Keith Carberry Death, Obituary – It is with the deepest regret that we have to inform you of the passing of our brother Keith, who went away not too long ago. His passing came about not too long ago. He passed away not too long ago. It hasn’t been all that long since he passed away. When he suddenly passed out, he had just done a 10-mile run with his pals, and after that, he never regained consciousness again. The run was the last thing he remembers before passing out. The run was the last thing he performed before dropping out and becoming unconscious.
Nobody ever discovered him in a condition in which he was still alive, and nobody ever will find him in a situation in which he is still alive. He had only 58 years of life left to live when the terrible event that ultimately led to his demise occurred. This event finally ended in his passing. No matter what he was doing at the time, whether it was searching for gold in a creek in Western Massachusetts or cooking a world-famous turducken for a holiday meal, Keith always gave everything he had to whatever he was doing at the time.
This was true whether he was looking for gold in a stream in Western Massachusetts or preparing a turducken for a holiday meal. Both of these endeavors required him to be very patient and methodical. It didn’t make the tiniest bit of a difference to him whether he was seeking to uncover gold in a creek in Western Massachusetts or if he was preparing a turducken for a holiday meal. He performed both with the same level of focus and determination. In either case, he exhibited a level of undivided attention to the activity at hand.
The enthusiasm with which Keith approached each endeavor shone through in every one of those endeavors he undertook. We ask that you remember everyone in our extended family in your thoughts and prayers as we go through this difficult time. Thank you. We are grateful that you are giving this request some thought. We are grateful. We are appreciative of the fact that you are giving consideration to this request. We are grateful.