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Keith Alan Wilhelm

Keith Alan Wilhelm, August 27, 1947 - September 9, 2019. Keith A. Wilhelm, 72, of Wilton Manors passed away September 9, 2019. Keith is survived by his brothers, Richard Wilhelm, John English and Thomas (Donna) English; sisters, Carolyn (Jeff) Newton and Patricia (John) Kelting. Friends are invited to pay their respects Thursday, September 12th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm here at Kalis-McIntee where a funeral service will be held Friday, September 13th at 11:00 am. Burial to follow at Lauderdale Memorial Park, Ft. Lauderdale. Contributions may be made to The Wilhelm Family Endowment c/o Heidelberg University, 310 East Market Street, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. Posted on www.kalismcintee.com.

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09/13/19 06:46 PM #1    

Robert William Niebaum

A note from Sue Blouch--Jim Monjot called me from the airport on his way to the funeral in Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale area. Keith had been ill for some time and his "really neat wife" passed away 4 or 5 years ago. No children but a good marriage. Jim spent some time with Keith last week which turned out to be some of his last days. Keith came to Rocky River in the 8th grade and was a beloved friend of his step brother, John English, and Monjot among others. I say we have a get-together for Octoberfest to tell stories and celebrate a life.

09/14/19 11:53 AM #2    

Elizabeth D Homans (Staggenborg)

Sad news!  Keith was generous, kind and fun!   Keith was a good soul and I have fond memories of our RRHS years!

09/14/19 12:00 PM #3    

Kathryn Louise Riley

Keith was a very very nice person. My sympathy to John English and other family members. Kathy Riley

09/14/19 12:25 PM #4    

Jeanne Carol Peebles (Drusendahl)

So deeply saddened by Keith’s passing.  My condolences and prayers go out to his family.  I was very happy to see Keith at our 50th reunion and had a chance to spend some time talking to him.  Keith was a good guy and will be missed.

09/15/19 01:37 PM #5    

Corinne Lynn Isaac (Smith)

I was so saddened to hear about Keith's passing. He was a gracious man who was kind and friendly. My heart goes out to his family,

09/15/19 09:21 PM #6    

Constance Ann Alfano (Clausen)

My sympathies to Keith's family.  He is in the arms of God and restings in peace.

09/16/19 01:28 PM #7    

Susan L Rodgers (Fleming)

Keith was such a nice boy. I'm glad he had the love and caring of other good guys from RRHS for so many years.


12/05/19 01:21 PM #8    

William Smith Daugherty

It has been several months since Keith's death but I  wanted to say that all our lives were enriched by his life, and  his sense of humor and  his laugh. Jim Monjot and I reminisced a bit a couple of months ago about what great fun we had riding the bench in the bullpen on GSgt Kelly's Pirate baseball team. That bench usually included Keith (who actually played), Jim Monjot, Skip (Nev) Chandler, and Mike (Michael Stanley) Gee.  I will remember a canoe trip we took to NY, and his family visiting mine at the beach in California. 

We were all so blessed to have known him. My sincere thoughts and prayers continue to be with John  and his other brothers, and the rest of his family.  I pray that he is now with the love of his life in eternity.. 

12/05/19 05:28 PM #9    

Susan Elizabeth Blouch

Bill, thank you for this reminder of Keith.
I've been digging through dusty boxes recently. Came across discs from the funerals of Bunny Gandolfi and Rick Fenwick. I shared a lot of laughs with each at RRHS.
I loved re-connecting with each decades later. 
I'm missing them right now, and am thankful for the reconnections I've made through our class reunions.
Peace, All. 


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