1942 Keith 2012

Keith Glenn Music Sr.

March 29, 1942 — October 28, 2012

*** Click weblink above to view video tribute *** Keith G. Music, age 70 of Gillette WY, died Sunday October 28th, 2012 at the Wyoming Medical Center, in Casper, Wyoming. Services will be held 11 am Saturday November 3rd, 2012 at the First Presbyterian Church in Gillette WY, with Pastor George Moore officiating. Visitation will be held 5 to 7 pm Friday at Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche, and one hour prior to the service at the church. Friday night at 6pm there will be a public prayer service at the funeral home. Interment will take place in the Mount Pisgah Cemetery, in Gillette with Military Honors provided. Keith Glenn Music was born March 29, 1942 in Denver, CO. He was the son of Lonnie and Clara (Schichting) Music. Keith attended school in Gillette then continued his education at a heavy equipment school in Idaho. He worked for Powder River County in Montana. Keith served in the U.S. Army National Guard from 1960 to 1963. He was raised on a ranch north of Recluse, off the Olmstead Road. He ran the family ranch for years, and eventually leased the ranch and finally sold it to Bill and Myra Reno, so that he could follow his dream of driving over the road in his truck. In 1995, Keith went to Sturgis SD for a night out with his buddies and he had a few too many. This is when he had his first encounter with his future bride, Sharon. Needless to say, two years later, Keith found his way back to Sharon and they began their “happily ever after”. From 2007 to 2010, Keith and Sharon traveled to Beaver Dam, AZ where many Campbell County residents made their second home. Keith decided he would beautify the desert, planting trees and rose bushes. Neighbors called him the gardener. He enjoyed taking part in block parties, 4 wheeling, gambling on the penny machines, and Sunday breakfast at the Eureka Casino. Keith hit a $100 jackpot on the penny machine one time, and to him was like winning the lottery. Labor Day weekend at the age of 70, Keith decided to go tubing at Keyhole. He had never been pulled on a tube behind a boat before. For Keith, many of those fun adventures did not begin until his golden years. In the summer months he loved camping in the Big Horn Mountains, 4 wheeling, and fishing. Keith is survived by his best friend and wife, Sharon Music of Gillette; step-sons, Lyman (Chryl) Sexton of Gillette WY, Jamie (Trudy) Sexton of Belle Fourche; daughter, Bonnie Music; 8 grandchildren, Levi, Kelsi, Bryce, Anthony, Melissa, Jacob, Jamie, and Abgail; niece, Ethal Lee Cunningham of Dolan Springs, AZ; and step-grandsons, Jeremy and Robert. He is also survived by Tiffany Sexton, of Gillette WY. Keith was preceded in death by his parents; son, Keith Jr., sister, Ameoretta; and mother-in-law, Ileen Anders. Date of Birth March 29, 1942 – Denver, Colorado Date of Death October 28, 2012 – Casper, Wyoming Funeral Service 11:00 A.M. – Saturday – November 3rd, 2012 First Presbyterian Church Gillette, Wyoming OfficiantPastor George Moore Special Music “How Great Thou Art”, “Amazing Grace” “You’ll be There” Pam Miles, soloist – Diana Rutz, pianist Honorary Casketbearers Donnie Brown             Duane Butcher             Arzy Crystal Ed Delaney                    John Groves            Paul Hendricks Neal Hughes                 Greg Johnson          Duane Newton            Billy Oedekoven              Jay Salzer               Dewey Saxton              Bob Tarver             Claude Voiles All of Keith’s Grandchildren Active Casketbearers                 Jason Erwin             Dick Oedekoven Fred Oedekoven                                           Jason Oedekoven  Paul Oedekoven                                         Roger Oedekoven Interment Mt. Pisgah Cemetery – Gillette, Wyoming Military Honors by: American Legion Drill Team
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