QUAIFE, Keith

It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our beloved Keith Quaife, who passed away June 5th, 2022 at the age of 77 years after a very short battle with cancer.
 
Keith is lovingly remembered and survived by his wife of 54 years Carol (nee Lemieux); daughter Shelley (Scott) of Calgary; Sheri (Phil) of Sherwood Park;  grandchildren Nicolle (Aaron), Brandon, Dakota and Davin and great grandchildren Maxwell and Walker. He will also be missed by several siblings, nieces, nephews and close friends.
 
He was predeceased by his parents Stan and Doreen Quaife and brother Terry  
 
Keith was born in Taber, married the girl next door in Rimbey and raised his family in the Edmonton area.  He filled his retirement years spending the summer at home with family and the winter down south with amazing friends. 
 
Keith was always willing to teach and play, whether it was riding a bike, driving a car, skiing or using tools in his garage.  He was always adventurous which led to many many stories he shared with all those that stopped by for a visit. 
 
As per Keith’s request there will be no service and a Celebration of Life will be held July 30th. 

 

In lieu of flowers, donations in Keith’s name may be made directly to Stars Air Ambulance or the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

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Eric and Patty Carlson

So shocked to hear about Keith. He will be greatly missed as neighbor and friend down in Yuma! We will miss seeing him cross the street in the barnyard!

Kelly yestrau

Keith will always be in my heart where ever I go. Man, we shared so many laughs working together there aren’t enough words to express my love for this man. He gave me my respect when the world was surely making life hard for my family. I am so blessed to know this man and ashamed that I didn’t get to tell him so. I will miss him forever.

Donna campbell

So sorry to hear of Keith’s passing. Carol, our thoughts are with and your family.
Donna and family

John Manning

Sadden to hear of Keith’s passing, condolences to the Sheri, Carol and the family. Regardless the activity, Keith was always All In. I salute the Captain of the Cuba Libre.

Brandon Cuthbertson

I will miss the conversations where Grandpa wasn’t wrong, he was just misinformed.

Penni and Daryl Lougheed

I do not remember Keith without Carol very much, but one memory I have is of Keith singing to Neil Diamond while it played on a reel to reel tape recorder. He loved Neil Diamond songs and was so happy when her heard the songs. Keith was quick to build relationships and had great conversations with anyone he met. Our hearts go out to you all and know Keith will be sadly missed and always loved❤️

Rob and Chris Archer

We were sorry to hear about Keith passing. Our thoughts are with you. Good times and memories!!

Tina Dashkewich

I will always remember the generosity and laugh that Keith had. He welcomed myself, Darcy and Kyra to “Glamp” at their family home with opened arms many times and we always had a memorable time. He just loved to tell stories and jokes around the campfire with his beverage of choice being a rum & coke with fresh lime 🙂 My heart is sad that we won’t have those same times again, but happy that we had the pleasure. Sheri, Carol and family we are so very sorry for your loss. Hold tight to your amazing memories.

Leanne West

I’m sorry to hear of your family’s loss. You are all in my thoughts❤️

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