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Keith David
Brown

Brown, Keith David
His life was taken November 27, 2018 at the age of 61. Beloved father of Kyle (Renee) Brown and Kari (Nicholas) Pender. Proud grandfather of Kaylee and Darren Brown and Oliver Pender. Caring brother of Kurt (Renee) Brown, Delphine Brown, the late Kevin (JoAnn) Brown, and the late Ronnie Brown, as well as the uncle of Jake Brown, Lanna Bartlett, Lance (Jovan) Yaws, and Crystal Christiansen. Former husband of Kathleen Ehleiter and Barb Robbins and dear friend of Mark (Diane) Ehleiter and Dale (Kelly) Ehleiter. Preceded in death by his parents Carl and Dolores Brown. Also survived by other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, December 8, at the funeral home from 10 AM – 12 PM. Funeral Service to follow at 12 PM.

Keith was well known not only as a mechanic last employed at Sorce Services but also as a race car crew chief to his long time friend Al Schill, as racing was his passion. His unique laugh and magnetic personality had a way of lighting up a room and will forever be missed by everyone that knew him.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
9200 S. 27th Street
414-761-2750
www.heritagefuneral.com

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Charmain Barnes

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Sue and Tom Christensen

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Jim Karshna

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Jim and Fay Hendricks

Our deepest sympathies to the whole family. We were so saddened to lose him, and he will be missed by many.
Jim and Fay Hendricks

Lanna Bartlett

I have many memories of Uncle Keith, but there is one that stands out. It was a few years ago after Dad had raced at Beaver Dam. We stopped at the bar on our way home to toast Dad’s race and my birthday. As we were getting ready to leave, Keith decided he was going to ride home in the race car. We were all laughing so hard, and the smile on Keith’s face is something I wont forget. I love you, Uncle Keith. Until we meet again. :heart:

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