ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charles Keeve 28 years old , born on August 16, 1991 and passed away on May 29, 2020. We will remember him forever.

You May View Charles' Live Visitation on Sunday June 7, 2020 at 12 noon at: (Please copy and paste this link into your browser.) https://youtu.be/WMSClZd7hlw
Posted by Janeen White on June 17, 2020
My Deepest Condolences. Keeley it has been a some time since we have seen each other, however my heart goes out to you and your family for your loss. I met "Charlie" when he was about 4 yrs old and I remember him as being a sweet friendly boy. We had some good times at the cookouts and the work events. Keep all the precious memories close and I pray for strength for you and your family. RIH!
Posted by Candy Smiley on June 17, 2020
Keely- I was just notified by Becky about this. i am so sorry to hear this. My heart goes out to you and Calvin. Mom sends her love and prayers also. i will keep you and the rest of the family in my thoughts and prayers.... My GOD wrap his arms around you and comfort you through your days ahead!
Posted by Keisha Ceasar on June 7, 2020
Keeley - My experience with Charlie was during our team building event at Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park. We had a great time, and like his crazy, cool parents, Charlie was just as cool and crazy! I am praying for peace and solace for you and Calvin. I am so sorry for your loss and may God Bless the family. 
Posted by Melanie Prince on June 7, 2020
Charlie will be forever in our heart, soul and presence. We love him; and the stories about him and his escapades are never ending! Charlie touched so many and made their lives even more special. His life story continues in heaven.
Posted by Kimani Marley on June 7, 2020
So sorry bro. It hurts to know. Still unbelievable. Every time I hear a loud motorcycle I get up looking to see if it’s you. I miss you already. RIP to one of the realest. Only Jah knows
Posted by Jorge Gonzalez on June 6, 2020
The Lord has called him home. With pain in our hearts we accept the Lords decision and know that Charlie peacefully rest in his arms. May he give us the strength to accept this pain as we know we will see him again when we join him in heaven.
Posted by Yunglady Allen on June 5, 2020
I’m leaving this message on the behalf of Devin and myself And the kids your Bestfriend is really hurting off this one and can’t lie I’m really going to miss you chuck you was a brother from another mother Keeping our heads up right now is hurt cause all we see is you shining thru the sun love u bro
Posted by David Moore on June 5, 2020
Fly high lil brother, you will be missed.
Posted by David Barfield on June 5, 2020
Keeley - We are so sorry for this terrible loss. You and Calvin are in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Margaret Ann Thomas on June 5, 2020
Our Family Will Miss YouForever, Rest In Peace!!

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Posted by Janeen White on June 17, 2020
My Deepest Condolences. Keeley it has been a some time since we have seen each other, however my heart goes out to you and your family for your loss. I met "Charlie" when he was about 4 yrs old and I remember him as being a sweet friendly boy. We had some good times at the cookouts and the work events. Keep all the precious memories close and I pray for strength for you and your family. RIH!
Posted by Candy Smiley on June 17, 2020
Keely- I was just notified by Becky about this. i am so sorry to hear this. My heart goes out to you and Calvin. Mom sends her love and prayers also. i will keep you and the rest of the family in my thoughts and prayers.... My GOD wrap his arms around you and comfort you through your days ahead!
Posted by Keisha Ceasar on June 7, 2020
Keeley - My experience with Charlie was during our team building event at Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park. We had a great time, and like his crazy, cool parents, Charlie was just as cool and crazy! I am praying for peace and solace for you and Calvin. I am so sorry for your loss and may God Bless the family. 
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Charles Lamar Keeve

You May View the Live Visitation for Charles on Sunday June 7, 2020 beginning 12:00 noon. Please copy and paste this link into your Browser - https://youtu.be/WMSClZd7hlw

Charles Lamar Keeve was born on August 16, 1991 to Keeley Windsor-Lee
and Charles Keeve at Greater Southeast Hospital in Washington, D.C.  Charles graduated from La Plata High School while living in LaPlata with his loving parents Calvin Lee and Keeley Windsor-Lee.  In high school, he excelled in a wide variety of sports.  Even though Football was his passion excelling in all sports was his ultimate goal. He received multiple awards and trophies for his accomplishments.   Charles lived his life to the fullest and did not just touch people’s  hearts, he pierced it. Charles viewed the world from inside out, your appearance meant nothing to him when he saw your heart and he would show you his. To his friends and family you always knew he was there, with his “I got you” attitude.  Charles is preceded in death by his father Charles “Pee Wee” Keeve, his grandparents Ann Elaine Proctor and William David Windsor, Stanley and Alice Keeve and Calvin Lee Sr. and his sister Titiana Lee.  Charles is survived by his loving parents Calvin and Keeley Lee, his half-brother Brandon Watkins, his sister Tiffany Griffin, his grandfather Joseph “Joe” Proctor, his grandmother Helen Gilbert and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins who will miss him dearly.
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A childhood Memory

Shared by Tierra Faulcon on June 5, 2020
I remember when Keeley and Charlie moved to Chesapeake. They lived in an apartment in Cambridge about ten minutes from our house. I was really excited because the majority of our family was in Maryland and DC. Keeley and Charlie would come over and sometimes I would hang out over at their house. Charlie use to talk, run, and even walk fast. At times it seemed he was so eager to get his words out you could barely understand him. One day Keeley took us to the ocean front and we rode bikes. To this day I can see him on that little bike. Keeley laughed and said, "Look at his legs Terri!" He was so small, but you couldn't tell him anything on that bicycle. He was pedaling the bike with everything he had. He ended up falling and he cried a little. I remember us stopping and Keeley helping him up. She hugged him and brushed him off and the next thing I knew he was back on the bike pedaling faster than ever. Charlie fell but he got back up. Over the years, life gets busy and you may not see your loved ones as much but you still love them dearly. Keeley and Calvin, words can't describe this loss and the emotions we all are feeling but I can tell you because of your unwavering love Charlie was amazing and taught us to cherish the moments, live life to the fullest, and get back up when you fall.