger, Niagara Falls. I could go on forever! I loved our long motorcycle rides because it gave me cherished time with you doing something that we both enjoyed. We were inseparable. We were never far from one another no matter where we were at any given time. This is why I'm having a hard time accepting the reality that you're not coming home 😭. I will do my best to continue all of your traditions and make you proud. I know that you are no longer suffering and rejoicing with your parents and Justin. I will never forget you or stop loving you. I feel you around me. At times I smell you near. 💕 This isnt goodbye, its until we're together again. Wait for me sweetheart 💞 I love you more than life itself. Thank you for loving me. RIP Sweetheart I Love you so much!

Melissa "Missy" Warnick

January 4, 2021

I met Keith the day my father died. He approached me with open arms and consoled me. He shared he knew my loss as he had lost his father. This started a warm, funny, caring and sharing friendship. The "magic bus" and the "sprinklers" while riding on golf cart. I could list so many more. Keith is an old school soul that will live on in my most precious memories and the love for him in my heart.
Truly a deep loss to me and all that know him...

Kelley Lawson

January 4, 2021

My deepest sympathy for the loss of such a wonderful man. Kieth was a kind soul and showed much love to his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by many. I wish I could be there to say goodbye and to hug your beautiful wife and family. I will see you again some day, until then rest easy my friend.

Jackie Timmins (McKenzie)

January 4, 2021

We grew up next door to Keith and Dion. Have pleasant memories of the Kights. Please accept my condolences.

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