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In Loving Memory of Keith William Price


REMEMBERING

Keith William Price age 55 passed away on May 23, 2022, at Valley Medical Center in Renton

Washington.

Keith Price’s extraordinary life began with the union of Milton V. Price and Bernice K. Price

who proceeded him in death. He was born and raised in Washington state. Keith was dedicated to his family and was their sixth child born on February 18th, 1967 in Seattle.

He attended St. Joseph Elementary school and graduated high school at O’Dea High School.

Keith attended San Jose State College in San Jose California where he majored in Business

Administration. Keith was active in sports, enjoyed fishing, and cooking, and was an avid cyclist

taking long rides every weekend.

Keith was kind, well known, and loved by everyone in the Seattle community. He lived by the

words ‘Never be unkind to People’. Keith’s voice was golden and he had two favorite songs

‘You are so Beautiful’ and Boys to Men ‘How can I say Goodbye’ which he sang to anyone

anytime to make them feel special. To those who knew him best, he leaves a legacy of ‘Love

and Humility’.

Keith leaves behind to cherish his memory two sisters Antoinette S. Price (Sacramento),

Vernette Price (Atlanta) and three brothers Eric B. Price, Justin H. Price, Marcus E. Price that

reside in Seattle. He has a host of nieces and nephews which include: Jovan Price, Domonique

Price, Erin Price-Dickson, Alexandra Morton, Jason Price, Morgan Price, Tyler Price and

Demetrius Price.

Great niece and nephew: Amia Price and Sage Price. Keith has an extensive list of friends,

family members, and loved ones.

The Home Going Service for Keith W. Price will be on Monday, June 6th, 2022, at 11:AM at First A.M.E. Church 1522 14th Ave. Seattle WA 98122, available to view on Facebook Live on the First A.M.E. Church website at www.fameseattle.org. Go to the Facebook tab and click ‘Live’. God Bless.



4 Comments


I have fond memories of Keith as a classmate at St. Joes and at O'Dea High School; he was well liked by everyone, not surprising, as he had a fun loving jokester personality. I last saw him at our 10 year high school reunion, and it was nice to catch up with him. Old friends and classmates like Keith will always feel like brothers, and we've lost a good one.

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A wonderful man who I enjoyed my formative high school years with. A great reminder that life is short and we should enjoy the journey. Thanks for being a part of mine Keith. You will be remembered fondly.

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May he RIP. Prayers going out to the family. So sorry for your loss. God needed another angel.

Metre Long

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What a great picture, it captures his smile. I enjoyed my St Joseph and O’Dea years as a classmate and friend of Keith. Because our names are close alphabetically, my desk was often near his, so I enjoyed a front-row seat to the funniest and most animated guy in school. I always thought he would go on to do stage comedy, as he did it with ease and confidence. He loved sharing a loud laugh.


I last saw him about 15 years ago (at Jillian’s I think) and we laughed for about an hour before remembering that we were both paying for pool tables we weren’t using. It was so fun to catch up …I reminded him of the time…

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