Keith Stabeck 1956 — 2018

Keith Stabeck

It is with extreme hurt and sadness that we announce the passing of a beautiful man, partner, father, brother, uncle, cousin, nephew and friend, Keith Stabeck. Keith was  born on August 22, 1956 in Red Deer Alberta. He grew up in Kamloops BC, graduated from Norkam Senior Secondary school in 1974 and started his adult working career working for Simpson Sears Canada in Kamloops delivering furniture. He then worked for the Kamloops Oil Refinery (Esso), Transmountain Pipeline and the Raleigh Water District. Something everyone will remember about Keith and we were all endeared to it, was that “spring” in his step and that infectious smile on his face at work, at home and at play. He always wanted to do his very best in life with his family and friends and coworkers and he showed it. He will be remembered dearly as a gentle, kind, humble, approachable, humourous and solidly the most generous spirit you could ever meet. His interests included the outdoors, camping, sledding, ATVs and of course having a “Bud” and some laughs with his friends and family. He leaves behind to mourn his passing, his partner in life Wendy (Turner), children, Brad and Sarina, brothers, Barry (Lorna) and Gavin (Sarina) and his loving extended family. He was predeceased by his parents Ovar and Dorothy Stabeck. A Celebration of this man’s wonderful life will occur at 547 Lynwood Avenue in Kamloops BC on September 15th between 1 and 4 pm for family and friends to reunite and remember the Keith we all knew and loved. In lieu of flowers the family kindly requests a donation be made to the Canadian Mental Health Association. (CMHA).

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2 Tributes

  1. Bev Milne
    Posted September 9, 2018 at 9:31 am | Permalink

    Keith left us with such wonderful memories. We will never forget our times with he and his love, Wendy, in Falkland. Thank you Keith, for loving her so much and bringing so much to all of our lives. We will miss you my friend, love Tuna and Bev

  2. Janet Payne
    Posted September 10, 2018 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

    We worked with Keith at the Rayleigh Waterworks, he was a wonderful guy to work with, always upbeat. Willing to help out where ever he could. We are so sorry for your loss. Ron Halicki & Janet Payne

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