James Allen Keith, Jr.

November 12, 1958 - September 19, 2019

James Allen Keith, Jr.

November 12, 1958 - September 19, 2019


James Keith, 60, of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away on 9/19/2019. Due to the unexpectedness ofhis passing a life celebration is being planned for family and friends to be held at a later datethis year.Jim was born on November 12, 1958 in Hazelcrest, IL. Where his love for the Chicago Bearsbegan. He was a devout fan of both the Bears and the Cowboys, enduring many seasons ofdowns and a few ups. He was a proud and loving husband, father and grandpa. He wasrenowned for his cooking and baking skills and truly enjoyed feeding everyone around him. Hewas a phenomenally creative and skilled painter. He was a brilliantly talented musician,mastering, guitar, harmonica, singing and song-writing. He truly came to life on stage. In hisdown time he could be found reeling in some fish.Loved ones that cleared the path for Jim are his father James, his mother, Joan, and hisgrandparents. Loved ones that will miss Jim until they meet again are his wife Carla Keith, hisdaughters Cara Keith and Kathy Ward, and his grandchildren Kaila, Rylie and Beckham Wardand his best friend Taz.

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2 responses to James Allen Keith, Jr.

  1. Bobbie Wood says:

    James was a good friend and a great help to me. We had different styles but a mutial love of music. I will miss him . My lil buddy

  2. Carla, Cara and Kathy, it has taken awhile for me to respond to Jim's passing, but please know you have been in my prayers. I still have not been able to grasp "Little Jimmy" has left us and I am certain you have not either. Having Jim as my cousin was our life plan; having him as my friend was God's plan. We were all blessed to have him in our lives. I don't have to tell you how much you three lovely ladies meant to Jim. He loved you more than any husband or father could. He was proud of you, and through all of his ups and downs, when we spoke you three women and his grandkids were the first things he mentioned. I will truly miss him, his cooking, sharing our childhood stories and the light that was my little cousin. Bless you, Jimmy, and know you will always be in my heart. Give our parents and grandparents hugs from me and know I love you.

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