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Keith Weeks

Keith Loyal Weeks

Sunday, March 13th, 1938 - Thursday, April 23rd, 2020
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Keith Loyal Weeks
3/13/1938 ~ 4/23/2020
Keith Loyal Weeks (82) passed away at home near his loving wife on Thursday, April 23, 2020. He was born in Yuma, CO on March 13, 1938 to Loyal (Doris) Weeks. He grew up in Yuma, attended a one room school house, where he met Marcia at 13 years of age. He attended Yuma High School, and later went to A&M, and Parks School of Electronics. He was the one kid who could master the electronic switch board when Eastman Kodak came through recruiting employees. He married Marcia in 1962 and they had 3 children together. He worked as a repair technician in Salt Lake City, UT and later began in management for Kodak.

He was known for doing anything for anyone in town. He was a servant to all; working on the church basement, helping with the elevator, and plumbing and snow removal for the Methodist Church in Keenesburg. He worked at a hawk shop and even worked to pay for breakfast so he could save money for their honeymoon. He was THE NICEST GUY in the neighborhood; most people called him “PA” or dad. He stood up for the men who worked for him. One time he even stayed with a young man whose family was killed in an auto wreck, so the man wouldn’t end his own life. He was generous and kind and fair to everyone. He was known for teaching people hard work, by his own example. He loved supporting the Grandchildren in their sports, even driving through the night almost, to get to a ball game.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his brother Lynn, and Sister Bette Kirchenshlager. He is survived by his wife Marcia Weeks of Keenesburg, his children; Nancy Weeks of Omaha, NE, Bill (Jennifer) Weeks of Ivyland, PA, and Jim (Angela) Weeks of Aurora, CO. His 10 Grandchildren miss him; Tony, Tara, Keith, Michelle, Jackson, Sierra, Jonathan, Austin, Quinn, and Andrew. He is survived by one Great Grandchild; Bennett. He is also survived by one sister; Bonnie (Kenny) Lyon of Yuma, CO. and brother-in-law Dale Kirchenschlager.
Keith will be celebrated this summer, by family and all who wish to gather. To leave condolences for Keith Week’s family, visit www.adamsoncares.com
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Donna Moulton

Posted at 02:37pm
Marcia and family. I just heard of Keith’s passing. The most remarkable boss I ever had (Omaha). A great example to anyone he worked with. My thoughts are with you. Donna Moulton
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