- 37 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 10, 1976
- Place of birth:
Long Island, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 4, 2014
- Place of passing:
Vancouver, Washington, United States
|Let the memory of Keith be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Keith Winfield, 37, born on September 10, 1976 and passed away on April 4, 2014. We will remember him forever.
Keith was born in Long Island, New York to John Winfield and Catherine Richter on September 10, 1976. Keith most recently worked at Exterior Wood in Vancouver. Keith moved to Anchorage Alaska in 1992 from Peoria Arizona. Keith is preceded in death by his Father John Paul Winfield.
Keith is survived by his wife of 17 years, Angie Nims Winfield of Anchorage Alaska, sons Seth 17 and Cody 15, mother Catherine Richter, Sister Maureen Winfield, sister and brother in-laws- Nicky and Scott McFerron and Sarah and Justin Davis, nephews Alex, Jeremiah, Logan, Cameron and Ian, niece’s Angela, Kaitlyn, Caden and Sophia.
Keith was passionate about music and passed that passion to his two sons, Seth and Cody. Keith loved teaching Seth viola and guitar and Cody drums and guitar. Keith had an amazing sense of humor and a tender heart for his family.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Keith Winfield Benefit Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo branch. Donations must be made in a branch by using the above name.
"Happy Birthday Keith, you continue to be in the hearts and thoughts of those that loved you during your brief time on this earth. Your spirit visits us from time to time checking on Angie, Seth and Cody. Your passing was abrupt and left your family with the deepest of all sadness. You continue to be missed and loved by all."
"Happy birthday bro n law. Miss your crazy self!!"
"I saw his smiling face two weeks ago seems like yesterday now...my heart goes out to you Angie and your boys i know i haven't seen yall much the last year i will forever miss him giving me shit for whatever reason he saw fit so so funny. Im still real-ling this,,,you are in my thoughts"
"My heart goes out to Angie, Seth and Cody. Keith had a good heart I always enjoyed his company and sense of humor. He will truly be missed."
"Keith was.. to me .. a father. for me and the boys he was always there.. and if i was around he would make a point to not just show Cody and Seth but me as well... if they got the swats i did to.. if they were getting taught something i did to.. Keith taught me how to ride a skate board. play the bass. and showed me what it meant to be a dad... and man. i can honestly say that he is one of the reasons i have grown up so well.. he was a strong, funny, and caring man. and he will be missed. i send my best wishes to Angie, The kids, and the rest of his family. he will always be remembered."
"When I first met Keith he was (no disrespect intended) "a punk ass kid", I had to keep kicking outta the Java Joint. And it was then he met Angie. In a few short months he learned he was to be a father...and "stepped up" immediately. Over night he became a Husband...a father...a Man. And he did so with pride and honor like no other. He became a close friend. Our families spent many birthdays and BBQs together with friends and family.He was an amazing person to know and be around. He had such a big heart,he would help out anyone and everyone he could, if he could. (whether he liked them or not...or even knew them) His energy was contagious. And sometimes explosive with his passion for music. (I loved having Keith to call when trying to figure out who sang some obscure 80s song!) He will be dearly missed by so many people. My heart goes out to Angie and the kids, as well as the rest of his family. (and all who knew him)"
"I'm so sorry to Angie, Seth & Cody... I know how much Keith adored his family. This is a really big loss for anyone that knew Keith, as he was a very special, kind, caring and compassionate man with a big loving heart. This one hurts bad. I love you Keith! I love your family too... so sorry, Anj."
"I held Keith's hand through the last few years of my teens. When I think back to the 1st time I moved out of my parents, the 1st time I smoked a bowl, the 1st time I told a man I loved him, Keith was there. I can still hear his Mom yell out his name with her New York accent at the old house in Mt View and see him run around the mosh pits. I wish I was reconnecting with you under different circumstances Kathy but I'm sending you thoughts and prayers and wish you hadn't lost him so young. I heard he had built a great family that he loved an lot. I'm sorry to all of you for your loss and pain. Thank you for all the crazy and great memories Keith, you were a big part of my life"
"Keith's passing is heavy in my heart. He has 'been family' for many years. His generous heart and spirit will always be remembered. Keith would call me on holidays to let me know he was thinking of me... I am pretty sure it was because my older 2 sons had moved out of state and he was making sure I was 'ok' during the holiday. I will always appreciate the love and concern for others Keith showed. Angie, Seth, and Kody..... I love you guys and pray for peace for you. I know this is hard.... really hard... so I am praying hard.. really hard. Much love to you. And to all of Keith's friends and family.... I am with you all in heart. Keith will always be in our hearts and we are privileged to have shared the same amazing guy in our lives."
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